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An aerial view of a modern building nestled against huge west coast cedars. There are hills of forest in the background.

Our Campuses

Our two campuses,Lansdowne and Interurban, serve thousands of learners a year.

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a map of all Camosun college campus and satellite locations

Lansdowne Campus

Interurban Campus

Historical Lansdowne campus sits high on the corner of Lansdowne and Foul Bay Roads. On clear days the viewof downtown Victoria and the Olympic Mountains are spectacular.

Lansdowne

The Interurban campus rests in a rural Saanich setting, a short 15-minute drive from downtown. There are woods and severalhiking trails you can access from campus.

Interurban

Off-Campus Sites

In addition to the main campuses, Camosun offers upgrading, Continuing Education, and credit courses at two other locations in Greater Victoria:Belmont Secondary Schoolin Westshore and theCamosun Coastal Centreon Songhees First Nation territory.

Camosun also offers specialized programming inIndigenous communities and through local agencies.

The land on which we live, work and learn

Seeking knowledge in these territories

ɫ is located in the City of Victoria on the southern tip of Vancouver Island. With deep respect and gratitude, ɫ acknowledges these as the Traditional Territories of the Esquimalt, Lekwungen (Esquimalt and Songhees), Malahat, Pacheedaht, Scia’new, T’Sou-ke and W̱SÁNEĆ (Pauquachin, Tsartlip, Tsawout, Tseycum) peoples. Camosun learners, instructors, support staff and leadership are all enriched by the friendship and gracious welcome extended by our traditional hosts and by the beauty of the land on which we live, work and learn.

Natsamaht Indigenous place and Totem pole on campus

Resembling a huge cedar hat and perched on top of the slope overlooking Lansdowne Road, Na'tsa'maht is a gathering place. Na'tsa'maht, a Salish phrase, means "unity or working together as one".