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  • Choose from flexible, full- or part-time studies.

  • Study business while enjoying the amazing array of local recreation and mountain culture.

  • Learn from industry professionals in personalized settings.

  • Leverage your skills to compete in high-paying and dynamic careers.

  • You can participate in our business skills competition and career networking.

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With four games remaining in the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) regular season, the Selkirk College Saints are in an unfamiliar late-February position of looking up in the standings.

The drive-for-five continues this weekend when the men's hockey team returns to the Castlegar & District Recreation Centre for two games against the University of Victoria. Friday's game starts at 7 p.m. and Saturday's game will be sponsored by the Business Administration Program with a start time of 4 p.m.

Study at Selkirk College While Hitting the Slopes in World-renown West Kootenay

Selkirk College has a top quality Business Program and the location to boot. For students like Bryanne Mcelroy, both weighed equally important as she decided where she wanted to pursue her post-secondary education. The Alberta native came to the West Kootenay to study and snowboard, balancing work and leisure as she strives for success.

Five outstanding Selkirk College faculty members have been recognized for their commitment to learning and exceptional performance in the classroom.

An evening to celebrate learning and the contributions to student success by Selkirk College faculty members was the focus of a wonderful night on the Castlegar Campus at the annual SCOPE Awards ceremony.

Since Selkirk College alumni began transitioning into the regional workforce in the late-1960s, individuals educated close to home have helped build and grow the economy of the West Kootenay and Boundary region.

Since Selkirk College alumni began transitioning into the regional workforce in the late-1960s, individuals educated close to home have helped build and grow the economy of the West Kootenay and Boundary region. As the college embarks on a celebration of its first 50 years and looks towards the next half-century, an exploration of the relationship post-secondary has with local business and industry tells a story of success.

What Students Say

Business Competition for Justin Sotkowy at Selkirk College
“My participation in the Annual Business Competition was a great experience. I think Selkirk has presented students with a great opportunity to showcase the skills that I have acquired in a very realistic environment.”
– Justin Sotkowy, Business Administration - Management student
Krys Klimuk Graduate from Selkirk College
Selkirk’s smaller class sizes provided opportunities for me to develop exceptional skills and cultivate relationships with most of my peers and instructors, which may not have been possible at a large university.
Krys Klimuk, Business Administration – Accounting and Finance, 2012 Graduate.
jeromie parker career financial bmo
There's no way I would be able to multi-channel and multi-task the way I can now without having spent those two years at Selkirk College. Courses were challenging and it was a lot of work, but the learning has not ended because in the banking industry there is always something new.
Jeromie Parker, Business Administration Graduate 2014
Jeff Tassone, is an Alumni Graduate from Business Accounting Finance Management Program at Selkirk College
Selkirk was the stepping stone to help me gain many valuable skills and experiences to further better my education and life. 
– Jeff Tassone, Business Administration - Management, 2010 Graduate.
Brandi Callaghan, Alumna from Selkirk College
Selkirk College has a good reputation, it’s in my hometown and it's affordable. The small class sizes offer you a more personal experience. They offered the program I wanted and studying abroad is a great feature to the program. It was a great place to start my education.
Brandi Callaghan, Business Administration - Management, 2009 Graduate.
Ashley Zeboroff, an alumni graduate from the business accounting finance management program
I totally recommend Selkirk to anyone looking for affordable, close-to-home schooling. I really appreciate the kind staff, great learning environment and amazing support I receive from instructors. I like it so much that I’ve decided to take several of my courses through Selkirk College while pursuing my degree! 
Ashley Zeboroff, Business Administration - Management, 2010 Graduate. Current student at Thompson Rivers University Open Learning.