CMTN planning for enhanced fall programming

Mar 09, 2021

Coast Mountain College is pleased to announce that planning has started for a revitalized campus experience for the Fall 2021 term.

A safe, healthy and engaging campus has always been Coast Mountain College’s top priority. That’s why over the last several months of navigating COVID-19, we’ve taken a measured approach to a gradual return to campus.

Based upon recent guidance from the BC Public Health Office, the College believes it will be possible this fall to offer an enriching on-campus experience with an increase in in-person and hybrid learning formats. Currently, most courses are being offered online due to current health measures.

“We will do our best to maximize in-person activities while ensuring that everyone’s health and safety remains the College’s top priority,” said CMTN President, Justin Kohlman. “As we have done throughout this pandemic, we will continue to follow the advice of the Public Health Officer to ensure safety protocols are followed on campus.”

Planning is actively underway across all sectors of the College to determine which programs and courses will return to face to face delivery in the fall, along with programs and courses that will continue to be offered via blended or distributed delivery.

Classrooms will be equipped with updated educational technologies to support hybrid teaching models. Every effort will be made to accommodate students who do not wish to, or, cannot attend in person to continue their programs at a distance.

This fall, students in Terrace will be offered increased housing options in the new state-of-the-art housing unit opening in Terrace in September 2021. Students can also anticipate seeing many co-curricular, community and wellness activities offered in the upcoming academic year.

We thank everyone for their continued patience and support as we work hard to deliver the best possible academic experience.

Media contact

Sarah Zimmerman
Executive Director, Communications
Coast Mountain College