Yukon College Dawson City

Dawson City Campus

Dawson City Campus

History

The Dawson City Campus, Tr’odëk Hätr’unohtän Zho (Klondike Learning House), was one of  three original Yukon College campuses that opened in 1981.

From that time on it has been housed in various venues around the town including the old liquor store and the old hospital. The campus moved to its own brand new facility In June of 2011 and from there continues to be a hub of activity meeting the educational and training needs of the First Nation Tr’ondek Hwëch’in citizens and the diverse population of Dawson City.


Amenities

  • Distance learning courses
  • Community computer/internet access
  • Hosting community dinner and lunch meetings

Distance & Online Learning

A wide variety of adult upgrading, video-conference, and online courses are available to students at the campus, allowing students to pursue full-time or part-time Yukon College programs.


Ondemand Programs & Courses

Dawson is a thriving community that was built by mining, sustained by culture and tourism and tended by government. The campus supports these sectors by providing various programming in a number of areas.

  • Adult basic education skills
  • College prep level courses
  • A variety of short and long term training programs are offered with a priority given to Trades training to meet local employment needs.

Finally, through the Dawson Campus' affiliation with the Klondike Institute of Art and Culture (KIAC) and the Yukon School of Visual Arts (YSOVA), its sister campus, dozens of artistic, creative and special interest options are available to community members all year round.