Standing alongside the Iranian community

Capilano University stands united with the Iranian community—a community with strong ties to the University and the North Shore where our campuses are located. Our hearts are with all who have personal connections to this situation.  

  • Sep 29

Capilano University celebrates groundbreaking of the Centre for Childhood Studies

Marking a new step in its evolution, Capilano University celebrates the groundbreaking for the Centre for Childhood Studies, a new, integrated research centre and childcare centre, and home for the School of Education and Childhood Studies.

  • Sep 22

Message from Capilano University President Paul Dangerfield on the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Today, Capilano University joins others around the world in mourning the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and we offer our condolences and sympathies to all members of the royal family in this time of loss and sadness.

  • Sep 8

COVID-19: Your Top Three Questions Answered

You asked the question, we have the answer. CapU answers the top three questions in January 2022

  • Sep 1

Capilano University announces new Associate Vice President, Creative Activity, Research and Scholarship & Graduate Studies

CapU is pleased to share that Dawn Whitworth has been promoted to the newly created role of associate vice-president, creative activity, research and scholarship (CARS) & graduate studies.

  • Sep 1

Creating a healthy campus this fall

As we prepare for the Fall 2022 term, here are some reminders for students and employees as we return to our campuses and learning locations.

  • Aug 30

Capilano University’s Board of Governors welcomes three new board members

Capilano University is pleased to announce the appointment of Sophia Kara, Sarah Thomas and Troy Abromaitis to its Board of Governors.  

  • Aug 25

CapU message on the Scarborough Charter

Reflecting on the Scarborough Charter

  • Aug 12

In memoriam: Douglas Jardine, past president of Capilano College

The Capilano University community recognizes the passing of Douglas Kennedy Jardine, former president of Capilano College. Jardine was dean of academic studies at Capilano College. He later served as acting principal from 1976 to 1977 and president from 1985 to 1995.

  • Aug 9

August 9 - Partial campus closure

South half of main campus closed due to water main repair

  • Aug 8