Community Colleges surrounding the Greater Toronto Area

 

Conestoga College

Conestoga has risen to become one of Canada's premier polytechnic institutes. For nine of the last ten years independent research has named Conestoga as the number one publicly funded college in Ontario. The largest campus (Doon) in Kitchener offers a full range of programming. The Waterloo campus is a centre of excellence for skilled trades and culinary. The Guelph campus has emerged as a provincial leader in motive power trades. Smaller campuses are also located in Stratford and Cambridge offering academic upgrading and career-focused programs

 

Durham College

More than 80 programs and courses are offered through the schools of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship, Skilled Trades & Technology; Business; Career Development & Continuing Education; Communication Arts; Design; Emergency Services; Health & Community Services; Information Technology; Integrated Studies and Justice

 

Mohawk College

Each year Mohawk College averages approximately 10,000 full-time students, and 40,000 part-time students. The most popular programs include, Engineering Technology, Skilled Trades and Business. Mohawk College also has a well known Nursing program, a joint program with McMaster University. The Brantford campus' Department of Public Safety and Security studies is well known and held in high regard for its Law Enforcement programs Police Foundations, Corrections, and Law and Security

 

Niagara College

Niagara College has 6,000 full time students and more than 15,000 Continuing Education registrants annually, the college offers 70 post-secondary diploma and graduate certificate programs, two bachelor degree programs, and skills and apprenticeship training programs. The Welland campus is home to programs in technology, communications, health and community, policing and public safety and automotive. The Niagara-on-the-Lake campus provides state-of-the-art facilities and "living labs" for the environmental, horticulture, hospitality and tourism, and business programs

 

Sir Sandford Fleming College

Fleming's two main campuses, Sutherland and Frost, are located in central Ontario's Kawartha Lakes region, just 130 km northeast of Toronto. Each main campus occupies 80 hectares of green space, offering modern, on-campus residence accommodations as well as teaching and recreational facilities. Peterborough offers students urban convenience and relaxed living with a wide range of courses including the skilled trades. Lindsay, about 30 km away, provides an ideal setting for students at our School of Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences

 

Other Community Colleges

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