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Closure notice: September 19 is a National day of mourning in honour of Queen Elizabeth IINews

The Federal Government has declared September 19 as a day of mourning in honour of Queen Elizabeth II to coincide with her funeral in London, U.K. The Province of BC has followed suit recognizing this day as a public holiday.   In recognition of the Prime Minister’s announcement and based on the direction of the […]

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Scholarships Available for Winter 2023News

We are pleased to accept applications for the following scholarships for the Winter term (January 2023). These scholarships are open to first- and second-year students of Corpus Christi College and St. Mark’s College. The application deadline for scholarships is November 29, 2022.     Kristian Domingo Award - $1100 Eligibility A Year 2 returning student […]

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Coming to the rescue: Corpus alumnus volunteers to battle B.C. wildfiresNews

“Why shouldn’t I help out? I feel a sense of community and responsibility toward my country. I can make an impact. I can help.”   B.C.’s tremendously challenging 2021 wildfire season saw 1,642 wildfires, thousands of evacuated residents, nearly 8,700 sq. kms. of land burned (the third worst on record) and, for added measure, a […]

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Announcing the newest Circle of Fellows Scholarship winnersNews

Corpus Christi College is delighted to welcome six new Junior Fellows – the largest group of Circle of Fellows scholars in the award’s history. Junior Fellows in the Circle of Fellows scholarship program are dedicated, empathetic team players who have the vision and desire to change the world for the better. The newest cohort of […]

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Celebrating the Class of 2022: Convocation Photos and Student AddressNews

At Convocation on May 14, 2022, Corpus Christi College awarded the Associate of Arts degrees and welcomed a new group into our community of alumni. Following the ceremony, the courtyard outside St. Mark's Chapel buzzed with energy as friends and family took photos, shared smiles and laughs, and enjoyed time together. This was an especially […]

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INSPIRE Leadership students make their mark on the worldNews

“What are you waiting for?” At the beginning of each year, Gabriel Pillay poses this question to students in the INSPIRE Leadership program. More than a question, it is a call to action. At the INSPIRE Leadership Celebration on April 28, students showed how they answered that call. Throughout the year-long Leadership program, students are […]

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COVID-19 Update: Mask PolicyNews

On Thursday, March 10, BC Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry announced a change to the face coverings order, effective Friday, March 11. Corpus Christi-St. Mark’s College announced on the Thursday that everyone should continue to wear their masks until the Colleges made a formal decision. In line with UBC’s decision, Corpus Christi and St. […]

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COVID-19: Mask use for indoor spaces at Corpus Christi-St. Mark’sNews

Today, Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry announced the end of the face coverings order effective Friday, March 11, 12:01 a.m. The latest changes indicate that individual organizations can choose to continue to require mask wearing on their premises.   With this change coming quickly, Corpus Christi-St. Mark's will continue with the current approach of […]

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COVID-19: Free rapid test kits available for students, faculty and staffNews

Corpus Christi-St. Mark’s has received a one-time shipment of self-administered rapid antigen rests from the Provincial Health Services. These tests have been given to Corpus Christi-St. Mark’s to support the continuity of on-campus learning, instruction, and operations. All in-person students, faculty and staff are eligible for one test kit. Each test kit contains five single-use […]

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ACCUC Statement on Russia’s Invasion of UkraineNews

The Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities in Canada (ACCUC) is both dismayed and horrified to learn of the unprovoked invasion of Ukraine by Russia. This illegal invasion has already resulted in needless violence, displacement, and death. The conflict is escalating quickly resulting in further casualties and destruction. At this dire hour, the ACCUC stands […]

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