SAULT COLLEGE

Canada, Ontario

Sault College of Applied Arts and Technology is a public college in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. Established in 1965 and was opened as an Ontario Vocational Centre. The college offers more than 75 post-secondary programs in subjects of aviation, business, justice studies, engineering technology, and much more and annually enrols more than 4500 students. The college also provides exchange and study abroad options with international universities like Korea Aerospace University, University of Northampton, etc. Sault Ste. Marie is known for skiing, rock-climbing, parks as well as lakes for hiking and fishing.

Campus Life

Sault College is known for its small classroom and personalised teaching methods, the student-faculty ratio is lower than the provincial average. The campus provides many services for students such as Co-op Education, Counselling Centre, Health Support, Library-Peer Tutoring and Student Job Centre. The campus is equipped with Bookstore, Physiotherapy Clinic, IT Service, and Spa. The Algoma Public Health Building on campus serves the well-being of the community and provides a comfortable place for the nursing program. The Sault College Health and Wellness Centre provides facilities such as Academic labs, Fitness room, Meetings rooms, Gymnasium, and Student Life Centre. The Enji Maawnjiding is a meeting centre located on the campus where both the college students and local students meet and hosts many social and cultural events. Moreover, there's a traditional medicine garden just behind the Enji Maawnjiding.

Noted Alumni

Sault College has very strong and growing alumni with more than 35,000 graduates. Few of the successfull alumni include Russ McMeekin, CEO at mCloud Corp. and a business leader; Colleen Hele Cardinal, an addictions counsellor and many more.