Okanagan College

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Located in the Southern Interior of B.C., Okanagan College offers post-secondary education in a wide range of academic, vocational, trades, apprenticeship, and continuing education programs and courses. More than 20,000 students study at Okanagan College each year, including more than 7,000 full-time equivalent students taking programs in Arts, Business, Engineering, Science, Trades and Apprenticeships, and technical certifications.

Areas of Expertise

Okanagan College offers more than 120 programs in a wide range of areas of study, including: Arts (university transfer); Business; Engineering Technology; Food, Wine, and Tourism; Health and Social Development; Science (university transfer); and Trades and Apprenticeships.

On Campus Housing

Space is limited, so early application is recommended.

Incoming Students

Okanagan College creates a supportive and welcoming environment for all learners. An orientation is provided to all new students. Education Advisors assist students in choosing courses and planning their academic short term and long term goals.

Career Planning

Career counseling is provided at no cost through the Student, Graduate and Co-op Employment Office.


The Okanagan College Students Union offers social events, sports, etc.

Information Technology

Computer labs, laptop rentals, and wireless internet are available.

Special Services

Accessibility Services, Counselling, Recreation and Student Life, Education Advisors, Financial Aid and Awards, Bookstore, Library, Student Success Centre support, on-campus food services.

Affiliated Institutions

Okanagan College is a member of the Association of Community Colleges of Canada (ACCC) and the British Columbia Centre for International Education (BCCIE).

International Involvement

Please visit the Okanagan College international website: http://https://www.okanagan.bc.ca/international

Modified on August 24, 2021