Event Calendar

Oct
1

NIC’s Library & Learning Commons is hosting a series of workshops on how to use APA citation style in your academic work.

Oct
3

NIC Aboriginal Education is offering Writing Support sessions for students every Wednesday from now until the end of April.

Oct
4

All students are welcome to play soccer and volleyball on a free, drop-in basis. Drop-in nights are held on Thursdays from 6-7:30 pm, on the following schedule:

Oct
16

October 16, 2018 - NIC Foundation welcomes 2018 Scholarship & Bursary student recipients, staff, faculty and donors to its Comox Valley Awards Reception, in celebration of the generosity of our donors and students’ success. 

Oct
17

What is academic integrity, why does it matter and what do I need to know?

Oct
18

On Thursday, Oct. 18 at 10:18 am, NIC will be participating in the Great BC ShakeOut Drill.

Oct
18

Join NIC’s Global Learning Initiative Thursday, October 18 for a screening of the acclaimed documentary Bag It.

Oct
19

Amissa Funk calls her co-op experience at Walt Disney World Resort “a resumé game-changer.”

Oct
25

NIC welcomes Vancouver Island-based painter Scott Bertram as the third speaker in the fall 2018 Artist Talk Series on Thursday, Oct. 25.

Nov
1

Choosing a school and program can sometimes feel overwhelming. Come and learn about NIC, get the answers and support you need to make your choice.

Nov
2

Don't miss the annual Autumn Harvest Dinners on Nov. 2 and 16, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm at the Campbell River campus.

Nov
2

NIC’s Write Here Readers Series continues Friday, November 2 with Vancouver crime novelist Sam Wiebe at the Comox Valley campus.

Nov
14

Join NIC staff and faculty on campus at our annual Parent Info Night.

Nov
23

NIC’s Write Here Readers Series continues Friday, November 23 with young adult author Gabreille Prendergast at the Comox Valley campus.

Jan
19

NIC's Student Leadership Retreat is open to all post-secondary students from across BC and Canada, with the long-term goal of becoming a destination leadership retreat on Vancouver Island for post-secondary students.