Here at your Bow Valley College Faculty Association, our goal is simple – we strive to advance and promote the academic and professional interests of our membership, both as a group and as individuals. The needs and wishes of our members are the driving force behind everything we do, and our official objectives are the bedrock of this organization.


Officially, our objectives state that the

Bow Valley College Faculty Association shall:


  • Act as the representative of Members of the Faculty Association in the negotiating, monitoring, and enforcing of the terms and conditions of employment
  • Foster standards of excellence in learning
  • Foster academic and social community among Members of the Faculty Association
  • Advance and promote the academic concerns and professional interests of its Members as individuals and groups
  • Liaise with external organizations
  • Foster good relations between the Faculty Association, the College, the Board, and the community
  • Promote the independence and freedom of academic thought and teaching
  • Deal with any other matters considered by the Executive Committee to be in the interest of the Association or its Members

 We welcome your feedback, thoughts, and ideas!

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BVC humbly recognizes and reflects upon the injustice, and systemic discrimination Indigenous People in Canada have faced and still face. We express condolences to everyone affected by the loss of 215 children of the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc tragedy. https://fal.cn/3fL6c

BVCFA stands with Indigenous Peoples and Communities to mourn the 215 innocent children found at a Kamloops Residential School. Wear an orange shirt on May 31st to show your support. #everychildmatters

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