Address: 1450 Nakina Drive, Thunder Bay, ON P7C 4W1, Canada
- Nine campuses located across northwestern Ontario
- Over 60+ full-time programs in 11 areas of study
- Leader in the “It’s About Respect” campaign that promotes respect of all people and celebrates diversity (this program has been adopted by many organizations including the City of Thunder Bay)
- First college in Ontario to have a comprehensive student mental health and well-being strategy.
- Awards approximately $150,000-$200,000 in entrance awards to first-year students.
- 89% of students found employment within six months of graduation (Survey of 2013/14 graduates)
- $411.2 million in direct economic benefit to northwestern Ontario (Economic Impact Survey 2013)
- Significant Indigenous population with specialized services and programs geared toward Indigenous students
- Launched the dreams of many alumni including Trent Opaloch (Director of Photography, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, District 9), Georjann Morriseau (former Chief, Fort William First Nation), and Glenn Schiiler (host of TSN’s That’s Hockey 2Nite)
7,846 students including 3,400 full-time and 468 international
Proof of English proficiency must be current (within two years) and can be provided by either a TOEFL iBT or academic IELTS score. The minimum score for admittance to a post-secondary diploma program (except Health Care programs) is:
- TOEFL iBT: 79
- Academic IELTS: 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5)
Tuition & Fees
From $12,000 to $16,000 / year depending on the Academic Courses.
Scholarship & Financial Aids