Capilano University (CapU) is a teaching-focused public university based in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, nestled in a natural forested setting on the slopes of the North Shore Mountains, with programming that also serves the Sea-to-Sky Corridor and the Sunshine Coast. Capilano University's academic offerings include nationally and internationally recognized liberal arts, professional, and career programs that lead to degrees, diplomas, and certificates. Capilano University offers 97 programs through 5 faculties: the Faculty of Arts & Sciences; the Faculty of Business & Professional Studies; the Faculty of Education, Health & Human Development; the Faculty of Fine & Applied Arts; and the Faculty of Global & Community Studies. Capilano University offers joint partnerships and projects as part of the university's commitment to international education. It has dual degree and post-graduate programs, as well as developing partnerships with a number of schools abroad. The University provides over 250 scholarships and bursaries for current and returning students. Every student enrolled in a credit program at Capilano University is a member of the Capilano Students' Union (CSU). The CSU is the resident student society of Capilano University and benefits the university and the community by advancing the interests of students. Like other student societies in British Columbia, the CSU's mandate is to advocate for students and provide services and events that improve the student experience. Capilano University's sports teams, The Blues, have won 14 national titles in the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association, and 59 provincial titles in the Pacific Western Athletic Association.