North Island College, as a post-secondary institution, has a responsibility to operate with cost consciousness, integrity and accountability. Consistent with the Accountability Framework for BC’s Post-Secondary Education System, NIC will report publicly on efforts to fulfil its mandate and achieve targeted results and the outcomes of those efforts. The following reports are produced as part of our annual operations to ensure our accountability in meeting our mandate.
Financial reports include budgets, audited financial statements and statements of senior employee compensation for the previous three fiscal years.
Audited Financial Statements
Statement of Financial Information
Senior Employee Compensation Reports
This report represents compensation to all employees whose base salary was $125,000 or more in a fiscal year.
Institutional Accountability Plan and Reports
Public post-secondary institutions in British Columbia prepare an annual accountability document, including a multi-year plan and report. NIC’s Institutional Accountability Plan and Report includes goals, objectives and performance measure results along with information to describe NIC’s role in providing services to our students and communities.
Environmental scans provide context and an overview of NIC, the region and its people. Created in support of the strategic planning process, they include information on student demographics, population changes, educational background and occupational opportunities across the region.
NIC Fast Facts
View the most recent stats about NIC.
Aboriginal Service Plan
Reports to the Ministry of Advanced Education, with an overview of successes and proposed programs and activities for the coming year.
College Highlights Report to the Board
Master Site Plan
Comox Valley Master Site Plan