CPC Student Life

Find out what is available for students at Catholic Pacific College 





Council #15574 is a growing and active college council of the Knights of Columbus. On and off campus, this band of brothers offers fraternity to its members and service to the college community. 

Current officers include:

   Grand Knight:  David Anctil

   Deputy Grand Knight:  Curtis Van Noort

   Financial Secretary:  David Baird, Ph.D. cand.

Image from left to right: Royston Grosjean, Supreme Knight Carl A. Anderson, Curtis Van Noort, and David Anctil at the 2015 College Council Conference.




Community Project, Catholic Pacific College Knights of Columbus


Why join the Knights of Columbus?

The Catholic Pacific Student Association is the student-led group that plans both social and devotional events for students at Catholic Pacific College. All Saints, Thanksgiving, and St. Patrick's Day are always notable events. Bonfire nights are also frequently held in the back yard of the college. Check out social media for dates and times of upcoming events. Please contact CPSA president, Anabella Nootebos, to get involved!


University life is a great adventure! It is a time of change and of growth in all aspects of our life. But as with any adventure, there comes some challenges.  

Perhaps you are:

  • Feeling anxious or overwhelmed.

  • Homesick or feeling lost amid all the changes.

  • Struggling with decisions.

  • Wanting to have more motivation.

  • Experiencing difficulties in relationships.

  • Wanting to discover more of your gifts and abilities.

  • Seeking to live more authentically who you are created to be.

You are not alone. As a community we support each other and encourage the integrated growth of our whole person, not only our intellect. However, we sometimes need individual help to live this adventure well.

Jane Waldock has joined the CPC community to help you by providing individual counselling (free of charge) on a regular basis at the College. Jane has an MA (UBC) in Developmental Psychology and a Diploma in Ministry (StFX). She is training to become a PRH Educator, and uses this method in her work with individuals. PRH is an international school of human development committed to help persons overcome challenges and grow to become more who they are created to be.  

Jane Waldock will be at CPC on Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. each week. To make an appointment to meet with her, please contact Jane.

Contact Jane Waldock

Our chaplain, Fr. Lawrence Donnelly, and the local clergy of the Archdiocese of Vancouver, are pleased to provide the following liturgy, devotions, and spiritual direction for the college community and guests:

Celebration of the Eucharist

Mass is celebrated in the Ordinary Form of the Roman Rite (English) from Monday to Thursday from 11 to 11:30 am in the main classroom.

Mass on Sundays is available at local parishes: St. Nicholas', St. Joseph's, and Sts. Joachim and Ann's.

Sacrament of Reconciliation

Confession is available in the Chaplain's office by appointment or from 10:15 to 10:45 am on Mondays and Tuesdays.

Spiritual Direction

Spiritual direction is available from the Chaplain by appointment.

Contact Fr. Lawrence Donnelly


Chaplaincy & Liturgy