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New Holland College and Capilano University pathway agreement allows diploma graduates to complete a business degree

Holland College and Capilano University (CapU) have signed a degree pathway agreement that gives graduates from the college’s Business Administration, Marketing and Advertising Management, and Small Business Management programs the opportunity to receive credit for their Holland College credentials when they continue their studies at the North Vancouver university.

  • Mar 7

Uniting for Ukraine

In recent days, the world has watched as the Russian government escalates its invasion of Ukraine. We join the international community’s calls for de-escalation and an immediate resolution to the conflict. Our hearts are with all who are directly in harm’s way as a result, and we remain hopeful for the return of peace.

  • Mar 4

Joint statement on Black History Month: We commit to Black inclusion and flourishing

Capilano University, the Capilano Students’ Union (CSU), the Capilano Faculty Association (CFA), and the Movement of United Professionals (MoveUP) have issued a joint statement on the occasion of Black History Month

  • Feb 28

Distribution of COVID-19 Rapid Test Kits for Students and Employees

Capilano University has received a shipment of rapid antigen test kits as an optional, time-limited initiative for the use of symptomatic employees and students. Starting Tuesday, February 22, students and employees studying or working in-person on our campuses and learning locations and living at CapU Student Housing, are eligible to pick up one package of testing kits, containing five rapid antigen tests.

  • Feb 22

How courageous conversations can help bring back civil discourse

Capilano University together with co-researchers from Vancouver Community College and the Mir Centre for Peace at Selkirk College, is participating in a three-year, federally funded study that aims to create tools and strategies for people who want to to address polarization by holding space for “courageous dialogues” about topics that are becoming increasingly difficult to discuss in constructive ways.

  • Feb 17

Award winning film by CapU grads demonstrates value of inclusive communication through Nigel Howard's story

Nigel Howard has become an internationally recognized communicator for bringing dynamic emphasis to COVID-19 media briefings. Howard is now also the subject of an award-winning documentary film by Capilano University graduates.

  • Feb 15

Capilano University Welcomes Christina Neigel as University Librarian

Capilano University is pleased to announce Christina Neigel, EdD, has joined CapU as the new University Librarian. As part of the University’s senior leadership, the University Librarian leads the academic planning and development of the library and related academic learning services and supports.

  • Feb 9

Capilano University named one of B.C.’s Top Employers for 2022

Capilano University is pleased to announce it is again named as one of BC's Top Employers for a fourth year. The University is proud to be recognized as one of the best workplaces in British Columbia.

  • Feb 8

Capilano University Welcomes Kartik Bharadwa as Vice President, People, Culture & Diversity

Capilano University is pleased to announce that Kartik Bharadwa, MBA, has joined the University as vice president, people, culture & diversity. Guided by the University’s Envisioning 2030 plan, Bharadwa will pay a key role in the University meeting the goal of instilling a culture of equity, diversity and inclusion throughout all university operations and outreach.

  • Jan 26

CapU returns to planned Spring term in-person learning on January 31, 2022

Capilano University will return to its originally planned Spring term in-person learning and teaching schedule of classes and academic activities on January 31, 2022, as previously announced in December.

  • Jan 18