Welcome to the Perth Campus. Thank you for taking an interest in our “we may not be big, but we’re small” approach to training and education. Our small, friendly campus of about 350 students, located in Perth, Ontario (also known as Heritage Perth), is situated between Ottawa and Kingston within an hour’s drive from each. Our beautiful campus, located in this lovely setting, enhances your learning by providing a culturally rich community in which to live.
The Perth Campus is well-integrated with the Town of Perth and Lanark County. How? Just a few examples include field placements with local agencies for Social Service Worker students, clinical placements in local facilities for the Personal Support Worker students, volunteering by our Police Foundation Students and opportunities to work in local businesses by our Office Administration–Executive students as well as Business Management and Entrepreneurship students. Interested in one of our trades programs? Perth residents live in energy-efficient houses built by the Construction Carpentry – Advanced Housing students.
Our unique heritage trades programs, which draw students from the local community and from across the world, provide learning in a community that was awarded the Prince of Wales Prize for its continued commitment to preserving its rich architectural heritage. Masonry and carpentry projects completed by students can be found throughout Perth and surrounding Lanark County.
Our rural quintessentially Canadian setting, small student population and small class sizes with lots of one on one attention contribute to a high student success rate in all programs. Come on out and see why our small campus is such a BIG deal.
The Perth Campus is truly a first choice educational destination. Your career options are numerous with ten programs in Business, Health & Community Studies, and Specialty & Heritage Trades.
The housing list for students attending the Perth Campus is available from April to September each year. The list is a compilation of local landlords who offer a variety of accommodations to students: from rooms in people’s homes, to apartments, to houses or cottages for rent. Please find the list posted on our website during the posting dates (April through January): http://www.algonquincollege.com/perth/school-home/current/student-services/student-accommodations/
If you are looking for work or need assistance with developing your career goals, we offers Community Employment Services offers a full suite of free employment services to people of all ages, regardless of your educational level or past work experience. http://www.algonquincollege.com/perth-employment/
The Student Association offers campus activities throughout the year that are designed to promote camaraderie among students while encouraging school spirit and providing opportunity for social interaction.
The Student's Association provides a wide variety of clubs.
Some Services Offered:
• Health and Dental
• Funding for Clubs, Field Trips, Employer Network and Graduation
• Administrative Services such as colour report printing, faxing, resume copies, courtesy phone, emergency hotline, ride board and used books.
• Perth Fitness Zone
• Student Forums
With the increase in technology, Algonquin has continued to provide current services in online learning, blackboard, and our own ACSIS, which allows students to view their information, classes, grades, and more. There is a state of the art computer lab available on campus. Students are given a username, password, e-mail, and Internet access that can be utilized at the College or at home.
The Centre for Accessible Learning (CAL) provides educational support services to students with disabilities applying to or attending Algonquin College. Assistance is available for students who may have a learning disability, be blind or visually impaired, be hard of hearing or deaf/deafened, have multiple disabilities, have a mental health disability, have a head injury; and/or have a physical disability or be mobility impaired.
The International Education Centre ensures that Algonquin College plays a part in Canada's response to the global marketplace and the developing of world's needs for technical, managerial, and vocational training. More than 200 Algonquin staff worked in various countries around the world. In addition, there are international students from more than 70 countries studying at the College. Algonquin has a campus in India and offers programs in Montenegro and China.
You can request a Perth Campus Tour via phone at 613-727-4723 ext. 5601 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The College offers professional counselling, student tutoring, peer support, and a health clinic. The College also has an active Students' Association that supports club activities, a housing program, and an athletics program. The following is a partial list of services and facilities also available at Algonquin: Alumni Association, Health Services, Information Technology Access Labs, Ombudsperson, Prior Learning Assessment, and Student Centre and Athletic Facilities.
Modified on January 03, 2017