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

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

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