|Aboriginal Service Plan (ASP)||
Three First Nations communities and four Aboriginal Organizations are part of CNC Quesnel’s Aboriginal Education Steering 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.
Dahooja! Welcome to Lhtako Dene Nation Territory, part of the Southern Carrier Nation.
Are you an Aboriginal student? Our Aboriginal Liaison/Advisor can help you be successful at CNC Quesnel. To contact our Aboriginal Liaison/Advisor, Darlene Wooldridge, call 250-991-7500, ext. 7622 or email email@example.com.
Schedule a meeting with our Academic Advisor for help with course selection, career choices, and securing education funding, including scholarships and bursaries. Appointments are generally 30 minutes. Contact us at 250-991-7500 to schedule an appointment.
The college provides a variety of support services to assist individuals with disabilities in accessing or completing a course or program. Services are provided according to need. They may include assistance with admission to college, provision of adaptive equipment or support services, and more. Contact Accessibility Services at CNC for assistance.
Visit our office at 100 Campus Way, Monday to Friday between 8:00 am and 4:30 pm (open during lunch hour). Bring a cheque, or use cash, Interac, Visa, or Mastercard to confirm your registration.
If registering by Phone or Fax; Registrations are accepted from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. Use a credit card to confirm. Phone 250-991-7500 or Fax 250-991-7523.
Our Bookstore is at Admissions. It stocks textbooks, book, supply, and tool lists, calculators, supplies, and more.
Computer and Internet access are available for students through the Library or in the computer lab. The computer lab is open during campus opening hours. See a librarian for wireless internet access.
CNC's IT Services have free Office 365 and other cloud services for students and staff.
We encourage and support students from all backgrounds and races at CNC Quesnel. Click here for more information about diversity at CNC (Link to Diversity page).
|Dual Credit for High School Students||
Graduate from high school with your first year of college already complete. Speak to your Career and Trades Program Coordinator to start the process.
External exam invigilation is available on Wednesdays from 9:00 - 12:00 and 1:30 - 7:00. Please telephone the library at 250-991-7509 or email to make arrangements.
For CGA, UBC, SFU, GRE, Law Entrance, OLA, UVIC Distance Ed, and other exam invigilation services. An invigilation fee of $52.50 applies to each exam; the fee is due prior to writing the exam.
Relax in the library, obtain a student ID card, reserve a study room, use the web, access online journals, or choose a book from our varied collection. We house more than 2,000 books and media items. All services are free and open to the public. The Library is open 5 days a week during the academic year.
Located by the library, Media Services provides students and Faculty with short term computer and peripheral equipment loans for presentations and college projects and support for on-site events. Contact Media Services Assistant between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm Monday to Friday, room S136, local extension 7610.
|Student Work Opportunities||
Are you a current CNC/UNBC student who would like to join our on call/casual events set-up list? Duties include setting up chairs, tables, and other staging and equipment. The hours are usually on the weekends (Friday to Sunday), but could also be during the week. The pay is $12.63/hour. To join the list, forward your resume to the campus Administrative Assistant.
|Safe Walk Program||
To ensure your safety we encourage the buddy system. If you’d like to be walked to your vehicle Comark Security provides a patrol at 9:00pm. Please wait between the front doors for assistance.