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At Coast Mountain College (CMTN) you study, work and play in one of the most spectacular places on earth. Rich in history and culture, come learn and explore with us. 
Student presenting at Coast Mountain College in 2022
  • Coast Mountain College Receives Multi-Year Funding from SkilledTradesBC for Indigenous People in Trades Training

    Coast Mountain College (CMTN) is a recipient of a multi-year grant through SkilledTradesBC’s Indigenous People Trades Training Programs (IPTT). The grant, valued at $573,422, will be distributed over two-years and will support the Cook’s Helper Program in the communities of Gitxaala, Old Masset, and Kispiox (Anspayaxw).

  • Coast Mountain College Engineering and Physical Sciences Department Hosts Solar Home Competition

    On Saturday, June 8th, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Department at Coast Mountain College hosted a competition to see which model home design could retain the most solar heat over a period of time. Projects were submitted by nine groups submitted projects, which included community members, Caledonia Secondary School physics students, and CMTN students and instructors.

  • Coast Mountain College Celebrates 2024 Convocation Ceremonies in Terrace, Prince Rupert, and Smithers

    Coast Mountain College (CMTN) is celebrating the graduating class of 2024. 282 students from all CMTN campuses received their credentials and will cross the stage in three ceremonies beginning in Terrace on Friday, June 7th, followed by Prince Rupert on Friday, June 14th, and Smithers on Tuesday, June 18th.

  • Coast Mountain College on Track to offer Practical Nursing Diploma in October 2024

    Coast Mountain College (CMTN) is on track to bring the Practical Nursing Diploma Program back to the College pending a final seal of approval from the BC College of Nurses and Midwives. Applications are being accepted now for classes commencing in October.


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First Nations student support

We are very proud of our progressive and open relationships with local First Nations bands and governments and our respect for indigenous world view and educational practices.

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