Rick Celebrini: from punk kid to PhD

Rick Celebrini would have never imagined in 1985 when he began playing soccer and studying Arts & Sciences at Capilano then-college that three decades later, he'd receive an honorary doctorate degree from the University.

  • Jun 19

Selina August: A voice for her people

Selina August began her career at Vancouver's office of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, travelling widely to serve the needs of British Columbia's 198 First Nations.

  • Jun 16

From stay-at-home mom to education assistant

You're never too old to go back to school, says Carolynn Browton, a stay-at-home mom who enrolled in the Education Assistant program at kálax-ay the Sunshine Coast Campus of Capilano University at age 48.

  • Jun 16

CapU: Get the inside scoop!

We are hosting a range of info sessions, tours and more to get you set up for success at Capilano University!

  • Jun 14

Sherryl Sewepagaham understands the power of music

She's sung for the Queen and the Dalai Lama and been nominated for a Juno Award. Sherryl Sewepagaham's latest achievement is receiving a Bachelor of Music Therapy degree from Capilano University, June 5, 2017.

  • Jun 9

Three former Blues inducted into CCAA Hall of Fame

Two former Capilano Blues coaches who won multiple national championships and one former player who was a three-time All-Canadian were inducted into the CCAA Hall of Fame on Tuesday night in Abbotsford.

  • Jun 7

Welcome graduands and families

Today and tomorrow we celebrate the achievements of the graduating class of 2017 at Convocation.

  • Jun 5

Chris Van Dyck: Mentoring the next generation of filmmakers

As Vancouver's film industry grows, so does the city's reputation for producing outstanding digital visual effects.

  • Jun 2

Capilano University announces plans to create student residences

Capilano University is pleased to announce that planning and preparations are underway to introduce its first phase of student accommodations.

  • Jun 2

Second-year CapU student has film at Cannes

The work of second-year School of Motion Picture Arts student Malibu Taetz will be showcased at the Cannes Film Festival. More

  • May 17