Selkirk College offers dynamic and innovative educational experiences, pathways to in-demand employment, credit transfer to numerous universities and training to boost career opportunities. Students can access robust services that support success in and out of the classroom, quality facilities and small classes with individual support.
Students can choose from over 80 nationally recognized certificate, diploma, bachelor's degree, co-operative education and community education programs. Selkirk College serves over 2,000 full- and part-time learners in program areas including academic upgrading and development, arts, business, environment and geomatics, health and human services, hospitality and tourism, industry and trades training, university arts and sciences, and community education and workplace training.
The campuses and learning centres are located in Castlegar, Nelson, Trail, Grand Forks, Nakusp and Kaslo—vibrant mountain communities rich in culture and recreation. Selkirk College acknowledges our respect for and deep gratitude to the First Nations of the West Kootenay and Boundary regions: the Sinixt (Lakes), the Syilx (Okanagan), the Ktunaxa and the Secwépemc (Shuswap) Peoples on whose traditional territories we are honoured to operate.
- Domestic: 7,545
- International: 1,060