kálax-ay | the Sunshine Coast Campus of Capilano University

At Capilano University's Sunshine Coast campus, our focus is on your success. Classes are small with a high level of interaction with your instructors.

Our applied, career-focused programs prepare you for jobs that are in demand on the Sunshine Coast, while our preparatory and academic courses help you build a solid foundation for a university degree and other credentials.

As a student, you'll have the opportunity to apply the skills and knowledge you're learning through hands-on projects and work practicums in the community.

Explore our campus

Learn more about the Sunshine Coast campus, including where we're located and how to get here as well as answers to frequently asked questions about our programming.

Sunshine Coast programs and courses

Earn credits toward a university degree without leaving the Sunshine Coast.

Community Access to Literacy & Learning (CALL) is a program that is funded through the Community Adult Literacy Programs (MAVED) and housed in the CDO (Community Development and Outreach) Department.

The program is free for learners and has been offered at the kálax-ay Sunshine Coast Campus for more than 20 years. Volunteer community tutors are matched with learners in need of some tutoring in English (conversational, reading, writing) primarily.

Learners meet weekly with their tutors for a minimum of 1.5 hours. The tutors are trained and supported by the program manager and a lending library is housed at the campus.

How to apply

Visit How to Apply and follow the steps to start your application. When you click the Apply Now button, you will be redirected to EducationPlannerBC where you will create an account and apply to the program of your choice at CapU. Be sure to select Sunshine Coast as your campus. The non-refundable application fee is $50.

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