Campus Safety Video
Walk through the new safety measures on campus this year in this video with CSU President Emily Bridge.
Most courses and programs are delivered remotely (web-based/online) to align with the current COVID-19 health and safety guidelines.
A limited number of courses will be offered in-person on campus or at a specific learning site, by mixed modes of remote and in-person instruction or off-site in the community. Most exams will also be conducted remotely this term.
The delivery mode of each course is identified for students when registering for courses. Our Academic Advising staff are available to support students with registration and course selection.
Find what you need to know to register for CapU courses at How to register.
Educational Technology Tools
Delivery of courses will be offered online through the following web-based tools:
- eLearn (our Learning Management System)
- WebEx (video conferencing)
- Microsoft Teams (video conferencing)
- Kaltura (video creation and streaming)
Students have access to Microsoft Office 365. This platform includes Word, Excel, OneDrive (cloud file storage), Teams, Outlook and more. You can access all of these applications through the Office 365 portal.
Students will need access to a computer, laptop or tablet and reliable Wi-Fi.
Get help when you need it. The University's academic support services and tools have moved to virtual delivery in response to COVID-19.
Connect with others at CapU. Our student services are assisting students remotely and helping to build a virtual student community.
Secure Wi-Fi for Students on Campus
IT Services has added a new secure Wi-Fi Network for students. CapU-Student is live and available at all campuses and locations. It allows students on campus access to University resources on laptops, phones and tablets. Students can connect using their CapilanoU username and password.
More information is found on the IT Services website.
Any new student ID cards created this year will be photo-less cards. Your CapCard will be mailed to your home address.
There is a variety of financial aid tools for students, including new options introduced by the University and the federal and provincial governments in response to financial challenges related to COVID-19.
Our financial aid & awards advisors can guide you towards the financial assistance available to you.
Access the COVID-19 self-assessment survey, information on COVID-19 and where to find the latest information for residents of British Columbia at Health Resources.