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                                        CONFEDERATION COLLEGE

We are a small community college of 3,400 full-time students, with a main campus located in Thunder Bay, Northwestern Ontario, Canada.

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 kilometers. Along with its main campus in Thunder Bay, Confederation College has eight regional campuses located in the communities of Dryden, Fort Frances, Kenora, Geraldton,Marathon, Red Lake, Sioux Lookout and Wawa.

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Confederation College delivers exceptional education and training to an average of 8,800 combined full and part-time students per year and currently has a total of 805 full and part-time employees.

About Confederation College:

8 regional campuses in the communities of: Dryden, Fort Frances, Kenora, Geraldton, Marathon, Red Lake, Sioux Lookout & Wawa.
Serving the educational needs of Northwestern Ontario and beyond
Motto: "Change Your Life Through Learning"
Significant Aboriginal student population
4 distinct seasons, in the heart of the great Canadian outdoors


Corporate Information

Confederation College is a publicly-funded, postsecondary institution serving education needs in northwestern Ontario and beyond. We are one of 24 colleges operating over 150 campuses in both urban and rural settings throughout Ontario, Canada.

Established in 1967, Confederation College offers a full range of programs and educational services throughout the region:

full-time postsecondary programs
part-time credit courses
non-credit courses
specialty programs for business and industry
pre-employment and skills training
cooperative/workplace training programs.

Many of these educational services utilize a combination of traditional and distance modes of delivery.

Quick Facts/Fast Facts:

1 of 24 publicly-funded colleges in Ontario
1967 was the first year of operation
9 campuses across northwestern Ontario (2012)
550,000 square kilometres of area covered throughout northwestern Ontario
60+ postsecondary diploma and certificate programs (2013)
90.3% of our graduates are employed within six months of graduation (Survey of 2010/11 grads)
93.8% employer satisfaction with our graduates (Survey of 2010/11 grads)
81.2% Graduate Satisfaction Rate (Survey of 2010/11 grads)
80.1% Student Satisfaction Rate (Survey of 2010/11 grads)
$73 Million Revenue (Annual Report: year ending Mar. 31, 2012)
$586,985 College Foundation Net Revenue (year ending Mar. 31, 2012)
$11 million in annual student loans/grants (2012/13)
$1.6 million in additional student aid (2012/13)

662 employees
$560 mil.+ in direct economic benefit to northwestern Ontario (2010?)

4,000 full-time learners
8,000 part-time learners