Capilano University introduces new Business Affairs program for Indigenous film producers

The Filmmakers in Indigenous Leadership and Management Business Affairs program, offered through the University’s Continuing Studies department, is currently accepting applicants for its first cohort that begins on May 15, 2021.

  • Apr 21

CapU COVID-19 response: From now through May 25, 2021

Educational institutions—including public post secondary institutions—fall under non-health essential services. The majority of our programs are currently delivered remotely. However, if you were already traveling to a CapU campus or location for school or work, our understanding is that students and employees can continue to do so under the current restrictions.

  • Apr 20

Capilano University honours extraordinary alumni change makers

Capilano University invites the community to the Alumni Awards of Excellence on April 15th where they will honour singer-songwriter David Vertesi, sustainable development leader Juvarya Veltkamp, DJ and Squamish Nation Councillor Orene Askew, paralegal Michèle Ross, and author and speaker Sean Aitken.

  • Apr 13

Message from Capilano University President Paul Dangerfield on the passing of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

I offer my condolences on the passing of The Duke of Edinburgh. Over the course of his long life, many Canadian community organizations, youth causes and individuals working to protect the environment garnered The Duke’s recognition and respect. In this way, he helped to raise awareness and support for a long list of endeavours that we care deeply about as Canadians.

  • Apr 9

Response: Our Land Narrative exhibit opens at The Polygon Gallery

Capilano University invites the community to Response: Our Land Narrative running at The Polygon Gallery, April 7 to 17, 2021. An online presentation 6:30 p.m. on April 8, 2021, hosted by with filmmakers Jules Arita Koostachin and CapU's Doreen Manuel, will feature a conversation with the artists: Register to attend.

  • Apr 6

Touched by tragedy in Lynn Valley

Our community has been touched by the tragic events in Lynn Valley on Saturday afternoon. The hurt and sadness that we feel now has come home to us all in different ways. Should you require support at this difficult time, counselling services are available to students and CapU employees and their immediate family members.

  • Mar 29

Virtual public meeting for proposed student housing development on main campus

North Shore residents are invited to a virtual public meeting to learn about, and provide input on, Capilano University’s proposed student housing project on main campus. the meeting runs online April 7-21, 2021.

  • Mar 24

New Capilano University and Fleming College agreement allows diploma graduates to complete a degree in tourism management

Capilano University and Fleming College announce a new agreement that allows Tourism and Hospitality diploma graduates from Fleming College to continue their education and complete a Bachelor of Tourism Management degree at CapU. This agreement, which came into effect on Mar. 1, opens a new pathway for both current students and recent graduates of Fleming College. The block transfer agreement applies to graduates of Fleming’s Ontario College Diploma in Tourism -Global Travel and Ontario College

  • Mar 19

Commemorating the National Day of Observance for COVID-19

As Canadians, we were called to step up while stepping apart. Today, on the National Day of Observance for COVID-19, I invite our University community to join me in taking time at some point today to remember those who have lost much loved family members, friends and acquaintances to this terrible virus.

  • Mar 11

Return to campus in fall 2021

Capilano University has started initial planning to welcome students back and see maximum in-person classes and activities on campuses and learning locations in September 2021. On March 8, 2021, Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry advised that B.C. public post-secondary institutions can plan for a return to on-campus activities in fall 2021, stating that it is imperative to get back on campus for everyone’s health and well-being.

  • Mar 9