Selkirk College - Diploma
Selkirk College was Founded in 1966 as the first regional community college in British Columbia. Selkirk College is also home to over 311 international students, from 26 countries, studying in 25 program areas and 127 Aboriginal learners study in more than 30 program areas. Selkirk College also offers transfer courses that enable students to transfer to a university to pursue their degree. The college is located in a world-class outdoor setting that provides incredible recreational opportunities for students in both their studies and leisure time.
Students at Selkirk College may partake in a variety of recreational activities in the West Kootenay and Boundary regions and can participate in one of the many student activities and events offered through the Selkirk Students' Union. Selkirk College offers students, staff and the community modern fitness facilities, dance classes, yoga, archery, basketball, volleyball and martial arts. The Selkirk College Saints men's hockey team has competed in the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League since 2007. The Teaching and Learning Institute (TLI) at Selkirk College supports the development of teaching excellence and the creation of relevant and inspiring learning environments and experiences in the West Kootenay/Boundary Region.