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Selkirk College

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 Selkirk College

Selkirk College is a public post-secondary community college in British Columbia, Canada. It is situated in the West Kootenay region.

Selkirk College History

Selkirk College first opened its doors in 1966. Selkirk College offers a comprehensive range of English language, university transfer, and career programs that are tailored to your needs.

Selkirk College Programs, Courses and Schools

Selkirk College has a wide range of programs and courses available through its many schools.

Here is a list of Selkirk College's various schools:

  • School of the Arts
  • School of Academic Upgrading & Development
  • School of Business
  • School of Environment & Geomatics
  • School of Health & Human Services
  • School of Hospitality & Tourism
  • School of Industry & Trades Training
  • Selkirk International
  • School of University Arts & Sciences

Selkirk College Achievements/USP

Selkirk College's USP/Achievements is that the college recognizes and celebrates diversity. The value differences covered by the BC Human Rights Code, such as race, religion, disability, and gender identity, as well as differences that are not protected by the code, such as health status, educational background, and ways of being, knowing, and doing.

Selkirk College Notable Alumni

  • Kiesza 
  • Mitch Merrett
  • Roz Nay

Selkirk College Infrastructure & services

Selkirk College Campuses

Selkirk College is spread out across the West Kootenay and Kootenay Boundary regions, with eight campuses and learning centres. Many facilities are available on campus at Selkirk College, including a library, study centre, cafe, gym, and accommodation.

Selkirk College Libraries

  The Castlegar Campus of Selkirk College has a main library, as well as branch libraries at the Silver King and Tenth Street campuses in Nelson.

The Selkirk College Library offers a variety of materials and services to students, faculty, and the general public.

For more information you can visit here:

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Selkirk College Housing services

   Selkirk College has two student housing buildings where students can live. There are now 209 students living in both buildings. The Castlegar Campus has 100 beds available for students, whereas Nelson's Tenth Street Campus has 109. The start of a new student housing building has been set for 2022. A new building on the Castlegar Campus will give 112 more beds, while a new facility on the Silver King Campus in Nelson will supply 36 new beds.

For more information you can visit here:

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Selkirk College Medical services

   Students at Selkirk College have access to medical services. Health and wellness are promoted and integrated into day-to-day operations, practices, services, and educational programming. Physical and mental health, safety, compassion, acceptance, social justice, and belonging are all included.

For more information you can visit here:

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Selkirk College Students clubs

     Many students clubs are available at Selkirk College; there are many existing clubs, and you can also form your own students clubs based on your own interests.

The following is a list of some Selkirk College student clubs:

  • Environment club
  • Bouldering Club
  • Basketball club
  • X-Country Running Club
  • Archery Club
  • Business and Accounting Club
  • Outdoors Club
  • Padding Club
  • Conversation Club

 Selkirk College Location

  Selkirk College, 

 820 Tenth Street, 

 Nelson BC V1L 3C7

Selkirk College different campuses locations

   Selkirk College is spread out across the West Kootenay and Kootenay Boundary districts, with multiple campuses and study centers.

The following are the locations of the Selkirk College campuses:

  • Castlegar Campus
  • Grand Forks Campus
  • Kaslo Learning Centre
  • Nakusp Learning Centre
  • Silver King Campus
  • Tenth Street campus 
  • Trail Campus
  • Victoria Street Campus

Selkirk College top landmarks nearby, top companies, airports nearby

  Winnipeg (YWG) Airport is the nearest airport to Selkirk College, at a distance of 36.6 kilometres.

Selkirk College International student’s info

Selkirk College courses offered

  • Biochemistry
  • Biology
  • BC Electrical 
  • Anthropology
  • Business Administration Diploma
  • Blacksmithing & Metal Art
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science
  • Creative Management
  • Creative Writing
  • Digital Arts
  • Digital Fabrication & Design
  • Early Childhood Care & Education
  • Economics
  • Electrical Apprenticeship
  • Electrical Foundation
  • Elementary Education
  • Engineering
  • Hairstylist
  • Health Care Assistant
  • Heavy Mechanical Foundation
  • History
  • Law and Justice Studies
  • Languages
  • Human Services Diploma

Selkirk College student support

   Selkirk College gives support to a large number of students. The Accessibility Services team is still available to assist you throughout COVID-19. They help students with documented disabilities obtain the supports they need to achieve their educational goals through Accessibility Services for Students with Disabilities. In addition, they provide student    support services such as:

  • Services for Indigenous Peoples
  • Services for Counseling
  • The Writing Centre Accessibility Services,
  • Learning Resource Centre Library.

Selkirk College visas & immigration support

  Selkirk College supports students with their visa and immigration applications at every stage. Canada has modified various rules for student visas and immigration as a consequence of COVID- 19, which you should be aware of before applying.

Here you may find all the information you need about visas and immigration:

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Selkirk College international student contact

  You can contact here:

Phone number- 1.888.953.1133

Direct: 250.365.7292

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Selkirk College Student life

Selkirk College sports and fitness

Selkirk College offers sports and fitness facilities to its students, while Tenth Street Gymnasium and Castlegar Gymnasium offer a wide range of sports and recreational opportunities.

For more information you can visit here:

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Selkirk College Health & Wellbeing

  Students at Selkirk College have access to health and well-being programs. The health and well-being staff at Selkirk College strives to provide a secure and supportive environment for students to discuss academic, personal, and career concerns. They've come to help you. Selkirk College offers private counseling sessions over the phone, through Zoom, and in person. Appointments are completely free.

Selkirk College Residential Life

  Selkirk College offers the greatest residential life with their student accommodation, which houses around 250 students in two on-campus sites. Classes, sporting facilities, libraries, dining facilities, and outdoor leisure are all within a five-minute walk of their buildings. As a result, residential life at Selkirk College is vibrant and enjoyable.

Selkirk College food & drink

 On campus, Selkirk College offers a variety of great food and drink options.

Here's a list of some options:

  • Tenth Street Bistro
  • Castlegar Campus food services
  • Silver King Campuses Food services

Selkirk College short-term getaways 

  • Emerald Lake
  • Giant Cedars Boardwalk Trail
  • Kootenay National Park
  • The Enchanted Forest
  • Revelstoke Mountain Resort
  • Lakeside Park
  • Takakkaw Falls
  • Baker Street
  • James Chabot Provincial Park
  • Kicking Horse Pedestrian Bridge

Selkirk College Part-time jobs

During the academic year, Selkirk College offers part-time job on campus. The Work-Study Program at Selkirk College allows students to work part-time on campus. In the Fall/Winter semesters, a student should work a maximum of 10 hours each week, for a total of 150 hours, and in the spring semester, a total of 75 hours.

Selkirk College Student Safety

Selkirk College is dedicated to ensuring that its students, staff, and visitors are safe, secure, and healthy. They all play a part in making and keeping the campus safe.

Here is the all information regarding student’s safety at Selkirk College:

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Crime Around the area Students can feel safe in West Kootenay.

Selkirk College Famous courses

  • Anthropology
  • Business Administration Diploma
  • Blacksmithing & Metal Art
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science
  • Creative Management
  • Creative Writing
  • Digital Arts
  • Digital Fabrication & Design
  • Early Childhood Care & Education

Selkirk College Campus recruitment

Process- The Student, Graduate, and Co-op Employment Centre serves students, graduates, and businesses looking for jobs at all levels. Selkirk College offers co-op programs with hands-on learning, in which students are paired with a company or organization to gain practical experience while furthering their education. There is also on-campus jobs and aid with the transition out of college.

  1. Median Earnings 5 Years After Graduation      70000    
  2. Median Earnings 2 Years After Graduation       45000 
  3. Employed 2 Years After Graduation          80%
  4. Employed 6 months After Graduation             70% 

Selkirk College Brochures & Applications 

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Selkirk College Application Requirements

Bachelor

  • Online application
  • Choose your program
  • Application fee-$100
  • High school transcripts
  • Official academics documents
  • Visa 
  • Passport
  • Confirmation letter
  • Reference letter
  • Personal statement
  • Resume
  • English Proficiency test score

Master 

  • Online application
  • Choose your program
  • Application fee-$100
  • Degree transcripts
  • Official academics documents
  • Visa 
  • Passport
  • Confirmation letter
  • Reference letter
  • Personal statement
  • Resume
  • English Proficiency test score

Selkirk College Programs

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Duration
Format
Tuition Fees
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Selkirk College Application Requirements

2.5
GPA
27
IB
60
Percentage

IELTS score requirements

A strong proficiency in the English language is essential for admission into universities in Canada. To be able to get a successful admission in Selkirk College in Canada students need to complete IELTS with a minimum score of 6.

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Selkirk College Cost of studies

Fees

Bachelors: CAD $9,800?

Masters: CAD $ 10,520?

Fees may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific fees.

Selkirk College Deadlines

Deadlines vary for each program, please visit the program page for specific deadlines.

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