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become a plant operator
Become a Plant Operator
This 24-week program prepares students for entry level positions as plant operators. Classes start July 6.
grad 2015 happens on april 24 eligible grads must rsvp
Live the Life You Imagine
Eligible graduates must RSVP for the April 24th graduation ceremony.
Enrol in life-long learning today.
With a huge variety of courses and many certificate programs available, you can achieve professional upgrading, career development, explore a topic of interest or start a brand new career.
Classroom & Community Support Worker
Start a rewarding career supporting others.
As a Classroom and Community Support Worker, you'll work with children and adults living with disabilities, their families, teachers and other support professionals.
studio arts diploma student creating art
Find inspiration with new Studio Arts Diploma.
Pursue an education at Nelson's Kootenay Studio Arts with more pathways starting this fall. Explore the new two-year diploma program or the Open Studio Advanced Certificate.
Studying at Castlegar Campus
Start with Selkirk this spring.
If you are ready to start college classes this spring, we have a variety of programs in arts, sciences, trades, business, health services and upgrading courses.


& Notable
This Friday night at Nelson’s Mary Hall on the Tenth Street Campus, Palmer and his classmates will be bringing a showcase of their talents to the community at the annual Year End Show. Students will have displays set up that feature their work over the last few months.
Students in the Selkirk College Digital Arts & New Media Program unleash their Year End Show tonight at Nelson's Mary Hall on the Tenth Street Campus. An array of amazing work will be on display in a number of different mediums. One of the students featured in the show is Harley Palmer, who can trace his inspiration back to the day he tuned into the future.
The Selkirk College Men’s hockey program is pleased to announce the playing commitment of Richard Gratz to attend and compete for the Saints beginning in the 2015-2016 British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) season.
With a large portion of the 2014-2015 Selkirk College Saints defensive unit graduating this spring, the three-time defending BCIHL champions continue to recruit players for the upcoming season that will be able to fill the holes. One of the players who will be suiting up for the Saints this coming September is Junior A veteran Richard Gratz.


At Selkirk

May. 04

If you are ready to start University Arts & Sciences classes this spring, we have a variety of...

May. 21

This event is by far the most fun you can possibly have while learning about post-secondary...

Apr. 19

Pick-up Basketball every Tuesday and Sunday.

qualified grads information and rsvp for grad 2015
strengthening our relations - aborigianl youth conference