The City of Greater Sudbury, located approximately 400 km north of Toronto, is home to Cambrian College. Cambrian has been a leading post-secondary institution in Northern Ontario since its first classes were held in 1967.

Cambrian offers a wide range of distance education courses, including:
  • Bookkeeping
  • Business Administration
  • Diabetes Education and Care
  • Food Services Worker
  • Home Inspection

Cambrian has a graduate employment rate of 89% and an employer satisfaction rate of 91.2%!

Cambrian College – The Glenn Crombie Centre for Student Support
This Glenn Crombie Centre can help students develop an educational plan or answer questions ranging from program prerequisites to college-university transfer agreements.

Cambrian College – Counselling Centre
The Counselling Centre provides free academic and career counselling to registered and prospective students and free personal and crisis counselling to registered students.

Cambrian College – Credit Transfer Information
Transfer credits are granted for courses completed at another recognized post-secondary institution which are deemed equivalent to a course at Cambrian.

Cambrian College – IT Helpdesk
Computer Services at Cambrian College’s Barrydowne campus provides computing facilities for both academic and administrative activities.

Cambrian College Library
The library subscribes to several electronic databases that are accessible to Cambrian College students.

Cambrian College PLAR
Subject-expert faculty in the College who have had recent experience in teaching the relevant course(s) will evaluate the prior learning. You will be expected to demonstrate learning that is equivalent to the basic learning outcomes required to pass the course.

Cambrian Indigenous Student Circle
Cambrian College helps Indigenous students make the successful transition to college and provides them with ongoing support throughout their college years.

Cambrian College Students’ Administrative Council
Coordinates, promotes, and supports activities and services for the students at Cambrian, including academic grievance representation, a ride board, bursaries, entertainment, a health plan, faxing and photocopying, a food bank, frosh kits, student handbooks, political lobbying and more.

Cambrian College Native Students’ Association
A group of Native and/or non-Native students who have an interest in Native culture. Their mandate is to enhance and support the student life of Cambrian students, spiritually, emotionally, physically, and mentally and to foster an understanding of cultural, academic, social, and political needs.

Cambrian College Tutoring Services
Tutoring Services provides free tutoring for a broad range of subjects to all full-time and part-time registered students.