Capilano University receives $16,000 from G3 Terminal Vancouver to support students through new bursaries and entrance grants
Capilano University is pleased to announce it has received $16,000 from G3 Terminal Vancouver in North Vancouver to support students with funding to pursue their education. The gift includes $10,000 to create a new entrance grant for Indigenous students enrolled in the University One preparatory program for university studies, and $6,000 to establish a new bursary open to any CapU student experiencing financial need.
- Mar 4
Summer 2021 term courses and services will continue in adapted modes of delivery. Beginning with Summer session I on May 10, 2021, most courses and programs will be provided online, with certain courses offered in-person and others as a combination of in-person and online modes.
- Mar 3
Capilano University's CapU Lonsdale location on North Vancouver’s waterfront, has received an Award of Excellence from the international Architectural Wood Institute. The design of CapU Lonsdale was inspired by the natural environment surrounding the University’s main campus and the history of The Shipyards building in Lower Lonsdale.
- Feb 26
Capilano University is named as one of BC's Top Employers for a third year. The University is extremely honoured to be recognized as one of the best workplaces in British Columbia in a year where employers have faced uncharted challenges.
- Feb 17
Capilano University receives accreditation renewal from Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
Capilano University has received notice its accreditation as a member of the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) has been renewed following the University’s fall 2020 Evaluation of Institutional Effectiveness.
- Feb 17
Crux, a film by Capilano University student Zac Hoffman, follows Harvey, a recovering addict who uses rock climbing to work through his ongoing struggle with mental health. Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival has named Zac Hoffman’s movie as “Best Canadian Film” at the festival, which runs online from February 19-28, 2021.
- Feb 12
Research by CapU Biology instructor Tom Flower, PhD, demonstrates that crows, known for their cunning ability to rob eggs and chicks from the nests of other birds, can be trained out of their predatory ways
- Feb 10
CapU's Robert (Bob) Muckle is the lead author of the recently published textbook Introducing Archaeology. Muckle is Archeology instructor at CapU. He has a research interest in the archeology of Japanese sites in North America.
- Feb 9
Winter weather has arrived in the Lower Mainland. In the event that CapU’s facilities close due to inclement weather we will remain operational with classes and services delivered online. For students attending in-person classes, your instructor(s) will advise you of alternate plans for the day(s). If you have any questions, please check with your instructor directly and review our winter weather procedures.
- Jan 28
Welcome to Spring 2021 term at Capilano University. This information on the University's COVID-19 response will help you navigate campus life.
- Jan 9
Two Capilano University students are among the winners. Neelam Batra-Verma and María José peña peña join students from Harvard University, Carnegie Mellon and Penn State University in receiving the Long Story Short Award 2020.
- Jan 6
Latest updates from Capilano University in response to COVID-19.
- Jul 22