Selkirk is a leader in environmental sustainability and has implemented initiatives that improve campus life, surrounding communities and the health of the environment. The college is also home to the Regional Innovation Chair in Rural Economic Development, the Selkirk College Geospatial Research Centre, the Rural Development Institute (in partnership with Columbia Basin Trust) and the MIR Centre for Peace. Selkirk College delivers exemplary teaching and outstanding learning experiences.
Over 125 international students, from more than 20 countries, study in 15+ program areas, and over 100 aboriginal learners study in more than 40 program areas. Selkirk also offers transfer courses that enable students to transfer to a university to pursue their degree. The college is located in a world-class outdoor setting that provides incredible recreational opportunities for students in both their studies and leisure time.