Since 1966, Selkirk College has been providing innovative and unique learning opportunities through 60+ nationally recognized programs. Selkirk College is also home to over 311 international students, from 26 countries, studying in 25 program areas and 127 Aboriginal learners study in more than 30 program areas. Selkirk College also offers transfer courses that enable students to transfer to a university to pursue their degree. The college is located in a world-class outdoor setting that provides incredible recreational opportunities for students in both their studies and leisure time.
Programs at Selkirk are organized and categorized by the following schools and academic areas according to relevant subjects.
- Academic Upgrading & Development (AUD)
- Environment & Geomatics
- Hospitality & Tourism
- Human Services
- Industry and Trades Training
- The Arts
- University Arts & Sciences