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Where is Northern Lights College?

Northern Lights College has eight campuses. The largest international student program is located on the Fort St. John Campus. However, all of the other campuses welcome international students.

The College region is approximately 325,000 square kilometres in area and is occupied by about 70,000 people. Most of the population lives along the world famous Alaska Highway which begins in Dawson Creek and ends in Fairbanks, Alaska.

How Do I Get To NLC?

Driving time from Vancouver by car is about 15 hours, by bus about 21 hours and by air 1.5 hours.

Fort St. John is served by Air Canada Jazz and Westjet which has several daily flights to Fort St. John direct from the Vancouver International Airport Main Terminal.

Dawson Creek is served by Central Mountain Air, which has daily flights weekdays direct to Dawson Creek from the Vancouver International Airport Main Terminal.

More information about the communities in our region can be found by visiting their websites. Visit the communities of Fort St. John, Dawson Creek, Chetwynd, Fort Nelson, and Tumbler Ridge.

Click here for a summary sheet of what you need to know about Northern Lights College.

 

Please email inted@nlc.bc.ca to obtain more information.

Contact:

Northern Lights College
International Education Department
Box 1000, Fort St. John, BC
Canada, V1J 6K1

Email inted@nlc.bc.ca
Fax 250-785-1294 or 250-787-6224
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