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New Caledonia has campuses in Vanderfhoof, Fraser Lake, Fort St. James, Valemount, Burns Lake, Mackenzie, Quesnel, and Prince George. Its almost 118,000 kilometers of land more than makes up 12% of the province. New Caledonian students can transfer their credits to Royal Roads University, University of North Columbia, Thompson Rivers University, University of Victoria, Simon Fraser University, and University of British Columbia. The Student Residence in the Prince George Campus is the housing accommodation for students who plan to live on the campus. It has 92 private rooms, and comes with a small fridge, sink, oven, mini kitchen with microwave, bed, lamp, chair, desk, and closet. Most of the rooms share one bathroom with another room, and there are also four rooms that can be used by students with disabilities.
The College of New Caledonia offers the following services to students: Aboriginal liason (Burns Lake), Aboriginal Resource Centre (ARC) (Prince George), Adult Education Centre (Vanderhoof, Fort St. James, Fraser Lake), Ashurst Children's Centre (Burns Lake) Licensed community daycare centre, Bursaries and scholarships, Cafeteria (Prince George), Campus tour (Prince George), Career Centre (Vanderhoof), Centre for Student Success (Prince George), Chaplaincy, Children, family and community programs (Burns Lake), Cinema CNC (Prince George), College Store (Prince George, small store also at Burns Lake campus), Counselling and Advising (Prince George), Deli (Prince George, Dental Clinic (Prince George), Disability Resource Centre (Prince George), Employment opportunities at CNC, Financial Aid (Prince George), Get help with student loans, or apply for bursaries and scholarships; Food Services; Fundraising Society; Health and Safety; Information Technology Services (Prince George); Kodiaks Restaurant (Prince George); Library (in Prince George, Burns Lake, Mackenzie, Quesnel, Valemount, and Vanderhoof; Media Services (Prince George); Online learning (Mackenzie); Orientation; Parking; Recreation (Prince George) Work out in the weight room, play squash, or take classes in Pilates, Tai Chi, or dance. Or, play intramural basketball, floor hockey, or soccer; Residence (Prince George); Room Finder; Room Bookings (Prince George); Security and First Aid; Student Employment Services (Prince George); and Students' Union.
Students who are into recreational activities can take advantage of the following: Health and Wellness, Intramurals, Outdoor Recreation, Clubs, Forms, and Bouldering Wall.
The College has a broad range of awards that are given to deserving students. The awards are categorized into four divisions: Business Division, College Foundations Division; Health Science & Social Service Division; Open Awards, Technology Division, Trades Division; and University Transfer Division.
Prince George is the largest city in northern British Columbia. With 1600 lakes and rivers, four ski hills and hundreds of miles of hiking, biking and cross-country trails within a day of town, Prince Georgians are what you might call fanatical about their recreation.
In Prince George. wood drives the local economy, with forestry, plywood manufacture, numerous sawmills and three pulp mills as major employers and customers. The Mountain pine beetle epidemic has resulted in a short term boom in the forest industry as companies rush to cut dead standing trees before they have no value. Sawmill closures and the creation of 'supermills' is already being seen in the area and more closu res are expected. Mining exploration and development may become the future of Prince George.