About Catholic Pacific College

Born from the heart of the Church, Catholic Pacific College offers a solid liberal arts education that enables students to engage with the great thinkers of the past and present, and to learn the truth that the Church has proposed down through the centuries. 

CPC Sections of TWU Courses at the Glover Road Campus

CPC enjoys a unique partnership with Trinity Western University, providing students a solid foundation in the liberal arts, taught from a Catholic perspective, as they work their way towards an undergraduate degree in any one of the 45+ undergraduate majors offered by TWU. Students at CPC can concurrently pursue a Catholic Liberal Arts Certificate, a Catholic Education Certificate, a Catholic Theology Certificate, or a Catholic Studies Minor, while undertaking their course of studies at TWU.

CPC's sections of TWU courses are taught at the Glover Road Campus, nestled next to the Salmon River creek near historic Fort Langley. Over a hundred students currently call Catholic Pacific College home as they pursue their choice of degree programs at TWU. The Glover Road Campus has been affectionately nicknamed by students as the Catholic Pacific “cottage”, because of the cosy old house where we come together as a community.

Liberal Arts Diploma Program at the Walnut Grove Campus

Recently, CPC announced that it will be launching its very own Liberal Arts Diploma program in September of 2016. With the new program, priced affordably, CPC will serve the broader Catholic community in the lower mainland and reach a global audience of students. The program will be delivered at the new parish centre at St. Nicholas' in Walnut Grove, Langley, BC. 

A Brand of Trust

Catholic Pacific is one of only two colleges in Canada who are on the coveted list of Catholic colleges recommended for fidelity and excellence by The Cardinal Newman Society, and published in The Newman Guide to Choosing a Catholic College.

CPC was accredited by the Private Career Training Institutions Agency of BC on February 9, 2016. On September 1, 2016, PCTIA became the Private Institution Training Branch under the BC Ministry of Advanced Education. CPC is a PTIB designated institution and can be found in the Private Institution Training Directory