Assiniboine Community College (ACC) has been providing exceptional learning experiences for over 55 years. For staff and students alike, ACC offers unparalleled learning environments and responds well to the demands and requirements of the Manitoba labour market. Instructors follow the philosophy of ‘learn by doing’, combining theory with hands-on learning inside classrooms, labs, kitchens, shops, fields and the college’s Sustainable Greenhouse. ACC is an accredited college with the Government of Manitoba Council on Post-Secondary Education.
Our Victoria Avenue East Campus, North Hill Campus (Len Evans Centre for Trades and Technology, the Manitoba Institute of Culinary Arts and the college's new sustainable greenhouse) and Adult Collegiate are located in Brandon. Our Parkland Campus is located in Dauphin, Manitoba. We also have a campus in Winnipeg that delivers our Practical Nursing program and continuing studies courses. Our college continues to partner with many communities and organizations across the province to deliver customized education and training.
We offer over 40 unique diploma and certificate programs across a variety of disciplines including culinary arts and hospitality, business, agriculture and environment, health and human services, trades and technology. The college also delivers apprenticeship programming in a range of skilled trades disciplines.
Your college experience will be more successful if you have a quiet, comfortable and affordable place to live. We strongly encourage all students to search for housing early and even consider taking up residency as early as August 1 or 15 so you have some time to settle before classes begin in September. Brandon's housing availability is tight, especially when all the college and university students are arriving in September! The college does not have a student residence or housing, or a homestay program.
Brandon University welcomes ACC students in modern residences located approximately three kilometres from the college and there are good bus connections between Brandon University and Assiniboine Community College. For further details on the residence, see their website brandonu.ca/residence or contact the Brandon University Residence Office at 204.727.7394.
We offer over 40 unique diploma and certificate programs across a variety of disciplines including culinary arts and hospitality, business, agriculture and environment, health and human services, trades and technology. The college also delivers apprenticeship programming in a range of skilled trades disciplines. Whether you want to study full-time, part-time or by distance education, ACC offers apprenticeship programs, certificates, diplomas, mature student high school, continuing studies and contract training. The college’s educational delivery is offered through a variety of approaches, including face-to-face, distance and online, blended learning and integrated programs.
Our student advisors will meet with you in-person or over the phone to help you learn as much as possible about the programs we offer and the careers they lead to. Student advisors are also available to answer all your questions about funding, housing, child care and anything else you need to consider before coming to college.
Assiniboine is home to the Assiniboine Community College Cougars women's hockey team. The varsity sports program includes men's and women's volleyball, futsal, and soccer.
Activities include Pool Tournament and Cultural Week. Social Events include Mardi Gras Masquerade, Back in the Saddle (back to school after Christmas break), Son of Sun of a Beach (social), and Freeze Your Rocks Off Curling.
The Ambassador’s Club does a variety of volunteer work for the College and several charitable organizations in and around Brandon. The Agriculture & Environment Club is dedicated to the student’s education and participation in community events. The Students’ Association works with the many different clubs and sub-associations that are established throughout the College to ensure that every student group has an opportunity to have their special and different needs met. This is a very diverse College with diverse student needs. Any group or class wishing to form a club at Assiniboine Community College is requested to meet the Vice President Academic or Executive Director at the Student’s Association Office for details.
Students may use the computers in the library computer centre, logging in with their own college account, to search the Internet, and to use various computer programs available within the College.
Throughout the school year, students are encouraged to participate in the many cultural events taking place on campus. They include: visiting elders program, feasts, elder/student Christmas Luncheon, traditional craft sessions, family BBQ, and guest speakers (Aboriginal artists, leaders, role models).
Assiniboine Community College recognizes that some students have special needs that require physical adaptations to the facilities, or special supports and/or accommodations in their academic program, to allow them fair and equal access to education. Student Services works with students and with the college to ensure that students’ individual needs are met in a pro-active, respectful, and confidential manner. Aboriginal Education Counsellors are also available. Child care is available through Assiniboine Kiddie Kollege.
We welcome visitors to take a tour of any of our campuses. Learn how our classrooms extend beyond the traditional – we have everything from carpentry and automotive shops to agriculture and nursing labs, and state-of-the-art technology. We can schedule individual, groups, or high school class tours – Monday to Friday, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. You can schedule a tour by contacting the ACC recruitment team at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling us directly at 204.725.8750 or 1.800.862.6307 ext 8750
Modified on July 05, 2018