Confederation College has been serving the citizens of northwestern Ontario since 1967, by meeting the educational needs of students in a catchment area of 550,000 square kilometres – that’s about the size of France. Located in the heart of the city of Thunder Bay, Ontario, Confederation College is a culturally diverse community, delivering exceptional education and training to an average of 6,500 combined full- and part-time students per year.
Confederation offers more 150 diploma, certificate & apprenticeship programs and academic upgrading programs. With highly-trained instructors, smaller class sizes and a dynamic learning environment, it offers practical, hands-on programs and courses that will give students the skills, knowledge and confidence to realize their dreams. Evening classes, online classes, Distance Education and more is available in Continuing Education for students. There are hundreds of courses to choose from (as well as Programs) and even some non-credit fun things too.
Confederation College also boast a state-of-the-art Aviation Centre of Excellence facility, located at the Thunder Bay International Airport. This 59,000 square feet facility is comprised of two large hangers, classrooms, shops and labs for three aviation programs.
Get engaged on campus and meet new people by participating in a variety of fun activities hosted by the Student Union of Confederation College Inc. (SUCCI). From social and wellness events, programs, athletics, student clubs, guest speakers and more, SUCCI has something for everyone.
SUCCI also offers competition opportunities in five Varsity sports and one sport team. SUCCI and Confederation College Athletics are members of and follow the same mission as the Ontario College Athletic Association (OCAA): contributing to the learning process by creating an environment which promotes academic success, provides a forum for personal development, compliments the educational experience, and enhances student life.
The main campus of Confederation College is situated on 130 acres of park-like and has beautifully treed grounds, a shallow, twisting river and a network of walking paths. Along with its main campus in Thunder Bay, the college also have eight regional campuses located across northwestern Ontario, in the communities of Dryden, Fort Frances, Kenora, Geraldton, Marathon, Red Lake, Sioux Lookout and Wawa.
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