Canada, Ontario

Niagara College is located in the Niagara region of Southern Ontario. It is close to one of the world’s most well- known tourism spots, Niagara Falls. Niagara College offers more than 130 innovative programs across its 3 campuses. The college is renowned for its programs in winery, brewery, and culinary. It also has a commercial winery built for teaching. Along with the certifications, diploma, and bachelor’s degree-based programs, Niagara College offers over 600 credit and vocational courses in fields like hair salon, spa, etc. Additionally, the college is home to more than 15000 students.

Campus Life

Niagara College has around 10,000 full-time students out of which 4,000 are international students from more than 60 countries. The college has three active campuses which are the Taif Campus, the Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus, and the Welland Campus. The Welland campus has a campus store, an activity center,sports center, computer labs, cafeteria, and a library. It offers programs in acting for television and movies, early childhood education, center for policing and community safety studies, and broadcasting. The college offers over 100 post-secondary diploma, baccalaureate degrees, and advanced level programs. The continuing education division also attracts a large number of students. Niagara College has over 291 faculties, 89 administration staff, and 224 support staff and has graduated more than 50,000 students. The sports division of Niagara College is very active and is home to Niagara Knights. It is a member of the Ontario Colleges and Canadian Colleges Athletic Associations. Some sports played by men’s and women’s teams of the college are basketball, golf, soccer, volleyball, etc.

Noted Alumni

Some notable alumni of Niagara College are, a famous photographer named Edward Burtynsky, politicians like Shirley Coppen, Christel Haeck, Peter Kormos, journalist Bernie McNamee, and sportscaster Dan Dunleavy among many others.