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CapU students use turbans for rescue effort

Five international students use ingenuity and quick thinking to rescue a man trapped by rushing water.

  • Oct 22

Indigenous film Disappearing Moon launches today

Alum Alum Petie Chalifoux and Micheal Auger, her husband & film making partner, celebrate the release of their latest film Disappearing Moon, made with support from CapU's Indigenous Digital Accelerator program.

  • Oct 20

Minister Anne Kang meets with CapU students to mark Health Care Assistant Day

Capilano University students training to be a Health Care Assistant had the opportunity to speak today with B.C. Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Training today on Health Care Assistant Day.

  • Oct 18

Red Dress Warriors Project

CapU's Red Dress Warriors display recognizes Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. It is on display in the Bosa building, first and second floor, now until October 8.

  • Oct 4

Instructions for declaring your vaccination status

Starting today, Capilano University requires all students and employees to confidentially self-disclose their COVID-19 vaccination status through the CapU Safe App. The declaration process is quick and provides valuable information for our future planning. Responses are due end of day on Friday, October 15, 2021.

  • Oct 4

Vaccine Self-Declaration through CapU Safe

Moving forward in our enhanced safety measures will require students and employees to confidentially self-disclose their COVID-19 vaccination status through the CapU Safe App (accessible through computer or mobile device).

  • Sep 27

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

We encourage CapU students and employees to wear an orange shirt during the week of September 27, and to take the time to participate in the initiatives happening at the University and in your local communities.

  • Sep 27

Capilano University celebrates new UNESCO-designated Howe Sound Biosphere Region with launch of Skw'cháys

Capilano University, as a partner of the Howe Sound Biosphere Region Initiative Society, will launch Skw'cháys (pronounced skwa chaýs), the University’s legacy canoe, in honour of the Átl'ka7tsem/Howe Sound region being designated UNESCO Átl'ka7tsem/Howe Sound Biosphere Region, Canada’s 19th UNESCO biosphere reserve on September 22, 2021 in Squamish, B.C.

  • Sep 20

Capilano Blues varsity athletes earn record setting number students named National Scholars by CCAA

A record setting 37 CapU varsity athletes have been named National Scholars by the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) for their academic achievement in 2020-2021.

  • Sep 17

When and where do I need to wear a mask?

Learn about what is required and what is not for wearing a mask or face covering on campus this fall.

  • Sep 3