Coast Mountain College (CMTN)

Coast Mountain College (CMTN)

Terrace, British Columbia, Canada

Coast Mountain College (CMTN) is connected to place – to rich cultures, rugged landscapes and breathtaking vistas. It is where lifestyle and learning go hand in hand. And experiential learning brings theory to life.

An accredited college tucked away in the coastal mountains of spectacular British Columbia, Coast Mountain College provides its communities with innovative programs and experiential, place-based education. With campuses in Hazelton, Masset, Queen Charlotte, Prince Rupert, Smithers and Terrace, the College is rich with opportunities for connection.

Coast Mountain College provides quality education and a wide variety of post-degree diplomas, associate degrees, Red Seal Trades training, diplomas and certificates. With strong ties to First Nations communities, CMTN emphasizes Indigenous programming with a student body made up of 56% of self-identified Indigenous students.

The First Nations Fine Arts program at Coast Mountain College is the only one of its kind in Canada where artists focus on the northern style of West Coast First Nations art. Intensive summer field school programs combine a full semester of learning into just a few weeks where students experience northwest BC’s incredible history, culture and environment.

Students also take advantage of many adventurous international degree partnerships and study abroad after just one or two years at Coast Mountain College.

Information in this catalogue is subject to change and revision, although at the time of publication it was true and correct. While every effort is made to ensure that the content remains valid for the period covered, changes may occur. The Coast Mountain College website should be referred to for the up-to-date information.


Coast Mountain College is an accredited post-secondary institution that serves the rich and diverse communities and learners of BC’s beautiful northwest region.

Coast Mountain College has five regional campuses serving 34 communities, 21 of which are First Nations communities.

The College provides students with innovative programs that lead to sustainable careers for people in the north.

It provides High-quality affordable education to international students

On campus accommodation



The College provides accommodation to students

The Terrace campus has three, two-floor traditional residence buildings:

Skeena River

Copper River

Nass River

Each building is equipped with a shower room, a TV room, a kitchen area on each floor for light meal preparation

Kitchens include a large fridge and freezer, microwaves, stove, washers and dryers. All residents have access to free wireless Internet. Each room is equipped with a twin bed, study table, and wardrobe.

Accommodations are also available at the Smithers campus

The residence has 20 single occupancy beds with TV’s in each room, shared kitchen, dining hall, shared lounge area with TV, washer and dryer facility and semi-private washrooms.

Link for on-campus housing

Living expenses description

Standard room at $500/month

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