Student services

Service Info
Aboriginal Service Plan (ASP)

Seven First Nations communities are represented on the Nechako ASP committee. This group works to provide guidance and direction to CNC to ensure programs and services are culturally relevant to the needs of member communities and learners.

Aboriginal Liaison/Coordinator, Support Workers

Supports for Aboriginal student success are available at your campus. Contact your local campus.

Academic Advising

Schedule a visit with an Academic Advisor for help with course selection, career choices, and securing education funding. The Advisor maintains a collection of college and university calendars to help you plan your education path, whether at CNC or another institution. Invigilation services available. Contact your local campus to schedule an appointment.

Career Technical Centre (CTC) – Dual Credits for High School Students

Graduate from high school with one year of college already complete. Ask about upcoming programs in Nechako: Carpentry, and Millwright. Speak to your local Career and Trades Program Coordinator to start the process.

The Learning HUB in Fort St. James

Programs and resources for Life Long Learning. Provides support for learners, tutors, agencies and hosts community-wide literacy events. Literacy projects at the HUB are sponsored by Decoda Literacy Solutions. New Canadians receive assistance through the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) Settlement Services Program.
Contact: 250-996-7078

Resource Centres

Resource centres are available in both campuses with access to the complete CNC library, public computers and internet access. Resource Centres offer a quiet place to do homework or work on on-line courses.