Sault College grants Ontario College certificates, diplomas, advanced diplomas, graduate certificates, and degrees to its graduates. The College is the largest deliverer of apprenticeship training in all of Northern Ontario.
Our College offers over 70 impressive full-time post-secondary program areas to choose from such as from Aviation, Health Studies, Community Services, IT Studies, Natural Environment and Outdoor Studies, Justice Studies, Culinary, Media and Design, Skilled Trades and Engineering Technology including robotics training.
Training specialties: Leadership and Management; Heath Care; Risk Management; Construction and Trades; Client Management; and Corporate Wellness
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Fees include accommodations, phone with local calling, voicemail and caller ID, full cable, laundry, utilities, 6 live-in staff, close proximity to the campus and a residence community of students, most of whom are experiencing post-secondary school for the first time. A meal plan is mandatory for all students living in residence. Residence Fees do not include the $50 application fee or $300 deposit, which is non-refundable.
An off-campus housing list including apartments, room and boards, and houses to share is available. These listings will provide you with the names of landlords in the city of Sault Ste. Marie who are willing to rent to students. See the Web site for more information.
The Student Job Centre (SJC) is pleased to welcome you to their on-campus location in room A0150. As part of the Employment Solutions Department, we offer employment services for Sault College post-secondary students and alumni and act as a the hub for information and resources for students in co-operative education programs. Services include job search workshops and job postings for full-time, part-time and summer employment. We also offer telephone and computer access and faxing services for your own job search. Drop by and check out how we can help you meet your employment objectives.
There are varsity and intramural athletic facilities and teams available. The Sault College Cougars proudly compete in the Ontario College Athletic Association along with 30 other colleges and universities in Ontario.
If you’re interested in meeting others, get involved with campus life and student activities by dropping by the Sault College Students’ Union office or checking out the intramural activities in the Athletic office for a variety of sports at both the competitive and non-competitive level.
The Student Administrative Council organizes a range of activities that vary from year to year.
The Learning Centre provides students with additional academic help. There are study spaces, small-group tutorial rooms, a video-viewing room, a language/reading lab, an interactive multimedia lab, and computer workstations for word processing that students may use. A peer-tutoring program is available for those wishing one-on-one help for those difficult subjects. A Learning Resource Centre is also available.
Native Student Services are available.
Our Special Needs office provides services to those with learning disabilities, mobility impairments, visual and hearing impairments, or students with emotional or psychological disabilities. Self-identification is encouraged early so that Special Needs staff can provide the best possible assistance for successful learning. Sault College has accessibility in most areas of the College for physically disabled students. There is also a daycare centre for studying parents.
Combining a college and university education gives you an opportunity to experience the educational benefits of attending two great institutions in two countries located only 20-minutes apart, with Sault College in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario and Lake Superior State University (LSSU) in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Agreements have been signed between Sault College and LSSU for certain programs. See more at http://www.saultcollege.ca/services/Registrar/PathwayoptionstoLakeSuperiorStateUniversity.asp
Sault College International provides support and service to international applicants, current students and international partners. We also create opportunities for employees and students and support program service-learning initiatives. We encourage you to access information through the left side navigation or through the International Partners' Portal. You are also welcome to contact our International Team if you have any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Campus tours can be requested online. Tours are approximately one hour in length and we request at least 24 hours’ notice. It’s also recommended that you call ahead so we can customize your tour, especially if you are travelling from out-of-town. Once we receive your tour request, we’ll be in touch to set up the details you requested and to make your tour as awesome as possible.
Other services and facilities include Health Services, Food Services, Employment Services, Student Life Centre, Student Administrative, student newspaper, and public transit.
Modified on August 12, 2019