For over 50 years, Centennial College has transformed itself from a local community college to a worldly institution. We believe in practical education for everyone by delivering hands-on, focused learning to a diverse body of students. Our focus has always been on educating students for career success, while teaching our students to be leaders. We’ve worked to build lasting partnerships with local communities, while preparing students to succeed globally by graduation.
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, as Centennial students, students experience the real world before graduation, and become job-ready!
Engineering Technology and Applied Science, Communications, Media and Design, Health and Community Studies, Hospitality, Tourism and Culture and Transportation, as well as English Language Learning (ELL) and foundations programs for college and university preparation. These programs are split between our four different campuses, augmented by practical, hands-on laboratories, which include teaching kitchens for our Culinary students, automotive labs and aircraft hangars for our Transportation students, and more!
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The Centennial College Residence is more than just a place to sleep. It’s an opportunity to develop lifelong friendships and memories. It also allows you to get fully involved in college activities and to mature in a rich academic and social community. We recommend that international students stay in our Residence during the first year of study to help you jumpstart your Canadian living and learning experience. Rooms in our Residence fill up quickly, so you should apply early. For more information on Residence rates, policies, photos and to apply, visit www.centennial-place.ca. For questions and inquiries about the Residence, contact it directly by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 416-438-2216, ext. 6294.
Coming to a new country can be exciting, but also intimidating. The homestay program partners you with a family who will host you in their home and help you adjust to your new city. You may choose to stay with the family for the entire duration of your study period, or just until you can find your own place. For more information, visit: https://www.centennialcollege.ca/studenthub/international/international-students/essentials/housing-options/. Centennial maintains a listing of available off-campus accommodations for you. Please visit our page on Places4Students.com.
For first year students, orientation activities for both academic and Centennial College Student Association programs, and personalized success plans are provided for you. You are also encouraged to take advantage of our free 'success skills' workshops offered throughout the year. Peer mentors and International advisors are also available at every campus to help you transition to life in Canada, and at Centennial.
Career services and co-operative education resources provide you with free workshops and seminars throughout the year which focus on job search and employment techniques.
Athletics and recreation facilities are available for you. 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! Your college experience is more than just going to class, reading textbooks, doing assignments and taking tests. It's about experiencing all that Centennial has to offer you. Our campuses have numerous services that will provide you with support, entertainment, help you expand your learning and transition into college life. Take advantage of the services available to you. You'll be happy you did!
We have 50+ Student Clubs and Associations at Centennial to help you connect with other students with similar interests, make friends and build your professional network. Some of the clubs currently operated by students include the 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 available for you.
As a Centennial student, you can make use of almost 1,000 computers and 100 software programs in open access labs available at all campuses.
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. We're a college of the world!
Centennial College makes every effort to accommodate students with disabilities, so that you can succeed in your classes. The Centre for Students with Disabilities (CSD) is a confidential service that gives students with documented disabilities counselling, support, and advocacy. If you have a documented learning disability, medical or mental health condition, physical, visual, hearing or mobility impairment, we can help. Contact us in advance of classes, and we can arrange for your help.
If you are a student with a young child(ren), the College also operates three high quality childcare centres for you.
Centennial College offers programs in conjunction with the following universities: The University of Toronto, Ryerson University, and York University. As well, many of our diploma programs provide transfer or articulation pathways to university degree programs around the world upon graduation.
As a Centennial College student, we offer a variety of international learning opportunities, including international internship placements, semester exchanges, language and culture learning, field studies, joint international research projects and international development activities to help you graduate with a high-quality Canadian education and international experiences for career success in a global world. Students who participate in global programs demonstrate increased leadership skills and confidence, independence, advanced problem-solving skills, sharpened cultural understanding, flexibility and adaptability, and a greater sense of social responsibility — forming a cornerstone of the skills you need to succeed as graduates in today’s global environment.
Campus tours take place throughout the year at very convenient times. To arrange an on-campus tour, call the Liaison and Student Recruitment Office at (416) 289-5325.
The College also has a bookstore, food services, peer tutors, learning resources centres, the Local Restaurant and Caf—, SASS Massage Therapy Clinic, and your CCSAI Student Centre available (at most campuses) for you throughout the year.