Fees for Summer 2020 Term

Capilano University fees for the Summer 2020 term are due by April 28, 2020 as stated in the Academic Schedule and Important Dates 2019-2020 (pdf). In keeping with current social distancing practices, fees will only be accepted via online payment or by sending a cheque by mail

  • Apr 7

CapU Theatre Technician 3D Prints Face Shield Parts for Healthcare Workers

CapU Theatre Technician 3D Prints Face Shield Parts for Healthcare Workers - Sparky Lawrence joins COVID-19 response

  • Apr 1

CapU in Photos: March 2020

CapU in Photos is our visual retrospective of campus life, proud moments and special events.

  • Apr 1

Spring 2020 Course Withdrawal Date Extended

As we continue to address impacts caused by the COVID-19 situation, Capilano University has extended the last day to withdraw from a Spring 2020 course to April 14, 2020.

  • Apr 1

CAPUMA chapter wins four awards

CAPUMA chapter wins four awards-Students in the Capilano University Marketing Association (CAPUMA) learned that the group won the Small Chapter of the Year award at the 2020 American Marketing Association International Collegiate Conference in New Orleans, March 12-14, 2020. A delegation of 10 CapU students had planned to attend the conference, but cancelled their travel plans due to COVID-19.

  • Mar 31

Summer Semester to be offered by remote learning methods

Capilano University is making adjustments to our standard course delivery models that may need to continue for some time in response to COVID-19.

  • Mar 26

CapU donates medical supplies to Lions Gate Hospital & Sechelt Hospital in fight against COVID-19

Capilano University has donated supplies to help protect medical professionals in the fight against COVID-19. Two Capilano University programs contributed scores of personal protective equipment to the staff at Lions Gate Hospital in North Vancouver and the Sechelt Hospital Foundation on the Sunshine Coast.

  • Mar 26

Capilano University updates on delivery of student services

Find further updates regarding the delivery of student services.

  • Mar 25

Changes to Service Schedules and Campus Hours During COVID-19

We are continuing to implement precautionary practices to support the health of our community under the current circumstances. This includes shifting to predominantly remote learning and reduced staffing for support services. In relation to this, we have introduced the following changes to our service hours for the foreseeable future.

  • Mar 19

Capilano University resumes academic programs through remote (online) and adapted instructional and service models

Aligned with the expectations of British Columbia's health authorities and the Province of British Columbia's response to COVID-19, Capilano University's teaching and learning model has been adjusted, effective March 18, 2020 to a primarily remote (online) delivery model.

  • Mar 17