CAPUMA team head to finals

Pauntehah Poursaba couldn't believe it when she received a phone call from the American Marketing Association last Friday letting her know the case competition team from Capilano University is a finalist in the American Marketing Association's 39th International Collegiate Conference, in New Orleans, March 16 to 18, 2017.

  • Jan 26

Jumping into entrepreneurship with both feet

Capilano University Business and IDEA graduates collaborate on a new business that takes weatherproof gear to the next level.

  • Jan 12

Wandering mind leads to an honorary degree

As a boy, Mario Hardys wandering mind made school a challenge. More

  • Jun 27

Greg Quan hits high note with Magee choir

Capilano University awarded six outstanding alumni, employees and partners with 2016 Alumni Awards of Excellence on June 21, 2016.

  • Jun 22

Shum is king of the animation jungle

Benson Shum first heard about Capilano Universitys 2D Animation diploma on television.

  • Jun 20

Capilano University awards six distinguished individuals with Alumni Awards of Excellence

The 2016 Alumni Awards of Excellence takes place on June 21 at North Vancouver's Pinnacle Hotel.

  • Jun 15

Chancellor David Fung keeps on learning

David Fung's mother wanted him to be an architect. But Fung couldn't draw. He dreamt of building bridges, so he studied engineering instead. But rather than focusing on civil engineering, he studied chemical engineering and became a scientist and inventor early in his career.

  • Jun 6

Sunshine Coast campus gets new name

"Beautiful," is how shíshálh Nation elder Anne Quinn described her Nation's act of naming Capilano University's Sechelt campus.

  • May 31

Sharing Canada with the world

Capilano University graduate Jiliane Courteau is amazed by how her life has changed in one year. Last spring, Courteau was preparing for a summer co-op placement role in...

  • May 9

Capilano University welcomes new associate vice-president, student success

Capilano University is pleased to announce that Cyndi Banks, PhD, will join the University as the associate vice-president, student success.

  • May 5