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image by Dean McGee,
26 August 2005
Douglas College is a community college (or junior college) with its main
campus in New Westminster, BC. There is also a
campus in Coquitlam (David Lam Campus). Some
classes are held at Maple Ridge's Thomas Haney
Centre, but this is not considered a "campus" of Douglas any longer.
Douglas' campus in Surrey became Kwantlen College
in 1980. Douglas was founded in 1970, and is named for Sir James Douglas, the
first Governor of the Colony of British Columbia. It currently serves about
9000 students, many of whom use Douglas as a "stepping stone" to
degree- granting universities such as Simon Fraser University and the
University of British Columbia.
Dean McGee, 26 August 2005
Douglas College is a community college in British Columbia.
The flag above has an obsolete logo and is unlikely to still be in use.
In a video of the 2019 graduation ceremony, no school flag was present.
Coat of arms, granted in 2020:
Dave Fowler, 12 May 2020