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College of New Caledonia

The College of New Caledonia
  • The College of New Caledonia, shortly known as CNC, is a post-secondary institute serving the residents of the interior of British Columbia.
  • Established in 1969 as a successor of British Columbia's Vocational School, the College is located in Prince George, Canada.
  • College of New Caledonia enrols approximately 5,000 students, and each class has not more than 37 students.
  • The College has six campuses in Burns Lake, Fort St., James, Mackenzie, Vanderhoof and Quesnel and Prince George.
  • College's dental assisting and dental hygiene program has received accreditation from Canada's commission of Dental accreditation.
  • The College offers diploma, certificate, associate, bachelor and master degrees in the following study area:
    • Business & Management
    • Health Sciences
    • Human Sciences
    • Technologies
    • Trades & Industries
    • University Studies
  • The college of New Caledonia has credits transfer in partner with the renowned universities in Canada such as University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, and University of Victoria
  • College of New Caledonia also attracts a large number of international students each year which makes the college highly multicultural.


Prince George Campus

  • College of Caledonia's Prince George Campus offers most of the College's program. The campus houses four buildings: the main campus building, Technical Education Centre, Nicholson Campus, and the John A Brink Trades & Technology Centre.
  • The campus also offers students facilities like a gym, weight room, bouldering wall, squash courts and yoga classes.

Quesnel Campus

  • The Quesnel campus is situated at 100 Campus Way, Quesnel, B.C the brilliant construction of the campus building bagged the Governor-General's Award for Architecture in 2012.
  • The Quesnel Campus offers courses in Nursing Baccalaureate, Apprentice Industrial Mechanic, Health Care Assistant Certificate, Carpenter, University Studies, Booking Certificate and many more.

Lakes District Campus

  • Established in 1976, the Lake District Campus is located in Burns Lake offers students a wide range of community-oriented educational programs.
  • The campus is known globally recognized for its work in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.

Mackenzie Campus

  • The College has campus functioning at Mackenzie, offering academic, vocational and professional development programs.
  • The campus also has Mackenzie WorkBC Employment Services Centre in Partnership with the government of British Columbia.

Nechako Campus

  • The Nechako Campus of the College is located in Fort St. James and Vanderhoof.


  • The College of New Caledonia offers scholarships to domestic and international students, and the College follows the vision that no students should miss out on education due to financial limitations.
  • The College offers more than 300 scholarships to students ranging from $250 - $1500, and they are awarded on the basis of academic and extra co-curricular achievements.


  • Web and Graphic Design
  • University Studies
  • Kinesiology Diploma
  • Fine Arts Certificate
  • Criminology Diploma
  • Associate of Science Biology
  • Associate of Arts
  • Associate of Arts Modern Classics
  • Associate of Arts Aboriginal Studies
  • Associate of Arts Anthropology
  • Applied Science Engineering Certificate
  • Welding
  • Professional Cook
  • Pipe Trade
  • Power Engineering
  • Industrial Mechanic
  • Heavy Mechanical Trades
  • Automotive Service Technician
  • Natural Resources and Forest Technology
  • Computer Network Technician
  • Social Service Worker
  • Early Childhood Care and Learning and many more


Students at the College of New Caledonia get a chance to opt for accommodation close to the campus as well as the shopping mall and other recreational facilities.

Students can also choose meal options from the college cafeteria