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Douglas College’s coat of arms was revealed to the public on January 21, 2020. The emblem was designed by Coast Salish artist Carrielynn Victor for the college’s 50th year anniversary. The emblem was the first to be completely designed by an Indigenous artist in Canada’s history. The heart in the middle of the emblem is a reference to the college’s motto, “Do what you love.” The crown on top of it is made of cedar, which is a wood material that is local to the area. There is a raven on top of the crest, meant to signify cleverness as the bird represents. There are also two Douglas fir trees surrounding the raven which are meant to signify relation to the college’s name. In the Coast Salish language, below the shield, are the words “Excellence, Knowledge, Passion”. The reference to the Indigenous language is a recognition that the college operates on a First Nations territory.
In January 2012, Global’s 16×9 news magazine aired a story alleging large-scale fraud at Douglas College’s Chinese partner campuses. Some faculty members complained that some Chinese students were unable to speak basic English upon graduation. They alleged mass-scale fraud whereby students were guaranteed to pass their courses through various methods such as black market answer sheets, progressively easier make-up exams, and grade tampering. Robert Buller, a former Dean of Commerce and Business alleged Douglas College President Scott McAlpine said “he needed plausible deniability and he wanted to see and hear nothing” when approached about the issue. Since then, Douglas College and the British Columbia Ministry of Advanced Education completed an independent review of the situation and issued a report. Although the report found “no evidence of academic dishonesty or fraud in the conduct of Douglas College”, it noted specific areas of concerns including lack of oversight in the use of challenge exams. The report stated that “Douglas College would have benefitted from speedier and more thoroughly considered responses” to issues previously identified.