|Co-ed: 380 beds||Lowest: $562.50||Highest: $562.50
Centennial opened a 380 bed residence at Progress Campus in August 2001. For more information, call (416) 438-2216. Located adjacent to the Progress Campus, our double occupancy rooms at the residence provide a high level of comfort and amenities at a reasonable cost to students studying at all four of Centennial’s main campuses. Enjoy your private washroom, cable television, free high speed Internet access, mini fridge and microwave, and in room climate controls in our 24/7 security access building.
|Lowest: $400.00||Highest: $850.00
Centennial maintains a listing of available off-campus accommodations for our students. To receive a copy, please view our site on Campus Pipeline.
Orientation activities for both academic and Centennial College Student Association programs and personalized success plans for first year students. Students are also encouraged to take advantage of our free 'success skills' workshops offered throughout the year. Peer mentoring and International advisors at every campus are also available to help you transition to life in Canada, and at Centennial.
Counselling and co-operative education resources provide free workshops and seminars throughout the year focusing on job search and employment techniques.
Badminton (F/M), Basketball (M), Soccer (F/M)
Athletics and recreation facilities are available to Centennial students. Our active athletics and sports program includes varsity teams and recreational groups, clubs, intramural leagues, and free play.
Basketball, volleyball, soccer, and badminton have been traditional favourites. Look for the fitness and weight training rooms, and fitness classes to work your body while you're working your mind.
Visit your campus recreation coordinator's office and your student association (CCSAI) to discover the full range of activities at your campus!
Student clubs are eligible to receive an honorarium from Centennial's Student Association for expenses, such as field trips, activities, and programs. Some of the clubs currently operated by students include Centennial International Student Organization, Advertising Club, Chess Club, Spanish Club, Cricket Club, International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), Canadian Public Relations Society, Fluid Power Club, Early Childhood Education Club, Tamil Student Organization, Vietnamese Student Society, and Latin Swing Club. Centennial College also has a student campus newspaper and multicultural week celebrations.
Centennial students can make use of almost 1,000 computers and 100 programs in open access labs at all campuses and your Student Centre at Progress Campus.
Centennial College has been recognized as one of the most culturally diverse post-secondary institutions in Canada where more than 93 cultural groups are represented and more than 80 languages are spoken.
Our Centre for Students with Disabilities is well equipped to serve a variety of clients with its helpful equipment and specialized computer software. The centre can also arrange for alternative test procedures. Students with disabilities are encouraged to contact the centre prior to registration to arrange for any required program modifications. Centennial is fully wheelchair accessible. The College also operates three high quality childcare centres for students with young children.
Centennial College offers programs in conjunction with the following universities - University of Toronto, Ryerson University, and York University. As well, many of our diploma programs provide transfer or articulation opportunities to university degree programs around the world for successful graduates.
Centennial has been involved with numerous international projects working as consultants, working as part of a consortium, and providing contract training to overseas partners. Experienced in delivering contracted training programs within Canada and overseas, Centennial seeks partnerships with Canadian industry to provide value added training services in support of Canadian products and services marketed abroad. Centennial has also pioneered the technology transfer necessary to generate public and private sector partnerships in support of employment training, such as those found in the School of Transportation and The Centre for Creative Communications.
Campus tours take place throughout the year at very convenient times. To arrange a campus tour, please phone (416) 289-5000 and the following extensions:
Ashtonbee Campus: ext. 7290
Progress Campus: ext. 2326
The Centre for Creative Communications: ext. 3312
Warden Woods Campus: ext. 3325
To arrange a group tour, please contact Kimi Singh at (416) 289-5000, ext. 3312.
The College also has a bookstore, food services, peer tutors, learning resources centres, the Centennial Place Dining Room, Massage Therapy Clinic, and your CCSAI Student Centre (at Progress Campus).