The College of New Caledonia (CNC) is a comprehensive community college offering programs and courses in academic, career/technical and trades training areas. The College serves an area of approximately 125,000 square kilometres and four public school districts, offering programming through four regional campuses, as well as the main campus, and three satellite locations within Prince George.
The College of New Caledonia specializes in Forest Resource Technology, Health Sciences (including Diploma Nursing, Dental Hygiene and Dental Assisting), Trades and Apprenticeship training and many of our career/technical programs have a co-op component.
The College of New Caledonia student residence is located next to the main campus building in Prince George. There are 92 units, which provide a pleasant, relaxed atmosphere for students, while also being convenient for classes and the CNC library, and all College and recreation facilities. During the academic year, the residence is fully booked with both long term students and short term trades students, although rooms do become available in January and a "wait list" is maintained. Rates begin at $2000 per semester for a standard room with two rooms sharing a bathroom. This includes all utilities and cable TV. There are four adapted units for people with disabilities. Each room is equipped with a microwave and bar size fridge, as well as a kitchen sink.
The College of New Caledonia offers inter-collegiate sports, as well as recreation and intramural athletics for all students.
The Student Association and student newspaper is available to all students.
Services and facilities available to special students include counselling services, daycare and services for students with disabilities.
The College of New Caledonia is 'twinned' with the Changsha Communications University located in Changsha, China. Exchanges of staff and students are being reviewed.
The College of New Caledonia offers full-time programs in English Language Training and access to other college programs subject to Canadian student enrolments. In addition, English Language Training programs (designed for specific international institutions and areas of study), summer immersion programs, short-term English Language Training, and cultural education study tours are also offered. Students from outside of Canada planning to attend CNC should contact the International Education Department at. The International Education Department also provides orientation programs, housing services, and personal advising and assistance to international students.
Student orientations may be arranged. Contact for more information.
Other services and facilities available to students are a resource centre, a bookstore, public transit, food services, student residence, a Centre for Student Success, student placement and two student activity centres.