Operational Updates

Support Transitional Training Students at the Market
Transitional Training students at Selkirk College have been creating beautiful, handmade treats that will be for sale at seasonal craft fair's throughout the Kootenays. —November 15, 2017
Reduce Stress by Taking Financial Care
Financial stress can affect more than your wallet. It's ripple effect can impact health and relationships. Homewood Health offers tips to lower your financial stress in this month's Life Lines newsletter.—November 14, 2017
Safe Needle Disposal Boxes Installed
Selkirk College is continuing our efforts to create a safe environment for all employees and students who come to our institution. In doing so we have recently installed used syringe depository boxes in some of our washrooms. —November 7, 2017
River Arts Symposium
Selkirk College and Emily Carr University are hosting the River Arts Symposium: Reimagining the Columbia Across Borders that brings together artists inspired by the Columbia River for a weekend honouring our waterway on May 11 to 13.—November 2, 2017
Accessibility Services for Students with Disabilities
As some of you may be aware, Disability Services has undergone a name change to Accessibility Services. This more current and inclusive expression of our services has been well received. We want to inform you of other changes to our services in hopes of better serving students.—October 19, 2017
Spotlight on Selkirk College Advancement
Structural changes have been implemented in the Communications & Advancement Department (formally the Marketing Department) to support students through helping to remove barriers to access and assist the college in continuing to build a sustainable future.—October 12, 2017
Mindfulness: Meditation and Everyday Practice
Mindfulness is the maintaining of moment-by-moment consciousness of our though, feelings, bodily sensations, and our relationship and interaction with the surrounding environment. There are many benefits.—October 5, 2017