CNC Quesnel regional principal Tim Lofstrom speaks during the launch of College of New Caledonia’s new visual identity and brand in March. The Quesnel Campus is hosting a drop-in information session for potential students on Tuesday, June 25. File photo

Potential students invited to College of New Caledonia Quesnel Campus June 25

The college is hosting a drop-in information session Tuesday, June 25 from 2-6 p.m.

Next week, the College of New Caledonia (CNC) Quesnel Campus will be opening its doors to students who may be considering studying at the college.

Potential students are invited to a drop-in information session at CNC Quesnel Tuesday, June 25 from 2-6 p.m.

CNC faculty and staff will be on hand to answer questions about courses and programs to help students achieve their post-secondary goals. Visitors are welcome to a full campus tour, including the science labs, trades shops and nursing lab. They can also apply for fall courses, such as first-year University, Academic Upgrading, and Industry Training. Information will also be on hand about Foundation Trades and Vocational Training in 2020.

For more information, contact Quesnel Campus regional principal Tim Lofstrom at 250-991-7537.

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