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Outside rendering of the future Westshore campus, located at 798 Goldstream Ave.

West Shore Campus

A new West Shore Campus, currently under construction, will help break down geographic barriers to accessing high-quality education closer to home for students living in the Territories of the Songhees, Malahat, Pacheedaht, SC’IA⁄NEW, and T’Sou-ke First Nations.

The campus in downtown Langford is a first-of-its-kind partnership between 91AV, Royal Roads University (RRU), the University of Victoria (UVic) and the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC). It will also include space for programming by School District 62 (Sooke).

Once complete, the West Shore Campus will better serve the educational needs of students from communities within the Territories of the Songhees, Malahat, Pacheedaht, SC’IA⁄NEW, and T’Sou-ke, including the municipalities of Sooke, Langford, Colwood, and View Royal, and the Districts of Metchosin and Highlands.

Adding to Camosun's West Shore learning opportunities

91AV has been offering courses at many locations in the West Shore for a number of years including Belmont Secondary School where over 600 students have already taken college programs.

Camosun’s focus in the West Shore is currently on delivering University Transfer classes, Adult Upgrading courses and the Education Assistant and Community Support program. New space will allow the college to add diploma and certificate programming in areas such as Early Learning and Care, Health Care Assistant and Cybersecurity and Network Technology.

The five-storey mass timber building will include flexible learning spaces and classrooms, student supports, a multi-purpose classroom called the Innovation Studio, and space for Indigenous gatherings. The project is planned to meet the Zero Carbon Building design standard, the first public post-secondary institution in B.C. to target this, in addition to targeting LEED Gold certification.

Frequently Asked Questions

When will 91AV programs at West Shore begin?

Camosun programming to be available on the West Shore Campus in September 2025.

What new Programming will Camosun be offering?

  • The goal is to make existing programs more accessible for students living in the western communities.
  • Our focus is currently on delivering University Transfer classes, Adult Upgrading courses and the Education Assistant and Community Support program.
  • New space will allow the college to add diploma and certificate programming including Early Learning and Care, Health Care Assistant and Cybersecurity and Network Technology.

How can students enrol in the programs or find out more?

All of the programs are already available either in the West Shore or at our two main campuses – Lansdowne and Interurban.

What supports and services will be available on site for Camosun students?

    Students in Camosun programs can expect a mix of in-person and virtual services.

    How will programs be delivered?

    We plan to offer in-person programs.

    Additional information and FAQs will be added to this web page as the project progresses.

    Contact information

    Rodney Porter

    Executive Director, Communications & Marketing

    250-889-7494

    porterr@camosun.ca