Two BCIT Grads Reinvent the Global Workforce While Creating Socioeconomic and Environmental Impact 

What comes to mind when you think of traditional accounting firms? Taxes? Audits? Stress-induced cardiomyopathy? What if I told you there’s a firm that specializes in performing more operational accounting and financing for companies, rather than just filing taxes or auditing clients? Sounds too good to be true, but there is one! For several years…

On Labs and Life: Insights from an Electrical Engineering Student

Interview with Vrishank Prabhu  There’s a reason why industries favour BCIT graduates—BCIT programs provide rigorous hands-on training to fuse theory and practice. It’s a learning model that’s especially useful for gaining relevant skills needed in the workforce. And the opportunity to get hands-on experience is exactly what brought Vrishank Prabhu to the Bachelor of Engineering…

BCITSA Food Support Hub

Community FridgePrice: Free | Conditions: None Compared to the Food Pantry, the Community Fridge can be an even lower-barrier way to access support because it does not require any identification. Anyone is free to take what they need and give what they can. Students can find the Community Fridge near the Food Pantry on the…

Discover Your BCIT Student Association

During your educational journey at BCIT, you are part of a safe, accessible, and respectful environment that fosters your growth and learning. The BCIT Student Association (also known as the BCITSA or the SA) plays a huge part in cultivating this space for you. The BCITSA is a non-profit, student-funded organization run by your fellow…

Exploring Our Burnaby Campus

Mi Chap Tukw: The Indigenous Gathering Place or Mi Chap Tukw, meaning “a home away from home,” is a welcoming and safe space open to everyone at BCIT, including families. Located at SW1 (room 1521), Mi Chap Tukw is here to celebrate the richness and beauty of Indigenous culture, as well as to nurture a…

New Student Patio is Open!

Burnaby Building SE2, 3rd Floor  *The food pantry is a BCIT Student Association initiative in partnership with the Greater Vancouver Food Bank. The goal is to bring fresh food to the Burnaby Campus for students facing food insecurity.   Visit bcitsa.ca/food-support/ to learn more!