Fanshawe is one of the largest colleges in Southwestern Ontario with campuses located in London, Simcoe, St. Thomas and Woodstock and smaller centres in Tillsonburg and Strathroy.

They offer:

  • Over 100 programs leading to certificates, diplomas and degrees, as well as special interest courses that can bring you closer to your professional and personal goals
  • One of the top co-op colleges in Canada with 40 programs to choose from that integrate learning with hands-on training
  • A full range of lifelong learning opportunities through Continuing Education and corporate training services
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Fanshawe College Academic Advice
Fanshawe staff can help you achieve your academic and personal goals by providing you with effective strategies and ongoing support.

Fanshawe College Career Counselling
Fanshawe offers free assistance in identifying career goals to all students registered in a full-time, post-secondary program and for three months following graduation

Fanshawe College – Credit Transfer Information
If you have completed a post-secondary credential or post-secondary courses at another college or university, you can continue or further your education at Fanshawe College.

Fanshawe College – IT Helpdesk
As an online student at Fanshawe, you have access to academic faculty who supervise and deliver course material, including the online learning program coordinators below.

Fanshawe College Virtual Library
This library contains free journals and e-books along with library catalogues and electronic resources.  

Fanshawe College PLAR
You may have your prior learning assessed before entering a college program. However, the results of the assessment will not be recorded on your transcript until you are enrolled in a program or course.

Fanshawe Student Union
This is the place to go to find out about your student council, news, upcoming events and contests, information about your bus pass and health plan and how to get involved with the Student Union.

Fanshawe College Peer Tutoring
Peer tutoring offers one-on-one assistance for students having difficulties in a specific course. 

Resources on How to Study Online Successfully (SOS)

DepartmentResource NameTypeDescriptionLink
Student SuccessLearning to Learn OnlineSelf-paced course (free)This resource helps learners prepare for online learning success by introducing them to the online learning environment and their role as a learner within it.Click here