The Current is Bow Valley College's employee news gateway. Here you'll find stories that build and to give voice to the College Community. A new edition is released the last Thursday of every month.
As a means of streamlining internal communication sources, The Current will be taking its usual hiatus and relaunching on myCampus in September 2015.
Double the graduation ceremonies, double the celebrations, and double the cake
On May 27, 2015, Bow Valley College welcomed 17 members of the Governor General’s Canadian Leadership Conference.
The downtown campus welcomed over 250 delegates from 20-plus post-secondary institutions.
High school students and BVC ELL learners find out more about the College
In collaboration with Student Affairs, the Intercultural Centre, and the Students Association of Bow Valley College, a new off-campus volunteer program aims to gives back to the local community.
On June 18, Alumni Relations and International Education hosted an intimate gathering from 12 represented countries.
SABVC has committed $200,000 for learners who may need support in finishing their studies.
This year's award goes to practical nursing learner Juliet Morgan.
The annual gatherings bring together donors and award recipients to give thanks and recognition.
Choices campaign gives staff and faculty a way to help learners beyond the classroom.
Calgary Learns presented this year’s Lifetime of Learning Awards to a number of Bow Valley College staff, faculty, programs and learners.
For the second straight year, The City of Calgary and Bow Valley College hosts the Canada Dayyc Powwow on July 1, 2015 at Prince’s Island Park.
On June 5, 2015 President Sharon Carry and VP Anna Kae Todd were adopted into the Blackfoot Confederacy as honorary members.
The College unveiled a new fundraising campaign to overcome barriers for female learners.
With career program students from both schools now able to register for courses themselves and build their own schedules, the advising service is a welcomed addition.
After four years of part-time studies, three learners from the online Legal Assistant Diploma program finally walked the stage at this year’s Spring Graduation.
As part of an overall life safety initiative, Bow Valley College released a video and related materials about campus security.
On May 21 the Intercultural Centre invited learners, faculty, and staff took part in celebrating World Day.
A collection of things that happened around Bow Valley College campus in May and June 2015.
Do you have a story idea for The Current? Submit it here!
Past stories from The Current