Corpus Christi College (CCC) is BC's Catholic Liberal Arts College. Situated in Vancouver on the campus of UBC, western Canada's largest university, Corpus Christi offers its students the best of both worlds: small, student-centered classes taught by fully-qualified instructors committed to CCC's mission statement, along with the many benefits of proximity to UBC. Prospective students are encouraged to review CCC's generous awards program and visit the campus to experience the College's student life program.
Corpus Christi offers a liberal arts program that is recognized by BC's public universities, universities and colleges and Trinity Western, a private university. CCC students are able to take up to 60 credits in core subjects areas such as English, History, Religious Studies, Communications, Philosophy, and Math, as well as in a variety of electives such as Anthropology, Classical Studies, Economics, Film, Fine Arts, French, Geography, Political Science and Psychology. CCC students, if admissible, may also supplement their studies with courses at UBC.
Corpus Christi received program approval for the University Presidents' Council in June 2000. The College is an institutional member of the BC Transfer System, which means that its courses appear in the BC Transfer Guide (www.bctransferguide.ca). In April 2001, Corpus Christi received full accreditation from BC's Private Post Secondary Education Commission (PPSEC), now the BC Private Career Training Institutions Agency (PCTIA), and its students are therefore eligible for student loans through the BC Student Assistance Plan. As well, CCC is a member of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities of Canada (ACCUC), a group that represents Canada's leading Catholic institutions of higher education.