College operations for mid-term break and Canada Day

June 24 to June 28 is mid-term break week at 鶹ֱ, followed by the Canada Day holiday on Monday, July 1. Please note the following hours for college operations, services and learning enterprises during the week. Wine Visitor + Education Centre: The Wine Visitor + Education Centre, retail store, patio and indoor service will remain open

鶹ֱ Public Relations grad wins top national industry award

For the third time since 2020, a 鶹ֱ Public Relations Graduate Certificate student was recognized by the Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) national office for excellence in the field. On June 11, Naomi Fox of St. Catharines received the CPRS Notified Student Award of Excellence from the Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) at the

Ontario Council on Articulation and Transfer supports post-secondary learner mobility at 鶹ֱ

鶹ֱ is one of 35 post-secondary institutions in Ontario receiving funding from the Ontario Council on Articulation and Transfer (O鶹ֱAT) to support learner mobility projects. Funding will support the College’s My Path of Worthwhile Educational Re-Engagement (MPOWER) program that aids Indigenous students transitioning to post-secondary education. Dr. Adrienne Galway, Executive Director of O鶹ֱAT was

NSERC announces $1.75 million renewal for 鶹ֱ Technology Access Centre

Thanks to continued investment from the federal government, 鶹ֱ’s Walker Advanced Manufacturing Innovation Centre (WAMIC) will further provide its state-of-the-art services to advanced manufacturing and technology companies wishing to innovate, grow and compete in the global marketplace. The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) has awarded a $1.75 million renewal of

鶹ֱ caps off final day of Spring 2024 convocation ceremonies

鶹ֱ celebrated its sixth and final day of Spring 2024 convocation ceremonies on June 15, honouring the achievements of over 650 new graduates from the School of Nursing and Personal Support Worker. The College hosted a total of twelve convocation ceremonies throughout the week at the Welland Campus Simplii Financial Athletic Centre and via

In-demand health grads among those celebrated on day five of 鶹ֱ’s Spring Convocation

Another 1,000 graduates crossed the stage on the fifth day of 鶹ֱ’s Spring 2024 Convocation ceremonies. The June 14 ceremonies celebrated grads from the schools of Nursing and Personal Support Worker, Business and Management, Academic and Liberal Studies, and English Language Studies. Among the graduates from the morning ceremony were more than 100 from

Media, Trades and Technology grads cross the stage at 鶹ֱ’s Spring Convocation

On the third of six days of 鶹ֱ’s Spring Convocation, nearly 1,000 students from the Schools of Media, Trades and Technology crossed the stage – many going on to lucrative careers to help solve the skilled trades crisis. “You’ve learned many lessons here at 鶹ֱ as you’ve trained for your careers in industries and

鶹ֱ celebrates over 1,000 graduates at day two of Spring Convocation

鶹ֱ continued its Spring 2024 Convocation ceremonies on Tuesday, June 11, celebrating over 1,000 new graduates as they culminated their academic journeys and became part of a proud community of more than 120,000 鶹ֱ alumni. Held at the Welland Campus Simplii Financial Athletic Centre, the morning ceremony celebrated graduates from the Schools of Culinary

鶹ֱ kicks off week of Spring Convocation ceremonies

More than 800 graduates were ushered into 鶹ֱ’s alumni community, June 10, as students from the Schools of Justice and Fitness, Allied Health and Community Services were presented with their diplomas on the first of six days of convocation ceremonies at the Welland Campus. It was a day of reflection – to celebrate the