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    Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art

    Apply now for the Fall 2020 intake. As courses will be offered through distance learning, you can stay in your home community while working with our world-renowned artists next semester!

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    Distributed Learning

    Fall 2020 programs offered via Distributed Learning using tools like email, web-conferencing platforms, online videos, social media, textbooks, print modules, local contexts and experiential tasks.

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    Applied Coastal Ecology

    Our ACE diploma program is enhanced with applied research opportunities and various community projects on the coast of beautiful British Columbia.

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  • Innovation Lab
    Innovation lab

    With virtual reality tools and a 3D printer, our learning lab is designed to facilitate technological teaching and learning.

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About Our Prince Rupert Campus

COVID-19 update

In the interest of ensuring physical distancing currently required, the Prince Rupert campus is now open only to registered students, staff, instructors and faculty. We kindly ask the public to reach out to the campus by telephone or email:


Check here for updates from CMTN as the COVID-19 situation develops and be sure to view our FAQs.

Prince Rupert campus

Prince Rupert’s Coast Mountain College campus boasts a spectacular location on an inner harbour on the north coast. A mild marine air keeps the temperatures moderate throughout the year.

Our world-renowned Applied Coastal Ecology program at the Prince Rupert campus graduates citizens ready to start their careers in coastal natural resources management and ecosystem restoration. With a heavy emphasis on field studies, our programs continually bring theory to life through experiential learning.

Coast Mountain College offers a variety of full time programming in Prince Rupert that includes University courses and associate degrees. There are also diploma and certificate options to study business and social and human sciences and a wide variety of flexible career and college preparation courses. Short-term continuing studies, online and workforce-ready certificates are offered too.

Intensive summer field school programs combine a full semester of learning into just a few weeks where students experience northwest BC’s incredible history, culture and environment.

Through local partnerships with school districts and industry we offer trades training at our Prince Rupert campus through our regular timetabled programming and on a contract basis.

Located downtown Prince Rupert at 353-5th Street, our 12 million dollar campus is designed as two buildings with an interconnecting link and consists of 19 classrooms, two computer labs, two science labs and the innovation lab.

Community gatherings are often hosted at the multi-purpose room, where the floor to ceiling windows let in the sunshine

The campus is busy with the large library, multiple seminar rooms, trades facilities, a Learning Resource Centre, student lounge with associated offices, and administrative and service spaces.

Prince Rupert course schedules

Prince Rupert campus schedules

Our academic year Sep 2020 – Apr 2021 is through Distributed Learning.

Various courses offered online and you can stay in your home community.  

  • Upgrading and adult high school graduation
  • First nations fine arts courses, certificates and diplomas
  • Business diplomas, certificates and preparatory courses
  • University, college and high school dual credit courses, diplomas and degrees.

Still accepting applications. 
Start September, register today


myCMTN student self-service allows you to access schedules, registrations and pay tuition online.

For a full list of courses available through distributed learning, please log into your account at coastmountaincollege.ca/mycmtn.


Register for Fall 2020 at CMTN

We welcome students to register for courses at Coast Mountain College in Fall 2020 when we offer a range of courses via distributed learning. Registration begins June 1. Learn more.

Study science in Prince Rupert

Two years of university-level science courses are designed to transfer to degree programs at other universities in the province and around the world. Apply today! Learn more.

Why Prince Rupert

Why Prince Rupert?

Source: visitprincerupert.com

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    Active living
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    History, culture & attractions
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    Coastal culture
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    Wildlife viewing

Prince Rupert Campus

353 5th Street,
Prince Rupert, BC
V8J 3L6
Campus map
Contact info

Toll free: 1.877.277.2288

T: 250.624.6054

F: 250.624.3923

Campus hours

Mon - Fri, 8:30am - 4:00pm
(Closed Sat, Sun and statutory holidays)

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