Capilano University is well known for providing a solid academic foundation and is committed to developing new and innovative programs in response to market demand. We offer a complete range of preparatory courses, arts and sciences courses, business and management studies, creative and applied arts programs, health and human services programs, plus a range of services in support of student learning and success. Credentials awarded include bachelor degrees, associate degrees, post-baccalaureate diplomas, advanced diplomas, certificates and statements of completion.
While students may seem technologically savvy, research has shown that perception and reality on this topic can be very different. Library Research classes are designed to align your students with the resources and research skills they will need to succeed in your class, in the academic world and in the modern workplace.
Capilano University assists students considering career options by providing information and reference materials on a wide variety of occupations. The Career Resource Centre is located in the Birch Building, Room 267. It houses a collection of vocational literature and information on labour market trends. The Centre also contains calendars from Canadian and international universities and colleges, and free informational brochures on campus and community resources. Copies of current course outlines for Capilano University are available for reference in choosing courses and instructors.
The Centre for Student Success provides each student with the foundation for discovering a meaningful path that will lead to academic and personal success for university and beyond. Student success programming provides critical skill building opportunities and support services to assist students in achieving their academic and personal goals while at Capilano University.
A short distance from campus, the CapU Residence is a mix of furnished shared and single accommodations in a supportive and vibrant setting. Included in your residence plan is a fully furnished room, a meal plan (all-you-care-to-eat!), high-speed wireless internet, access to shared TV lounges, study rooms, laundry facilities in addition to events, programming and support. The CapU Residence offers you the opportunity to create friendships, connect with the residence community and receive individualized support to help you be successful.
In 1974, the main Library was established at the east end of the B building, the second building constructed on the North Vancouver campus. Initially called the Media Centre, the name was changed in 1989 to “the Library.” This early Library included books, periodicals, a circulation desk, audio-visual materials and equipment, and study tables. The Library was located next to the cafeteria and the two areas were very much at the centre of campus.
IT Services recognizes that the quality of our services is fundamental to the successful operation of Capilano University and its capacity to achieve its strategic objectives.
Capilano University offers a wide variety of services that are intended to enhance student success. The IT Services department is responsible for the planning, provisioning and delivering of these central IT technology services at the University.
General medical services are available to students at no charge on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the Spring and Fall terms.
There are plenty of opportunities for getting involved at Cap U outside of the classroom. Join a committee, write for the student newspaper, see a performance, and more.
Immerse yourself in campus life from day one as a member of Capilano University’s first residence community, a supportive, affordable and safe housing option just minutes from the North Vancouver campus. The friendships you will build and the support you will receive will make for an unforgettable experience at CapU
The North Vancouver campus of Capilano University is the site of one of the finest college sports complexes in Canada. The Sportsplex, which opened in 1991, is ultra-modern in design and features a large, showcase gymnasium with a hardwood playing surface. Seating is provided by individually-molded studio seats, complete with backs and armrests mounted on retractable platforms. The seating capacity accommodates approximately 1,700 spectators and the ceiling height is 30 feet.
The CSU is a non-profit organization run by a democratically elected board of students that aims to improve every student’s university experience by organizing social, political, and cultural events and offering low-cost services that make life easier. The board of directors, who are independent from the University’s administration, also works to protect the rights of students. The CSU is dedicated to advancing the interests of students by working to achieve a system of post-secondary education that is accessible to all. The CSU works to advance post-secondary education policies in areas such as tuition fees and student financial assistance.
Accreditation by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities is not partial but applies to the institution as a whole. As such, it is not a guarantee of every course or program offered, or the competence of individual graduates. Rather, it provides reasonable assurance about the quality of opportunities available to students who attend the institution.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, StudyPortals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.