Maintaining a Connection to Athletics History
After consulting the community, Selkirk College is sticking with its team name while embarking on a new era with an exciting new logo that pays tribute to the incredible mountain surroundings of the West Kootenay and Boundary region.—June 17, 2019
Cementing a Strategic Roadmap for the Future
After gathering valued input from the community and hundreds of hours of work by an eclectic team of employees, the new Selkirk College strategic plan has been released provides a blueprint for quality post-secondary education in the region.—June 10, 2019
Recognizing Dedication Among Selkirk Employees
The spring time tradition of honouring employee contribution at the Employee Recognition and Retirement Dinner took place recently on the Castlegar Campus. Hosted by the Selkirk College Human Resources Department on May 23, this year’s annual dinner celebrated a sense of togetherness fostered on campus.—May 29, 2019
Selkirk College Responds to Need in Tech Sector
Starting this September, learners looking to advance their knowledge and skills can be part of the first cohort of the new Web Development Program. Based out of Nelson's Tenth Street Campus, the program sets graduates up for success in the booming tech sector.—May 16, 2019
Pride-Filled Moment for Rural Pre-Medicine Grads
The Rural Pre-Medicine Program graduated its third cohort in the spring with eight students completing a vital step in their educational journey. From a diverse background, the students got together with their supporters just prior to graduation to celebrate the achievement.—May 10, 2019
We Are the Coolest Campus in BC
During the heart of winter, students and staff at Selkirk College took on the challenge to take personal steps towards lowering energy use. The results from the BC Cool Campus Challenge are in and the college has emerged as a leader in sustainability efforts.—March 14, 2019
Bursaries Provide Optimism in the Face of Challenge
Each academic year, Selkirk College awards almost $200,000 in bursaries to students from a variety of programs who face financial challenges while pursuing a post-secondary education. The stories of what it takes to persevere and succeed is truly inspiring. This is one of those stories.—February 5, 2019
Project Aurora Takes Team Effort
With the arrival of 2019, Project Aurora will continue to be a priority project at Selkirk College as the transition into the enterprise-wide change to our core support systems and business processes moves forward. It’s truly a college-wide project that will have a positive impact on all staff and students.—January 14, 2019