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Founded in 1975

Founded in 1975

Northern Lights College

Founded in 1975

Founded in 1975

Northern Lights College

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Northern Lights College

Northern Lights College serves an area covering more than 324,000 square kilometers in northern British Columbia.

NLC opened in 1975, and has campus locations in Chetwynd, Dawson Creek, Fort Nelson, Fort St. John, and Tumbler Ridge, along with access centres in Atlin and Dease Lake.

NLC is a member of British Columbia Colleges (BC Colleges), a provincial group comprised of 11 colleges from throughout the Province of British Columbia. 

BC Colleges has a unique regional advantage and a long history of collaboration with industry, employers, communities, and policymakers.

This collaborative approach allows BC Colleges to graduate highly skilled workers who are equipped to support their families, build healthier communities and power the economy in all regions of British Columbia.

At NLC, you will be provided with the training and education to:

  • proceed to further education at the college or university level,
  • enter a specialized area of the workforce,
  • step directly into one of 15 different trades and apprenticeships,
  • upgrade your skills or course credits, or
  • begin a career in the helping or teaching professions.

On-campus accommodation

Campus(es) list based on university info

Dawson Creek Campus

Residence fee Duration

$4,290 CAD

UP to $9,116
33
weeks

Fort St. John campus

Residence fee Duration

$4,290 CAD

UP to $10,354
33
weeks

Off-campus accommodation

annual rent in Dawson Creek based on univly research

Couple

Shared house

$5,100 CAD

Single

Shared house

$3,396 CAD

Family

Entire house

$10,200 CAD

Facilities

  • Bookstore
  • Daycare
  • Internet access, computer labs, and charging stations
  • Cafeterias
  • Library
  • Spa and Salon
  • Athletics
  • Health and Well-being

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