Since opening our doors in 1967 in Welland and expanding into other parts of the Niagara region, we have grown to become a leader in applied education and training, and we're consistently ranked among Ontario's top colleges for student satisfaction.
Broadcasting, culinary, hotel, tourism, winery/viticulture and brewery studies, dental, paramedic, pharmacy, police foundations, law and security, correctional worker, law clerk, office administration, photonics, business administration, sales, retail management, computer programmer/analyst, interactive multimedia, computer network operations, graphic design, environment, horticulture/landscaping, geographic information systems, journalism, public relations, health science prep, early childhood education, child and youth worker, educational assistant - special needs support, social service worker, recreation and leisure, event management, technical training, technologies (computer, electrical, and electronics engineering), construction, mechanical, international trade and commerce, financial services, apprenticeship, skill training, and entrepreneurial activities.
The College maintains housing boards at each campus listing available off-campus accommodations provided by area residents. Information is also available on the College Web site.
Student centres at the Welland and Glendale campuses provide welcoming and friendly environments for all student activities.
Athletics and recreation facilities are available at the Welland and Glendale campuses. Please visit the Web site for further details.
Student administrative council and student clubs.
Student newspaper and student radio station.
Aboriginal Education Access Office, students with disabilities, peer tutoring, and health centres. The College also has a Child Care Centre located at the Welland Campus. It accepts children from three months to five years of age on a full day basis. A half day with lunch is available for children in kindergarten. The centre is open Monday to Friday.
The College has been involved with students and programs in several countries including China, Botswana, Japan, Hungary, Korea, Lebanon, Libya, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, and many others.
Special arrangements with a number of US colleges and universities provide connections to education in the United States. The department is actively involved in projects to increase international student enrolment from all areas of the world, as well as to implement programs that contribute to the awareness and appreciation of cultural diversities in our communities.
Call the Info Centre at (905) 735-2211, ext. 7559 to arrange a tour or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Niagara College offers a full range of student services designed to assist students in their academic and personal goals including health services, counselling, career counselling and placement, learning resource centres, campus stores, food services, parking, and transportation. The Welland and Glendale Campuses offer a full range of services and activities including gymnasiums, fitness centres, cafeterias, learning resource centres, open computer labs, and campus stores.
The After Hours Student Centre on the Welland Campus and the Alexander Davidson Student Centre at the Glendale Campus are popular places to meet friends. There is an excellent line-up of entertainment and activities throughout the academic year.
Modified on January 23, 2019