Douglas College

Each year, Douglas College serves more than 1,000 international students from over 60 countries.

Each year, Douglas College serves more than 1,000 international students from over 60 countries. With two campuses in the Vancouver area, Douglas College is one of the largest public colleges in Canada that grants four - year degrees.

Reach our New Westminster Campus by SkyTrain and our Coquitlam Campus by bus from almost anywhere in the Vancouver area. As an international student at Douglas College, you can complete a four - year bachelor’s degree, a two - year diploma or associate degree, or a one - year certificate in arts, sciences, business, performing arts and more.

Or take our University Transfer program, where after two years at Douglas you can transfer to a top-ranked public university in Canada and complete your bachelor’s degree.

Make your college experience exciting. Meet new people, make friends and be a part of the Douglas community. 'Get Involved' is where you'll discover the who, when, where and why of what's happening on campus!

Events Calendar

Discover what's happening in Student Life at Douglas College.

Student Group

Joining a club or student group is a great way to get involved in something you are passionate about and part of creating a vibrant student life and community at Douglas College. As a student group you are eligible for funding, staff support, room booking privileges, and more.

Student Groups

There are many ways to get involved and meet new people on campus - DSU Student Clubs are one of the best!

Whether you study in the same department, share an interest, hobby, culture, religion or political belief, clubs contribute towards a vibrant student life.

Check out all the current clubs in the DSU Student Clubs Directory.

From books to DVDs, articles, databases, study guides and help with research assignments, the Douglas College Library is here to help you succeed.

Essential resources
Get information about the Bookstore, Academic Advising, U-Pass and more.

Learn about your financial options as a post-secondary student, including student loans, scholarships, bursaries and other helpful tips.

Book an appointment with one of our academic advisors to get guidance or assistance with your educational path or classes you want to take. 

Book an appointment with a tutor at the Learning Centre, or just drop in.

Support and wellness
Get the support you need to reach your potential, including career and personal counselling, the Women’s Centre, Centre for Students with Disabilities and more.

Working while studying
Find out about working while studying part-time at the College.

Find out if you are eligible to graduate, how to apply for graduation and more. 

Post - Douglas
Discover our vast alumni network, which you automatically become a member of after graduating.

Register your child for the onsite daycares at both New Westminster and Coquitlam campuses. Spots fill up quickly, so register today.




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