We have lots of information and resources for students who’ve applied to CapU or are thinking about applying, their parents and families, and their high school counsellors.

New students

If you’re a student who’s been accepted at CapU or you’re thinking about coming here, learn how we’ll support you in your early days as a CapU student, and throughout your time with us.

Visit New to CapU.

Indigenous students

We’re honoured to live, work and play in the traditional territories of the, Lil’wat, Musqueam, Sechelt (shíshálh), Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations. 

First Nations, Inuit and Métis students are valued at CapU. Learn about the programs and support we offer to Indigenous Students.

International students

If you’re a student from outside of Canada, please visit our International Students pages. You’ll find detailed information about applying, registering, paying, and all the support you’ll receive when you’re studying at Capilano University.

Parents & families

Transitioning to university can be almost as challenging for the parents and families of new students as it is for the student!

Visit Parents & Families to learn how to best support your new student, and sign up for our workshops.

High school counsellors

CapU attends post-secondary recruitment fairs and individual high schools to present our programs and courses and talk about life at CapU.

Find out how we can help you inform your high school students in High School Counsellors.