Mohawk College offers programs leading to certificates, diplomas, and degrees. There are also courses in re-training, co-operative education, skilled trades, and apprenticeships, as well as general and specific interest continuing education. The college has entered into many partnerships in training and technology to make it more valuable to the students and the community at large.
The college was first established in the 1960s with the idea to provide a college to service the needs of the changing communities. It would become a post-secondary institution that would offer a new vocational training option, one that would bring educated and trained graduates beyond post-secondary directly into the labour force. The name Mohawk College reflects the special nature of a large area of Brant County, including the Six Nations and New Credit Reservations, the city of Brantford, part of the adjacent region of Haldimand-Norfolk, and the county of Wentworth.
We offer a range of programs to suit the needs of different learners. These programs include Co-operative Education, Continuing Education, Engineering Technology, Health Sciences and Human Services, Business, Applied Arts, and Media Studies.
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Mohawk's four-storey residence is just steps away from the Student Centre at Fennell Campus. The residence facility is equipped with a fitness centre, several study lounges, TV lounges, laundry facilities, bike storage, meeting rooms, a movie lounge, and the space to house up to 342 residents. Each fully furnished suite offers two private bedrooms (complete with double bed, TV, phone, and Internet access), a shared kitchenette (with microwave and refrigerator), and a shared three piece bathroom. The residence has 24 hour security, including guest sign in policies, resident advisor staff, and a live-iin manager. For more information, please call (905) 385-3200 or visit the website.
The Off-Campus Housing Office provides personal assistance and listings of available accommodations to help students looking for a place to live. Service is available at the Student Life Office. Online listings are available on the website.
Semester Start, our new orientation is for both new and returning students. It is four lively days filled with helpful information on how to enjoy a successful year at the college. There will be introductory classes with professors, information sessions on financial aid, and a meet and greet with the college and Student Association Presidents, among other events. Weeks of Welcome, our social orientation has barbecues, live entertainment, welcome booths, campus recreational activities, and varsity try-outs, and Frosh Fest.
At the Mohawk Job Centre, we provide a free job posting service to employers, students, and graduates; personal job search support for students and graduates, and in-class presentations on job search topics for faculty.
The Athletics and Recreation Department offers a diverse blend of programs and services including fitness, recreation, intramural, varsity, and special events in co-operation with the Students' Athletics Committee (SAC). Athletic facilities at Mohawk College include two gymnasiums (intramural basketball and volleyball courts, badminton courts, and fitness areas with free weights and cardio equipment), outdoor facilities (slo-pitch diamond, multi-purpose playing field, and paved recreation play pad), and the state of the art Residence Fitness Centre (cardio theatre, aerobics, plate loaded and adjustable stack equipment, dumbbells, cable column, televisions, stability and bosu balls, certified personal trainers, and aerobic instructors).
Mohawk students enjoy a variety of events put on by the Mohawk Students' Association. Events include comedy shows, concerts, Alcohol Awareness Week, and special guests, such as Damion the Hypnotist. The Arnie Lounge and Campus Cove Entertainment Centre are also great places to meet new friends and relax after classes. The Arnie Lounge acts as a general purpose room during the day, then transforms into the best dance pub and concert venue in the city at night! Also located at the Student Centre is The Cellar, a restaurant where you can enjoy lunch, listen to good music, enjoy a beverage, and hang out with friends.
Get involved in Mohawk student life! Students can join or even start their own clubs and societies. Our clubs include MANOS - the Anime Club, Science and Technology Club, Mediterranean Club, Young Liberals Club, Desi Association, and Electrotech Club. Students can also contribute to The Satellite, a weekly student newspaper or join C101.5 FM Mohawk College Radio. Our radio station broadcasts information programs, music specialty shows, and a Top 30 countdown.
There are open access labs and work stations at all major campuses. Students have unlimited access to the Internet from any computer attached to the College network.
The McIntyre Theatre is an accessible venue that accommodates 1,039 people and has a wheelchair seating capacity of six people. A number of musical and theatrical performances are held there every year.
Disability and Aboriginal student services are available. Mohawk College is committed to providing persons with disabilities fair and equal access to educational programs, services, and facilities. Disability Services works in collaboration with students, faculty, and support staff to identify and implement strategies for all students to have an equal opportunity to achieve their educational goals. The Aboriginal Education Council aims to ensure access to and the delivery of quality programs and services in an environment designed to contribute to the well being and the quality of life for Aboriginal Peoples. The service fosters a supportive learning environment to encourage self empowerment.
Mohawk College offers joint degree programs with McMaster and Conestoga College. Mohawk has established and is developing agreements with institutions, such as Laurier Brantford - Wilfrid Laurier University, Brock University, Lakehead University, Athabasca University, University College of Cape Breton, University of Western Sydney, University of Michigan - Flint, and Buffalo State.
Mohawk College has been active in international education for over 20 years. Students from around the world have contributed to and benefited from their education experience at Mohawk College. While the College is required to give preference to Canadian citizens and landed immigrants, many of our programs remain open to international students. For inquiries, please contact the International Education Services Department at (905) 575-2136 or by fax at (905) 575-2362.
Come to Mohawk College to see what we have to offer. Campus tours can be booked online on the website.
Mohawk College has many services and resources to support and promote student success. There is a health clinic, library, counselling services, dispute resolution, campus store, cafeterias, parking, theatre, television station, shuttle bus service, and public transit on campus.
Modified on August 13, 2020