Capilano University’s Board of Governors welcomes new board members

Capilano University welcomes the insight and contributions Lois Vader, Sonny Wong and Oscar Blue will bring to the University's Board of Governors.

  • Oct 20

Capilano University names 2020 Honorary Degree recipients

The University is pleased to announce its 2020 honorary degree recipients are Indigenous artist and cultural leader Susan Point, and philanthropist and business leader Derek Lee. Capilano University recognizes honorary degree recipients for their profound commitment to their fields of expertise in acknowledgement that the field and their contribution is meaningful to Capilano University.

  • Oct 19

Plans for the Spring 2021 Term

Capilano University updates students and employees on the plans for course delivery in Spring 2021 in our continued response to COVID-19.

  • Oct 7

Capilano University announces new Bachelor of Kinesiology degree

Beginning in fall 2021, Capilano University’s School of Human Kinetics will become the School of Kinesiology and will offer both a degree and diploma in Kinesiology. This replaces the University’s current two-year diploma in Human Kinetics and provides increased learning opportunities for current and future students.

  • Oct 7

Capilano University welcomes new Vice President of Finance & Administration

Capilano University President Paul Dangerfield welcomes Debbie Carter to the role of Vice President, Finance and Administration

  • Oct 1

Join CapU in recognizing Orange Shirt Day

On September 30, wherever you are studying or working, Capilano University encourages all members of the university community to wear an orange shirt to remember and honour residential school survivors and their families.

  • Sep 29

Capilano University awarded $450,000 in funding from TD Bank Group for the Indigenous Digital Accelerator program

Capilano University announces it is the recipient of a $450,000 donation from TD Bank Group to develop and strengthen the University’s Indigenous Digital Accelerator (IDA) program. The IDA program bridges gaps in digital skills and business training to help Indigenous entrepreneurs break through barriers and succeed in the tech, digital-creative and cultural sectors. Fostering successful Indigenous-led businesses leads to vibrant and healthy Indigenous communities.

  • Sep 28

CapU Campus Housing Update

Capilano University continues to explore the potential for a student housing development located at the north end of its main campus adjacent to Tantalus Road.

  • Sep 18

Follow Capsule, CapU's digital magazine, on Instagram

Capilano University has launched Capsule, our new digital magazine. Capsule is the work of CapU’s marketing and digital experience team. We are a collective of diverse talents (including brand strategy, social media, design, writing, to name a few) but one common thread that unites us is our love of storytelling.

  • Sep 15

Capilano University names Jenny Penberthy faculty emeritus

Capilano University confers the title of Faculty Emeritus on longtime instructor Jenny Penberthy. Penberthy was a respected faculty member at the University who taught in the English department for 24 years, and was deeply engaged in supporting the Capilano University community.

  • Sep 15