Dr. Mary Wilson
Centre for Academic Excellence
905-641-2252, Ext. 4135
Niagara College is a College of Applied Arts and Technology within the Niagara Region of Southern Ontario. The college has four campuses:
Niagara College offers more than 90 post-secondary and 15 post-graduate programs in the schools of Academic and General Studies, Business and Entrepreneurship, Information and Media Studies, Environment, Horticulture and Agribusiness, Health and Community Studies, Hospitality and Tourism and Technology.
For the sixth straight year, Niagara College has ranked number one in student satisfaction among all Ontario Colleges according to the results of the provincially-mandated Key Performance Indicator (KPI) survey.
Niagara College Counselling Department
Counselling services are available to students facing academic challenges, and referrals can be made to appropriate community services.
Niagara College Library
Search the database to find books, videos, DVDs, study guides, and tutorials.
Niagara College PLAR
Candidates who can show that they have achieved the learning outcomes of a specific course may be granted Niagara College credits based on an assessment of their prior learning.
Niagara College - First Nations, Métis and Inuit Student Services
Niagara College offers a wide range of programs and services specific to Aboriginal students and communities.
Niagara College Student Administrative Council
The Niagara College Student Administrative Council aspires to provide healthy and safe activities, facilities, and services while promoting an accessible college environment and contributing to the quality of student life.
Niagara College Peer Services
Peer Services offers an opportunity for you to be matched with a Peer Tutor to help you meet your learning goals.