Changes to Winter 2017 Timetable


Before you register, please consult the most recent Winter 2017 timetable (dated December 7), as there have been several changes in the past two weeks.

Of interest, please note the following changes:

  • Physics 118 is now section 15 (meeting Tuesday & Friday from 2-4pm)
  • French 101 is now section 14 (meeting Monday from 2-5pm and Thursday from 2-4pm)
  • Math 225 is now section 8 (meeting Monday & Thursday from 8-10am).
  • English 100 section 19 is now meeting three days a week (Tuesday & Friday from 6-8pm and Wednesday from 6-7pm).

Other changes and additions may also affect your choice of classes.

In addition to these changes, students are now responsible for selecting their own Lab time if taking a Science Lab course.

To download a copy of the most recent timetable, with instructors, click here: winter-2017-time-table-updated-dec-7-2016

This document will be updated when we have more information.

Double Probation Information

Double ProbationIf your semester GPA was below 1.7 for two consecutive semesters i.e. in the Summer semester (May – August 2016) and the Fall semester (September – December 2016), you are on Double Probation and you are blocked from registration.

If you wish to register for courses in the Winter 2017 semester, you must appeal by completing the form below.  The Appeal Committee will review your application and decide whether to allow you to register.

If you are unsure about how to write an appeal and need assistance, you can meet with a counsellor on December 13, December 14 and December 15 at 1pm in Room 312 to get more advice or learn about other options.

To submit your appeal, go to this link:

When completing the appeal form, please consider and include the following information:

  1. Why you have not performed up to the Columbia College standards;
  2. Why you believe that you can achieve better grades next semester;
  3. Include medical or other documentation that will support your appeal by e-mailing
  4. Include any other information that may be relevant to your appeal.
  5. You will find out the outcome of your appeal in your college e-mail in the morning of the day after your appeal.

The deadline to appeal is Friday, December 16 at 2pm.

Please make sure that the form is complete before pressing submit.

Triple Probation

If your GPA is below 1.7 for three consecutive semesters (Winter 2016, Summer 2016 and Fall 2016) then you are on triple probation.

You should register at another college.  If you feel that there were extenuating circumstances for your performance, come to Student Services to see a counsellor.

Upcoming Activities for January 2017

Here is a list of our awesome activities upcoming in January.

Tickets will be available from the first week of the new semester.

CoCo Club Fair – 3F Student Lounge – Wed & Thu 11/12th January (12.00-2.00PM)picture1

Get information for clubs that you can join at Columbia from Soccer, Cricket and Bhangra to Entrepreneurship and Debate club there is a club for everyone. Sign up to receive info on clubs that will excite your imagination and meet new friends. Anybody keen on leading a club or starting a new one should come and see Alex in students services. Almost all the clubs are FREE to join.

Ice Hockey – Vancouver Canucks v Predators , BC  Place, 17th January (7.00PM)

Tickets $30 from Student services

Ice-Hockey is Canada’s national sport and the Vancouver Canucks are the city’s only professional sports team. For our last two visits the Canucks a have come from behind toi win twice, scoring 9 goals in total. We are lucky charms. Tickets are less than half price for you guys as we charge only $30. Tickets are available from Student Services.

NHL: Preseason-Vancouver Canucks at Calgary Flames

Cypress Mountain Ski/Snowboard Trip –   Sun January 22nd (9.00AM-till you drop)

Tickets $50 from Student services

This Trip will be a purely snowboard and skiing trip to the nearby Cypress Mountain. For $50 boarders and skiers will receive transport to and from Vancouver and the lift pass for the day. Those requiring rentals will be able to do so once at the resort. If you already have a pass for Cypress join us there or pay just $10 for the bus rides. Snow lovers can spend as little or as much time on the mountain as they wish.


Try for $5! Bowling and Pizza – Tuesday 24th, January (7.00PM-8.00PM)

$5 Ticket from Student services

Yes, you read it right. 1 hour bowling and pizza for $5. This is the first of our monthly ‘Try for $5’ activities, where you can try an activity for just $5. This is an awesome deal for new bowlers and experienced bowlers alike (or for people who just love Pizza!). Come enjoy yourselves and make some new amigos.










CoCo Welcome Party – Fri January 27th, Boston Pizza, 7.00-10.00PM  

Let’s welcome in the new semester with a drinks and Pizza party at Boston Pizza near BC Place. We will have our own floor with a live DJ, Pizza and drinks. Over 19’s will be able to purchase alcohol from a cash bar. Mix with new and old students and have some fun! This is a great chance to meet people and enjoy yourself.


Whistler-1 Day Tour –

Sun January 29th (8.00AM-7.00PM)

By popular demand……

Tickets $40 from Student services

This is a sightseeing trip with optional extras like tubing, zip-lining, bungee and ATV treks. This tour is with WestTrek who make the tours exciting & fun with non-stop action. Here is an itinerary of the trip to tickle your fancy……

“8:15am – Depart from Waterfront Station meeting point and head north along highway 99–also known as the Sea-to-Sky highway. Our first stop is Shannon Falls near Squamish, BC to view the 335m high waterfall. The drive continues and we climb up into the mountains.

10:30am – Arrive at Whistler Village, which has an elevation of 670m. Your guide will take you on a walking tour of the village and then give you free time to explore on your own or take part in one of the amazing optional activities. Go play in the snow and then warm up with hot cocoa.

5:15pm – Depart Whistler to make our way back to Vancouver.

7:00pm – Approximate arrival time back in Vancouver”



Hi Everyone,

I need anyone who wishes to lead a club next year to come see me. If you have an idea or a new club or wish to be the leader of an existing one please come see me in student services or send me an email to discuss.

If you want to start a club that celebrates the culture or language in the place that you come from that would be a great idea. There are a few new clubs that I am looking to start next year that will need leaders to help me organize.

Boxing, Yoga, Climbing, Chess, Ski/Board, Golf, Health & Fitness, Drama, Squash/Racketball, Fashion & Design

All leaders receive a certificate from the college at the end of the semester and will attend a leaders dinner. This kind of experience looks fantastic on your resume.

Good luck with your exams and have a wonderful Winter vacation!