The excitement of settling into the 2021-2022 academic year also brings questions as we continue through these unusual times. To help get answers about what is in place and what is to come, President Angus Graeme and members of the Leadership Team will host a virtual townhall on September 23, 2021.
A fresh space on Selkirk College’s Castlegar Campus welcomes students from diverse cultural backgrounds to join together in dialogue, knowledge and understanding. During the first full week of classes, students, faculty and staff joined together with Elders to officially open the college’s first Indigenous classroom.
The annual New Employee Welcome was held on September 2 with all the fresh faces on Selkirk College campuses and centres getting together. Pushed onto Zoom due to the Interior Health restrictions on public gatherings, it was a day to learn more about life at Selkirk College.
It’s the start of a semester like no other before as Selkirk College embarks on the return of more vibrant in-person learning and activity. With continued pandemic uncertainty a reminder that a return to “normal” is not possible, the team in the Human Resources Department are ready to chat.