Yukon College

YukonU president excited about institution’s potential

Mike DeGagné took over as Yukon University president July 2

 

Yukon University hires director of finance

Yukon University announced in a press release on June 29 that Sheila…

 

YukonU instructor pens letter urging immediate action to address systemic racism

A Yukon First Nations instructor at Yukon University has penned a letter…

 

YC Kids Camps aims to provide fun STEM and trades activities for children

“We’re just very excited and so grateful that Kids Camp programming was approved for this summer”

Yukon College becomes Yukon University

Yukon College has officially become Yukon University, or “YukonU.” The post-secondary institution…

College offers new program to help businesses evolve during pandemic

Businesses will be linked with coaches and experts

Yukon University names new president

Yukon University’s board of governors has named Mike DeGagné as its first…

Territorial and federal governments to help post-secondary students

Federal and territorial governments respond to Yukon Party concerns

Yukon College gets set to host first university convocation

May 8 and 9 will see numerous events marking the establishment of Yukon University

New act allows Yukon College to become Yukon University

The official launch of Yukon University will happen May 8 with a convocation ceremony

More French services coming to Yukon College

The Yukon’s French association and the school have renewed their MOU

Yukon College to offer a bachelor of business administration program in fall 2019

The four-year bachelor is the college’s second-ever degree program.

2019 federal budget promises cash for Yukon College, First Nations, economic development

Over five years, up to $26 million is earmarked for a new science building

Fired Yukon College instructor sues student over sex assault allegations

Charles Stuart is suing a former student over a Facebook post alleging he sexually assaulted her

Indigenous Governance program enrolment at Yukon College meets expectations: dean

Total registration at the college has seen a 15 per cent increase in the last year

Yukon researcher contributes to climate change adaptation report

‘We really worked to weave consideration of different ways of knowing through the report’

AFN national chief candidates make their pitch in Yukon

Four of the five candidates vying for the job attended a forum at Yukon College

Four Yukon researchers awarded total of $45,000

Projects to study forests, community involvement, domestic violence

Yukon College puts computer technician certificate program on hold

The one-year, fully-online certificate program has seen declining enrolment numbers for years

College launches made-in-Yukon Indigenous governance degree

‘This is Yukon’s degree. This is for First Nations, this is for people working with First Nations’