Prince George campus tour
Choosing a post-secondary institution is one of the most important decisions you'll ever make! The high quality programs, teaching, and services offered at CNC make it the best option to start your academic career. We invite you to take a guided tour so you can see for yourself the great programs, our active students and friendly staff that the Prince George campus has to offer.
Tours are available Monday through Friday from 8:15am to 4:00pm, May through August. The opportunity to visit specific program areas may be limited. Tours of CNC’s Prince George campus can be arranged by calling 250-561-5855.
You can also explore at your own pace with our online tour.
Gathering Place (Atrium)
The Gathering Place (Atrium) provides a refreshing place to eat or study. It is also used for student info booths and college events.
The cafeteria includes a fresh salad bar, short order grill, complete full hot meals, and a variety of beverages and fresh bakery products.
Kodiaks is an affordable and delicious dining establishment that is open to the public. The restaurant is run by CNC’s Professional Cook students in order to give them hands-on experience in all of the positions in a fine dining room, its management and working in a team.
The College Store is the first place you should look for your textbooks and supplies, plus it also carries convenience items and gifts. They have a great selection of jogging pants, sweatshirts, t-shirts, caps and so much more, plus an infant and toddler's area.
Athletics and recreation
The College offers a variety of fitness classes, such as yoga and Pilates, which are free to students. The gymnasium, squash court, bouldering room and weight training facility are available to all students and the public.
The College provides a preventive dental clinic on campus that is open to the public and is staffed by dental hygiene and assisting students, Registered Dental Hygienists, Certified Dental Assistants and Dentists.
Health and wellness
CNC’s on-site clinic provides care for current CNC students who don’t have a family doctor, or who need non-urgent walk in services.
The Early Care and Learning Centre is located on campus to provide child-care services to students as well as community families. The centre is supervised by qualified early childhood educators.
The Library is open to any resident of the College region and borrower cards are free. Over 180,000 items are available for use. Services include research assistance, interlibrary loans, computer searching, and a wide variety of media and graphic services. Computers, scanners, photocopiers, audio-visual equipment and a fax machine are available for public access.
There are many study break areas throughout the campus with tables, vending machines and table tennis. These areas can be used for studying, relaxing or getting to know new people.
The College has multiple state of the art open access computer labs for surfing the internet, checking email, printing or working on projects.
The student residence has 92 rooms that provide a pleasant, relaxed atmosphere for students. It’s also conveniently located 96 steps away from campus and the local bus route.