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                                              NORTHERN COLLEGE

About Northern College

With over 75 full-time, part-time, certificate, diploma, and apprenticeship programs and hundreds of in-class, web-based, and correspondence courses, you are sure to find exactly what you are looking for. Northern also provides post-secondary and career-entrance preparation programs and academic upgrading to help you get where you want to go.


Haileybury Campus

Students come from across Ontario to study in the modern Veterinary Sciences Centre at the Haileybury Campus. Get leading-edge training in state-of-the-art labs equipped with the latest technology like our underwater treadmill.

Check out programs like the three-year Veterinary Technology – Wildlife Rehabilitation program; the only one of its kind in Ontario!


Kirkland Lake Campus

The School of Welding Engineering Technology at the Kirkland Lake Campus keeps building on its international reputation as a leader in the field of welding education and training.

We were the first in North America to become an authorized training body for the International Institute for Welding (IIW). Kirkland Lake rarely sees a dull moment.

Moosonee Campus
A satellite Trades Centre in Moosonee, linked to the Centre of Excellence for Trades and Technology at the Timmins Campus, provides high-skills training in technology, trades and apprenticeship programs to James Bay coastal communities.

The town of Moosonee is a vibrant, tightly-knit community located 19 kilometres south of James Bay on the Moose River. While its population of just over 1,725 may seem small, the town’s size is actually one of its biggest advantages.


Timmins Campus
Start your trade or technology career in one of northern Ontario’s newest training facilities.

The Centre of Excellence for Trades and Technology at the Timmins Campus opened September 2010 and offers cutting-edge programming in trades and engineering technology.

Timmins is the ultimate fusion of the urban and the rural. On the one hand, it’s big enough to provide all of the amenities and services expected of a larger city, while on the other, it’s small enough to ensure that you’re never far from the outstanding landscape northern Ontario is known for.

Aboriginal Programs and Services
Engage your spirit, heart, mind and body. Learning is a life-long journey and Northern College offers an open, trusting, and ever-expanding circle of relationships to experience and explore. Learning new skills in areas like health care, business, social and economic development, human services or technology and trades will add to your choices and help you walk your path in a balanced, wholistic way. With wisdom, experience and ability, you can choose new opportunities for yourself, your family and your community. Northern College provides many different learning paths to match your needs. If you want to go places without leaving your community, we have many choices to help you study near and go far.

Life at Northern

Northern offers services geared to the mature student such as peer tutoring, academic upgrading, and accessibility services. We also offer a wide range of scholarships and bursaries for returning learners. Northern College has four campuses in Northeastern Ontario:Haileybury, Kirkland Lake, Moosonee and Timmins

Northern College is the Smallest Community College in Ontario

Faculty and staff know you by name
People make friends easily
You get faster service and personal attention
Education experiences and lifestyle are unique
You have easy access to services, labs, facilities, computers, etc.
The cost of living is lower at campus locations than in large cities
Campus communities are safe and clean.
Nature is on your doorstep
Faculty have excellent relationships with employers and networks of contacts that can help you land a job in your chosen field.

Vision and Mission

Success for all through learning and partnerships.

To ensure quality, accessible education through innovative programs, services and partnerships for the benefit of our northern communities.

Your college. Your community.

Guiding Principles of the Northern Educational Experience

Learning for success.
Career opportunities through innovative education and transferable skills.
Practical, hands-on experiences.
Value for your investment.
Support for lifelong learning.
A healthy, adaptive and progressive organizational culture.

At Northern College we:

Are open, consultative and accountable.
Act with personal responsibility and integrity.
Pursue collaborative partnerships and entrepreneurial opportunities to better serve all of our communities.
Foster and encourage a safe, caring and respectful organizational culture.
Support, nurture and celebrate the contributions and accomplishments of learners and employees.
Respond to the choices and directions of Aboriginal peoples.
Establish an organizational culture that reflects the diversity of our communities.
Engage in applied research in the pursuit of northern development and continuous improvement.
Connect our learners and communities through the innovative application of technology.


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