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INSPIRE

It's time to inspire a new era at BCIT. Help us shape the future—for those who will shape our future.

Inspiring a bold new chapter

The largest initiative in our 50 year history, we are transforming the BCIT campus into a dynamic new learning environment where solutions to our most urgent challenges are born, tested and readied for the world.

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Campaign Goals

$450M

Together, we will create over $450 million in infrastructure and education renewal.

$125M

This bold and ambitious campaign to raise $125 million is the largest in our 50 year history and will usher in a new era at BCIT.

“From electricians to radiographers to environmental health officers, every aspect of our lives is touched by BCIT grads.”

Kalpna Solanki
Chief Executive Officer at Environmental Operators Certificate Program
BCIT Alumna, Environmental Health ‘89

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Equipping students for success in tomorrow's world:

98%

OF BCIT DEGREE GRADUATES ARE EMPLOYED

190,000

BCIT ALUMNI WORLDWIDE

5,700

BCIT WELCOMED NEARLY 5,700 INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS FROM OVER 110 COUNTRIES IN 2018/19

$4M+

BCIT RECEIVES $4 MILLION IN RESEARCH FUNDING ANNUALLY TO SUPPORT APPLIED RESEARCH
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BCIT women in trades leading the way on Mott Electric site

August 20, 2021

It isn’t very often that you find a female foreman on a job site. It’s even less often that she’s...

Generous $450K donation to help 100 Indigenous BCIT students embark on trades and tech careers

June 14, 2021

BCIT is pleased to announce a $450,000 donation from the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation, in conjunction with Seaspan and...

BCIT Electrical students can access a new bursary thanks to a $100K gift from former instructor

May 3, 2021

“Walt was the kind of guy who bled BCIT blue,” says Glenn Pellegrin, Program Head, Automation and Instrumentation, BCIT Electrical...

Forging paths: $1M donation from Gene Haas Foundation paves the way for BCIT students through faculty like Indigenous Red Seal Machinist Chelsea Barron

April 16, 2021

Chelsea Barron has an angel. Her name was Angelina. She hunted on horseback, and was a residential school survivor and...

As technological, economic and social change accelerates, the BCIT campus must transform into a learning environment where solutions to our most urgent challenges are born, tested and readied for the world.