CONFEDERATION COLLEGE

Canada, Ontario

Confederation College of Applied Arts and Technology is nestled in Thunderbay, Ontario. The college has around 9 campuses of which the Main campus is in Thunderbay. The main campus is spread across 550000 square Kilometres of area containing facilities like gardens, a river, and a long network of walking paths.Moreover, It is the only public college in Northwest Ontario.

Campus Life

Confederation College every year has an average of 6500 full and part-time students on all its campuses. The figure includes around 1500 international students as well. The college offers over 160 full-time post-secondary programs in the field of Aviation, Business, Health, Community, Services, and many other fields. The Paterson library of the college helps the students to enhance their knowledge in the field by providing them adequate resources like computers, quiet study spaces, and online tutorials as well. The qualified staff of Confederation College assists the students with pre-employment and skills training programs, apprenticeship programs, and cooperative/workplace training programs. The college also provides scholarships, bursaries, and awards to students. On average, the scholarships exceed the figure of $400,000 every year. Confederation College has the facility of on-campus residence loaded with all modern amenities. The residences are called The Spruce and the Cedar House which are newly constructed residences with all the amenities like kitchen, living room, Television, internet access, etc. The college has its own varsity and sports team.Meanwhile, important resources for athletes like indoor track, tennis court, volleyball court, etc. are provided in abundance for the students to recreate themselves.

Noted Alumni

Some of the well-known Alumni include the famous personalities like Glenn Schiller, the host of TSN's That's Hockey 2Nite; Trent Opaloch, director of photography, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, District 9; and Georjann Morriseau, former chief, Fort William First Nation.