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About Our Smithers Campus


COVID-19 update

In the interest of ensuring physical distancing currently required, the Smithers campus is now open only to registered students, staff, instructors and faculty. Students who don't have a card can ring the bell for service/entry. We kindly ask the public to reach out to the campus by telephone or email:

250.847.4461
info@coastmountaincollege.ca

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


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Smithers campus is connected to place. Connected to the rich cultures of the area, the rugged landscapes and breathtaking vistas.

The Gold LEED building, flooded with natural light and heated with Geothermal energy features wood, rock and Indigenous art throughout. This serves to represent three themes—forestry, resource management and Indigenous culture. The themes symbolize Coast Mountain College’s connection and commitment to the communities of the Northwest.

The building houses a large gathering area and bright learning facilities. With advanced technology with video conferencing and distance education capabilities we offer a variety of instructor-led and online courses. There are classroom spaces, wet and dry science labs, a multi-purpose shop for trades programs, a library and bookstore, a computer lab and one flexible-use lab.

Student housing at the Smithers campus has 20 single occupancy beds with TV’s in each room, shared kitchen, dining hall, shared lounge area with TV, washer and dryer facility and shared washrooms.  

Coast Mountain College offers a variety of full-time programming in Smithers that includes University courses, diploma and certificate options to study business and  social and human sciences. Flexible career and college preparation courses support your goals to upgrade or obtain your adult dogwood.  Short-term continuing studies, online and workforce-ready certificates are offered too. 
Through local partnerships with school districts and industry we offer trades training at our Smithers campus through our regular timetabled programming and on a contract basis.

History 

On October 16, 2009, the Hon. Moira Stilwell, BC Minister of Advanced Education and Labour Market Development and Irene Seguin, previous Coast Mountain College Chair, broke ground to begin the Smithers Campus renewal and expansion project. The $16.7-million project was one of 40 Knowledge Infrastructure Program (KIP) projects at post-secondary institutions across the province, jointly funded by the provincial and the federal governments.

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Smithers 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.

Register today
1.877.277.2288
info@coastmountaincollege.ca

myCMTN

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.

 

On-campus safety guidelines

Take a tour of our Terrace campus to learn more about how what kinds of changes to expect this year if you need to visit any of our campuses for the practical training component of your program. Learn more.



Innovative delivery and mobile learning.

We deliver training outdoors, in innovative spaces and in many cases, in high-tech mobile shops and classrooms. Our mobile training campuses are a specialized group of units that bring various programs to your home community.  Learn more.



Why Smithers

Why Smithers?

Source: tourismsmithers.com

Smithers Campus bottom right
  • Hiking
    Hiking: From mountain to valley.
  • arts
    Arts: Concerts for the whole family.
  • come-ride
    Come ride: Trails, mountains and more
  • Wildlife
    Wildlife: mountain goats, grizzlies, salmon, eagles
Address

Smithers Campus

PO Box 3606
3966 2nd Avenue
Smithers BC
V0J 2N0
Contact info

Toll free: 1.877.277.2288
(CA & US)

T: 250.847.4461

F: 250.847.4568

Campus hours

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

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