CENTENNIAL COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS & TECHNOLOGY




Over the past 47 years Centennial College has transformed itself from a local community college to a worldly institution with a presence in several emerging markets, including China, India, South Korea and the United Arab Emirates.

Our core focus, as it has always been, is on preparing graduates to enter the work force, while offering our students distinct ways to learn to be leaders. We’ve worked to build lasting partnerships with local communities while preparing our graduates to succeed in a global context.

Locally we continue to offer industry-recognized full- and part-time programs at four Toronto campuses. Whether in our classrooms, our labs or the community, students of Centennial experience the "real world" even before they graduate. They're job ready. And that's a fact employers have told us, as more than 94 percent of those hiring Centennial grads are satisfied or very satisfied with their hires.

As a leader in internationalization, we’ve done extensive work teaching international students. Conversely, we are enabling more Canadian learners to have an international adventure: be it completing a semester in Spain, an internship in South Africa or a Global Citizenship learning experience in the Amazon Basin.

We believe an education at Centennial is an education without borders, because the world has changed, and so have we. We’ve re-created our College, giving us a unique position in the marketplace and, in fact, the world. And we are now prepared for the next set of challenges: to be more innovative and entrepreneurial; to further exploit the benefits of technology; to creatively engage our employees; to build more bridges with communities and employers; to see our graduates do meaningful work and have meaningful lives.






Campuses


Centennial College's four campuses are home to eight day schools.

·     Ashtonbee - home to Transportation, Advancement, and selected Community and Health studies programs

·     Morningside - home to Community and Health Studies, and selected Engineering Technology and Applied Science programs

·     Story Arts Centre - home to Communications, Media and Design programs

·     Progress - home to Business, Hospitality, Tourism and Culture, and selected Engineering Technology and Applied Science and Community and Health Studies programs

Continuing Education programs are available at all four campuses and online.

 





Our Mission

Our mission is to educate students for career success. We make every decision to support the career and personal development of our learners. Our curriculum, teaching and services demonstrate that we value the diverse profiles of our learners.

Centennial College is Ontario's first community college, it was established in 1966 and primarily serves the eastern portion of the Greater Toronto Area through four campuses and seven satellite locations. Our college is best known for its record of exemplary teaching, innovative programming and extensive partnership building.

Centennial is recognized as one of the most culturally diverse post-secondary institutions in Canada. Almost 100 ethno-cultural groups are represented and 80 languages are spoken on campus.

Our four campuses and eight schools produce future leaders. Let us help prepare you for career success.

At Centennial College, our vision is to transform lives and communities through learning

Respect at Centennial

At Centennial College, we are committed to providing a supportive and harassment-free learning, teaching and working environment for our students, faculty, support and administrative employees. The Respect Campaign is intended to help raise awareness about how Centennial College can create a culture where each person is treated with dignity and respect.

Ensuring the creation of a respectful environment helps reduce incidences of bullying and violence. Disrespect can lead to incivility, which can escalate to personal harassment, bullying and intimidation and even, in extreme cases, violence. As such, Centennial College has established policies and procedures to help protect its students, faculty and staff from all forms of violence, including personal harassment and bullying.

We encourage you to familiarize yourself with our policies and initiatives designed to ensure Centennial College is a place that demonstrates Respect.

Safety and Security

All employees, students, and users of services at Centennial College have a right to a safe working/learning environment. This right is legislated in federal and provincial laws such as the Occupational Health and Safety Act, and Ontario's Building, Fire, and Human Rights Codes. For your safety, at Centennial these rights, along with other related responsibilities, are outlined and enforced through our employee collective agreements, health, safety, security and dispute resolution policies and procedures. These policies and procedures apply to all college activities, services, and facilities. Copies of these policies are available at all Campus iCentres.

Along with these rights, come responsibilities. These responsibilities include but are not limited to obeying the general laws of the land, treating the College and all members of the college community with respect and honesty. This also includes cooperating with college officials such as security, lab monitors and professors, and when requested, providing proper identification.

Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)


WHMIS is a Canada-wide system designed to provide employers and workers the information for the control, handling, storage and disposal of ‘controlled’ products that are used in the workplace. All 'controlled' products used in a workplace are documented in the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS).

Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
A Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) is an important document that summarizes the potential hazard(s) and the recommended safe work practices for the material.

 Corporate information

Centennial College is governed by a Board of Governors who meet bi-monthly during the academic year to set policy and look at broad issues affecting Centennial.

The College has an Executive Team who meet weekly to discuss internally focused issues and those relating to community and partnership issues.

Additionally, Centennial College offers numerous publications for students as well as corporate publications to notify everyone of the College’s mission: educating students for career success.







 

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