The university detachment of the RCMP and campus security have seized a number of stolen parking permits from students as part of an ongoing investigation into permit thefts.

Campus motorists are reminded that parking permits are non-transferable and should be purchased only from the campus office of Parking and Transportation, Campus Security.

Anyone found in possession of a stolen parking permit will be subject to a criminal investigation, police warn.

Violators will also have their vehicles impounded by campus security and will be assessed outstanding fines and payments for parking privileges.

The debut of Continuing Studies' new Certificate in Internet Marketing program attracted more than twice as many applicants as there were spaces this fall. Continuing Studies will offer a second session in the spring.

"This program has hit a nerve with marketers who see the innovative possibilities for marketing communications and electronic commerce the Internet provides," says William Koty, Manager of Internet Programs for Continuing Studies.

Developed with co-operation from UBC Executive Programs and industry leaders and tailored to working individuals, the program curriculum includes Web instruction, lectures, computer workshops, and individual and team projects.

The registration deadline for the next six-month program is Jan. 16.

A public information session will be held Dec. 4 at 5 p.m. in the Roundhouse Community Centre. Register to attend by calling 604-822-1431. Those unable to attend the information session can receive a free handbook by calling the same number.