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Parksville’s Tagen Marshall with his new van, ‘Vinnie’, picked up last week after a successful fundraising campaign. (Submitted photo)

New $90K van ‘opens doors’ for ambitious Vancouver Island University student

WOLF: Parksville’s Tagen Marshall continues to inspire

 

Physical forces conspire against Dustin Haracka and his ‘Batmobile’ as he tries to navigate a downhill slalom course during the first Vancouver Island University Engineering Soapbox Race on Thursday, April 7. (Chris Bush/News Bulletin)

Nanaimo engineering students come to grips with gravity at soapbox derby

VIU Engineering Club holds race day, hopes to make it an annual event

 

Members of the Ladysmith Show n Shine committee as well as from the Pacific Coast Mustang Association presented a check for $2,500 to Vancouver Island University on January 13th. The donation is to go towards a student, attending V.I.U., taking an automotive technician oriented program. (Vancouver Island University photo)

Ladysmith Show n Shine donates extra funds to VIU technician program

The 2021 show was the most successful event the organization has seen, according to vice-chair

 

Colleen Price, Vancouver Island University’s bachelor of science in nursing program chairperson, says she is impressed with how students have persevered through the COVID-19 pandemic. (Chris Bush/News Bulletin)

Next generation of B.C. nurses already showing resilience

University program head says learning had to be adjusted amidst pandemic

Colleen Price, Vancouver Island University’s bachelor of science in nursing program chairperson, says she is impressed with how students have persevered through the COVID-19 pandemic. (Chris Bush/News Bulletin)
B.C. Premier John Horgan was at Nanaimo’s Vancouver Island University on Friday for an announcement that will see tuition waived for former youths in care. (KARL YU/News Bulletin)

B.C. to offer free tuition for young adults raised in foster care

B.C. Premier John Horgan announced an expanded tuition waiver program Friday in Nanaimo

B.C. Premier John Horgan was at Nanaimo’s Vancouver Island University on Friday for an announcement that will see tuition waived for former youths in care. (KARL YU/News Bulletin)
Vancouver Island University has passed its budget for the fiscal 2017-18 year. It includes a two-per cent increase in tuition. (News Bulletin file)

VIU approves two-per cent increase on tuition, student fees

More than $9-million shortfall offset by international student tuition

Vancouver Island University has passed its budget for the fiscal 2017-18 year. It includes a two-per cent increase in tuition. (News Bulletin file)