Founded 1903 as Victoria College in affiliation with McGill University, acquired present status and title 1963.
- Continuing Studies Department/DivisionFields of study: Adult Education, Arts and Humanities, Business Administration, Canadian Studies, Community Health, Continuing Education, Dentistry, Distance Education, Environmental Management, Fine Arts, Foreign Languages Education, French, Health Sciences, Heritage Preservation, Indigenous Studies, Museum Management, Native Language, Occupational Health, Public Relations, Tourism
- Graduate Studies FacultyFields of study: Anthropology, Applied Linguistics, Art History, Asian Studies, Astronomy and Space Science, Biochemistry, Biology, Business Administration, Chemistry, Child Care and Development, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Curriculum, Economics, Educational Psychology, Electrical Engineering, English, Environmental Studies, French, Geography, Germanic Studies, Greek (Classical), History, Indigenous Studies, Information Sciences, Italian, Latin, Law, Leadership, Linguistics, Marine Science and Oceanography, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Microbiology, Music, Nursing, Pacific Area Studies, Peace and Disarmament, Philosophy, Physical Education, Physics, Political Sciences, Psychology, Public Administration, Russian, Social and Community Services, Social Work, Sociology, Spanish, Statistics, Theatre, Visual Arts, Writing
- Humanities FacultyFields of study: Asian Studies, English, Ethics, European Studies, Film, French, German, Germanic Studies, Greek (Classical), History, Indigenous Studies, Italian, Latin, Linguistics, Medieval Studies, Mediterranean Studies, Pacific Area Studies, Philosophy, Religious Studies, Slavic Languages, Social Studies, Spanish, Women's Studies, Writing
- Law FacultyFields of study: Law
- Academic year: September to August (September-December, January-April, May-August)
- Requirements: Secondary school certificate or recognized foreign equivalent
- Students allowance: Co-ed