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  • Learn to give patients the attention and care they deserve.

  • Community outreach provides hands-on learning.

  • You will experience small class sizes, simulation technology, a variety of rural practice placements.

  • Nursing careers are diverse and include practice, education, administration, and research.

  • Join a tight-knit learning group with a shared passion for healthcare

  • Apply your knowledge and teach new skills to others.


 

Program At-A-Glance

Length of Study: 
4-Year
Accreditation: 
Baccalaureate Degree
Campus: 
Castlegar

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One of two chosen representatives for the Selkirk College Class of 2020, Bachelor of Nursing Program graduate Emily Kantymir discovered a passion for learning at the post-secondary level that has propelled her onto opportunties in a field full of interesting challenges.

One of two chosen representatives for the Selkirk College Class of 2020, Bachelor of Nursing Program graduate Emily Kantymir discovered a passion for learning at the post-secondary level that has propelled her onto opportunties in a field full of interesting challenges.

It's a national walk with a highly localized focus and this year's Coldest Night of the Year events in Castlegar and Nelson will once again put a spotlight on some of the most vulnerable people in our region. To help raise awarenes for the issues surrounding the walk and ensure its success, Selkirk College Nursing Program students are getting involved on the frontlines.

It's a national walk with a highly localized focus and this year's Coldest Night of the Year events in Castlegar and Nelson will once again put a spotlight on some of the most vulnerable people in our region. To help raise awareness for the issues surrounding the walk and ensure its success, Selkirk College Nursing Program students are getting involved on the frontlines. 

Each academic year, Selkirk College awards almost $200,000 in bursaries to students from a vareity of programs who face financial challenges while pursuing a post-secondary education. The stories of what it takes to perservere and succeed is truly inspiring. This is one of those stories.

Each academic year, Selkirk College awards almost $200,000 in bursaries to students from a variety of programs who face financial challenges while pursuing a post-secondary education. The stories of what it takes to persevere and succeed is truly inspiring. This is one of those stories.

Three of the latest additions to the Nursing Program faculty arrive to the Castlegar Campus classrooms with a wealth of experince, deep roots in the region and an intimate knowledge of the beneifits of a Selkirk College education.

Three of the latest additions to the Nursing Program faculty arrive to the Castlegar Campus classrooms with a wealth of experience, deep roots in the region and an intimate knowledge of the benefits of a Selkirk College education.

Selkirk College Distinguished Alumna is Courageous and Compassionate Nurse

Selkirk College recently awarded family nurse practitioner Patrice Gordon with the Distinguished Alumna honour at the Graduation 2017 ceremony held at the Castlegar Campus. The earnest professional provides compassionate care to isolated First Nations communities in British Columbia’s Chilcotin region while responding to crises world-wide as part of the Canadian Red Cross Emergency Response Unit.

Selkirk College Graduating Nursing Student Recognized for Top Marks by University of Victoria

Selkirk College offers an opportunity for aspiring nurses to get their four-year degree at the local institution. Graduating with a degree granted by partner University of Victoria, Holli Norberg stood above the rest. In fact, she achieved top marks in the entire faculty of Human and Social Development and was awarded at the convocation ceremony at the Vancouver Island school.