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  • Academic Plan

    At Coast Mountain College we offer our Fall 2020 courses and programs via Distributed Learning. View CMTN's Academic Plan...
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  • Minister’s statement on guidelines for post-secondary institutions

    Melanie Mark, Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Training, has released the following statement regarding the guidelines for reducing the risk of COVID-19 at post-secondary institutions in B.C........
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  • CMTN President’s statement on racism

    Over the last week and a half, in the wake of the senseless and tragic death of George Floyd in the United States, public attention has been focused on the widespread racial discrimination that takes place every single day, affecting people of colour. What’s happening south of the border affects us all......
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  • How to register at CMTN

    CMTN fall registration begins June 1 by phone and online. Follow the steps in our How to Register video or visit our Register for Classes page to learn more.
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  • CMTN fall registration begins June 1 by phone and online

    Registration for most fall programming begins on Monday, June 1. CMTN faculty are working hard to develop quality programming in a distributed learning format for all courses and programs we offer.
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  • CMTN President's Message to Students

    Justin Kohlman, President at Coast Mountain College, provides an update to our students. CMTN's courses and programs are offered via Distributed Learning in Fall 2020 and are open for registration on June 1.
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  • Distributed Learning

    Distributed Learning uses tools like email, web-conferencing platforms, online videos, social media, textbooks, print modules, local contexts and experiential tasks.....
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  • Fall 2020 FAQs

    Stay informed on our Fall 2020 FAQs for Distributed Learning, Student Services, Registration, Indigenous Support, International, and more.......
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  • WALA 3410

    Learn how to navigate the strange lands of pedagogy at a distance. Starting May 19 online.....
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  • Coast Mountain Students’ Union provides emergency funds for international students

    Coast Mountain College International students can now apply for a $100 grocery store gift card thanks to a $10,000 donation from the Coast Mountain Students’ Union.
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  • Northern post-secondary institutions collaborate with Mastercard Foundation on COVID-19 response

    Northern post-secondary institutions collaborate with Mastercard Foundation on COVID-19 response Four post-secondary institutions in northern British Columbia in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation are enhancing supports for Indigenous students and investing in technological solutions to improve access for remote education in response to the COVID-19 pandemic........
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  • Student support at CMTN

    Our campuses aren't open to the public right now, but we're still here to help you! Interested in learning more about our programs, courses or campuses? Would you like to talk to someone about financial aid or in advising? Just like Jessica, Recruitment Coordinator at CMTN, our student support and services team is available to video chat, phone or text.
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  • COVID-19 update #15

    The Coast Mountain College and CMTN Foundation’s Student Emergency Bursary initiative that saw the distribution of $250 grocery gift cards to students impacted by COVID-19 has been fully subscribed. The bursaries were designed to address the immediate needs of students completing their current semester and who may have been impacted by COVID-19...............…
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  • Ed2Go online learning

    Ed2Go website for online learning. Courses to help start or advance your career.....
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  • Province boosts emergency funding supports for students

    VICTORIA - Students attending British Columbia's 25 public post-secondary institutions, who are experiencing emergency financial pressures, will benefit from a one-time investment of $3.5 million in emergency financial assistance................…
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  • CMTN announces $40,000 in emergency relief for students

    Coast Mountain College and CMTN Foundation will boost funding to Student Emergency bursaries during a high time of need due to COVID-19 by making an additional $40,000 available...............…
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  • COVID-19 update #14

    At Coast Mountain College we continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation very closely. We continue to be guided by the Provincial Health Officer and are working with the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training. The health of our college community, students and employees remains our top priority..............…
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  • COVID-19 update #13

    At Coast Mountain College we continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation very closely. We continue to be guided by the Provincial Health Officer and are working with the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training. The health of our college community, students and employees remains our top priority...............…
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