Coast Mountain College is asking residents of the Northwest to keep an eye on their mailbox over the next few days, that as the roll out of what they hope will be an annual publication makes its way to home across the region.
Titled "CMTN Connection" the 24 page gloss paper publication takes us on a tour of what Coast Mountain College has to offer the communities that it serves.
Among some of its highlights include a Message from Coast Mountain College, President and CEO Dr. Laurie Waye.
As part of the first edition, there is a feature look at the student housing building in Terrace that is capturing attention for its design and function.
Also inside the publication is a review of the economic value for students (and parents) of attending the college with a number of campus locations across the Northwest beyond that of the main campus in Terrace.
One of those locations of course is the Prince Rupert Campus on Fifth Street and a number of the local instructors and programs are included as part of the debut edition for the new publication.
Features for this edition is the Marine Science program, Education Assistant program and the Course offerings related to the Indigenization in Business program.
Taking a look at the publication could also win you an iPad, the college is hosting a contest and all you have to do is log onto the website and enter here. You cab also use that page to learn more about some of the programs offered by Coast Mountain College.
With plans to make the CMTN Connection part of your regular reading routine, Coast Mountain College is seeking some feedback from their debut edition.
You can contact them at email@example.com to share your thoughts
So far there does not appear to be an online version of "CMTN Connection" available, so be sure to check your mail before dropping the week's worth of recyclables into your Blue Bin or making any recycling runs.
Otherwise a trip to the Coast Mountain College library may be an option to catch up on the latest themes from the College.
More notes on Post Secondary Education in the Northwest can be explored from our archive page.