Jacksons Hat Trick Powers Cap in Opener

The Capilano University Blues men's soccer team and their leading scorer picked up right where they left off from last season, as Keith Jackson recorded a hat trick to lead the Blues to a 4-1 victory over the Langara College Falcons on Sunday afternoon.

  • Sep 12

Capilano University and Woodbridge Northwest partner for student housing

CapU is pleased to announce that discussions are underway with Woodbridge Northwest to deliver purpose-built, on-campus, student housing.

  • Sep 11

CIE welcomes more than 400 new international students

The weather forecast was in our favour — not too hot, not too cold — perfect for our Fall New International Student Orientation event.

  • Sep 8

Welcome to Capilano U

Whether youre new to Capilano University or returning to continue your studies, welcome to Capilano U! We hope youve had a great summer and look forward to meeting all of you!

  • Sep 5

Chef in Residence prepares to welcome students

CapU Residence students can expect a great dining experience when they arrive at their home away from home on Friday, Sept. 1, 2017. Chef Andrew Chan is getting ready to serve meals that have a home-cooked feel.

  • Aug 31

Christian Steckler: Leaving a Legacy

As Capilano University instructor Christian Steckler retires this year, he's leaving an important legacy.

  • Aug 22

Capilano University introduces University One for Aboriginal Learners

Capilano University is pleased to announce the introduction of University One for Aboriginal Learners. This unique 8-month program will be offered for the first time in the 2017–2018 academic year and is designed for students of Aboriginal, Métis and Inuit ancestry intent on pursuing a post-secondary education.

  • Aug 8

The Honorable Steven Point: An advocate for Aboriginal people

The Honorable Steven Point, a provincial court judge, former lieutenant governor of B.C. and an advocate for Aboriginal rights, is a recipient of a 2017 honorary degree from Capilano University.

  • Jun 23

Amanda Vick is using her voice

Amanda Vick initially found it difficult as an Indigenous student at Capilano University.

  • Jun 20

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