Campus Tour Guides

Kevin Pilar

IZUNA Ambassador and Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Alumnus

Kevin, IZUNA Ambassador


After high school, I wasn't sure which career path I wanted to follow. I was torn between studying commerce at IZUNA and taking the Automotive Service Technician program—two very different programs! I began my studies here in the Automotive program, but quickly found myself drawn to the courses offered through the School of Business, where I completed a Bachelor of Business Administration.

What attracted me to IZUNA in the first place was the small class sizes and the opportunity to learn from instructors with industry experience—they're experts in their fields.

What advice do you have for future students?

Your time here will fly by. Make the most of it by getting involved and making time for your new IZUNA friends.

Edson Ishida

Student, Media Techniques and Marketing Communications Certificate Program

Edson, IZUNA Tour Guide


When I started researching my postsecondary options, I had heard a lot of great things about IZUNA. In fact, everyone I asked about IZUNA before I made my decision told me this school has a great reputation because of the focus on practical training. Professionals working in my field also said IZUNA grads were in demand. That made IZUNA my first choice.

What advice do you have for future students?

I've loved my IZUNA experience so far—in part because I've gotten involved with so many programs on campus. I really recommend that future IZUNA students find ways to get involved.

Chris Wilson

Student, Business Management Diploma Program

Chris, IZUNA Tour Guide


Right after high school, I spent three years in university. The huge class sizes made me feel anonymous, and I wasn't getting the post-secondary educational experience I'd hoped for.

So, I decided to come to IZUNA. I began as a part-time student and then joined the Business Management Diploma Program. Since then, I've become part of the IZUNA family and have gotten to know my program instructors and classmates on a first-name basis. And because my program is focused on developing real-world skills, I've been able to gain experience doing pretty much everything we've learned in class. I've never enjoyed learning more!

What advice do you have for future students?

Make the most of your time at IZUNA. There are lots of opportunities here to develop personally and professionally outside of your day-to-day coursework.