Stepping into a post-COVID world can feel a little weird at first, but there are many things to look forward to this fall to minimize any jitters you may have.
Make New Friends
College is the time and place to meet new people and make new friends from all different backgrounds. All in all, it’s a worthwhile experience, so don't be afraid to introduce yourself to classmates and instructors.
Celebrate Fall Festivities
Whether you're looking to carve pumpkins, host a spooky movie night, get lost in a corn maze, or dress up for Halloween, you've got a lot of options to keep yourself entertained and feeling festive for the fall.
Get Outside & Stay Active
Make the most out of the cooler weather by taking walks in the local parks such as Stanley Park, Burnaby Lake Regional Park, Deer Lake Park, or Holland Park, or hiking one of the many beautiful trails the province has to offer.
Show Off Your Campus
Embrace the beautiful colours! Document the season by getting your friends with the leaves changing colours and falling to the ground create a vibrant scene for your shot. Have fun taking pictures, and don't forget to tag us on social if you do take pictures on campus. Follow us here.
Did someone say sweater weather? The weather has dropped lower, and it now it's time to pull out your oversized hoodies, sweaters, leggings, sweatpants and anything else you like to keep you warm this fall.
Free College Swag
Every year our campuses give out tons of free swag like backpacks, shirts, water bottles, and more. Keep an eye out on our social media channels, and you may just get something too. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Enjoy Seasonal Drinks
It's the season to add some pumpkin spice into your life, or any warm beverage such as hot chocolate or coffee is always a delightful treat to complement the perfect temperatures. Grab your friends and go to the local cafe to treat yourself to a hot chocolate date.
Day Light Savings Ends
Let the clock fall back this season, as you get an extra hour of sleep when daylight savings ends in November.
We hope you get to try some of the activities this fall and stay safe while doing them.