We respectfully acknowledge the Aboriginal Peoples and communities of the West Kootenay and Boundary Regions. We honour the values, cultures and traditions that all aboriginal learners bring to Selkirk College.
Selkirk College recognizes the importance of providing a welcoming, respectful, inclusive and supportive learning environment for all aboriginal learners and their families. Providing this learning environment is a priority for us and is reflected in the mission, vision, values and strategic directions of Selkirk College.
Our work is about changing lives through learning. We want you to succeed in your chosen program whether it is academic upgrading, preparing for a career or trade or getting started on your university studies. We have more than 60 programs from which to choose that will help you meet your personal and educational goals.
We are proud of our accessible entrance requirements, affordable tuition, small class sizes, excellent teaching, learning supports and extensive financial aid opportunities.
We are forging new and exciting partnerships with First Nation and Métis communities within and outside
our region. Our goal is to provide access and opportunity for our learners to be successful in their postsecondary
education pursuits, to develop their individual capacity and that of their communities and become
Through the work of our Aboriginal Services Advisor, Student Access and Support staff, Financial Aid office,
and the Gathering Place, we are committed to increasing and enhancing the participation of Aboriginal
learners in the Selkirk College community!
We look forward to seeing you at Selkirk College.
President & CEO, Selkirk College