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Camosun DECA Maintains Its Strong Competitive Record at 2014 ICDC
International G20 youth summit invites two Camosun delegates
Camosun Business students raise over $39k for charity
No Food Or Open Drinks In The School of Business Computer Labs
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July 9, 2014
Fee Deadline for students enrolled in Summer (7 week courses)

August 4, 2014
British Columbia Day - College Closed

August 5, 2014
Last day to WITHDRAW from most Summer (7 week) courses without a failing grade

August 9, 2014
Last day of instruction for most Spring/Summer (14 weeks) courses.

August 11-15, 2014
Exam Period Spring/Summer (14 weeks) courses.

August 19, 2014
Last day of instruction for most Summer (7 weeks) courses.

August 20-21, 2014
Exam Period Summer (7 weeks) courses.

September 1, 2014
Labour Day - College Closed

September 2, 2014
Most Fall courses start

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International G20 youth summit invites two Camosun delegates

School of Business BBA student Anda Shkodra and Accounting diploma student Tana Chen have arrived in Germany to attend the prestigious G20 Youth Forum 2014 this week.

Anda’s paper, titled “Our Financial Literacy Initiative” discusses a local financial literacy movement for local youth. Tana, an international student from Inner Mongolia, will present her paper titled, “Canadian Economic Impact on International Students.”

Watch for more details as Anda and Tana share their experiences when they return next week! Read more…


Get ready to register for Fall 2014

Step 1: Web declare Beginning April 2, 2014

Step 2. Pay Your Deposit

Use Cam link to pay your non-refundable $175 registration deposit. Deposits must be paid at least one week before your registration date. You may pay your deposit in person but expect lineups at the cashier.

Step 3. Build Your Timetable

  1. Read Your Guide to Online Registration

  2. Prepare for your registration day. Beginning May 20, 2014 you can search for classes on Camlink and build your preferred timetable. Your preferred course selections will be saved to use as a guide to help you actually register in step 4.

Step 4. Register

On your registration date you must use Camlink to REGISTER in your classes.

Step 5. Pay Your Fees

See your fees then pay your fees by the deadlines below. They may be paid using online banking or in person by cash or cheque. Please expect lineups at the cashier if paying in person.

Fall - September 16, 2014
Quarter 1 - October 6, 2014

Camosun DECA Maintains Its Strong Competitive Record at 2014 ICDC

Six Camosun DECA students attended the 2014 Collegiate DECA International Career Development Conference (ICDC) in Washington, DC.  The conference, which took place at the Renaissance Hotel in the US capital April 23-26, hosted more than 1400 post secondary delegates from across North America.

Delegates earned the opportunity to compete in one of  28  individual and team events  offered during the conference.  A sample of the types of events offered include case study competitions in Corporate Finance, Hospitality and Tourism, Business to Business Marketing and Sports and Entertainment Marketing.  Students could also choose to compete in prepared events like Advertising Campaign and Financial Statement Analysis which required the submission of a written prospectus prior to the start of the Conference.  Specifically, Camosun students competed in the following events:

Jeannette Lyle- Accounting (Top 10 Finalist)
Chantal Fillion- Human Resource Management
Matt DeGraff and Duncan Hauser-  Business Ethics (Top 10 Finalist)
Kira Harris and Bob Tiet- Entrepreneurship: Starting Your Own Business

In addition to participating in the competitive events, delegates also attended an industry specific academy which included a variety of guest speakers. 

“Participating in the annual ICDC really helps to build student’s confidence about their preparedness to enter the workforce and provides for a significant experience to add to your resume,” said Bob Tiet- Camosun DECA VP of Marketing.  “Equally important is the networking that happens at ICDC.  I’ve met students and potential employers from across North America.”

For more information, please contact David Noble:

Camosun Business students raise over $39k for charity

Camosun Business students are making a huge difference in the lives of local and global citizens thanks to recent service learning projects that raised over $39,000 in cash donations for local agencies. While the monetary value alone is impressive, there are intrinsic benefits, too, that amplify the value of the selected projects: increased awareness of important community agencies, validation of the services they provide, support for the clients they serve and, from an educational perspective, life-long practical skills that graduates will invest into their future communities and careers.

Hospitality Integrated Events Management—HMGT 286
IMPACT: $19,700 over 1.5 years

Marketing Project Management—Marketing 420
IMPACT: $13,000 in one term

Golf Management
IMPACT: $6,300 in one term

Congratulations to the students, and thank you to the faculty and support staff who provide vision, encouragement, creativity and tremendous insight in the delivery of life-long learning. Read more…

No Food Or Open Drinks In The School of Business Computer Labs

Due to cleanliness issues no food or open drinks are allowed in the School of Business computer labs at any time.

Thank you for your cooperation.

English Help Centre

Help Centre for International English language learners in college-level courses

Open to any international student taking a college-level course in any program.

Please bring your assignment and any working drafts with you.

You can book a 30-minute appointment twice per week
Advice and tutoring for essay organization and structure
Help with grammar
Quiet study space
Computers and printer
Computer and document-formatting assistance
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Visit website for hours at Lansdowne and Interurban or email Robynne Mills.

Ewing 202, Lansdowne Campus

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There are 2 reports (Lans & Int) which provide a 7-day schedule of available classroom space. The report is updated often throughout the day to reflect any room changes.

It is recommended that students check the schedule prior to using the classroom to ensure the space is still available as availability is always subject to change.


School of Business Handbook

Avoiding Plagiarism & APA Referencing

Avoiding Plagiarsim & APA ReferencingThe School of Business values and believes in academic honesty and will work to maintain it.

We feel that we have a responsibility to ensure that every student leaving the school has undertaken their program in an honest way, doing the work that is required and learning what is need to be successful and ethical in their chosen careers.

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CBA Computer Labs

Computer labsCentre for Business and Access (CBA) Labs are available

7 Days a week
7am - 10:30pm

CBA 220 is available for most days for student use.
Please check lab schedule, as there may be the rare booked class.

Students and faculty will be allowed access to the CBA building,
via the card swipe, on all stats, except during Christmas break.

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Money for College! How do I Find it?

You may need to find more than one source of funding to help pay for your education and living costs while attending college. Do you have money saved? Can your parents or other relatives help? Can you work part-time and still maintain your grades? Check out sources of money you don't need to pay back as well as those that need to be repaid:

Government Loans & Grants includes funding sources for full-time and part-time studies.

Bursaries, Scholarships & Awards help those in financial need and reward achievements.

Education Financing & Work Tips

For more information, visit: http://camosun.ca/services/financialaid/

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