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Canadore College of Applied Arts and Technology
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Tuition: $3,200  Students: 3,500
Address
100 College Drive
North Bay, ON      P1B 8K9
705.474.7600

Canadore College of Applied Arts and Technology


The Canadore College of Applied Arts and Technology was founded in 1967 as part of the campus of Cambrian College. It became an independent institution in 1972 as a result of the provincial initiative to increase institutions that create certificate and diploma courses and continuing education programs to the Ontario locality. The College focuses on Human Services, Skilled Trades, Health Sciences, Communication Arts, Aviation, Information Technology, Preparatory Studies, Recreation and Leisure, Law and Justice, and Business. Its motto is: An Environment for Learning. ... continued below

About Canadore College of Applied Arts and Technology

Campus: Facilities, Residence and Location

Canadoreís main campus and Nipissing University share the same facilities. Also included are the Jack Garland Airport (aviation programs), and another campus on Commerce Court (Computer Programming, Police Foundation, And Theatre Arts programs are conducted here). Students can also find the Cafeteria (Full-course meals and short-order lunches are available, with many food establishments such as Pizza Pizza, Mr. Sub and Tim); Euphoria (On-campus smoothie bar located beside Pal's Variety); Pal's Variety (On-campus convenience store which offers food and snack items); The Canadore Room (Lunches and dinners are offered at reasonable prices); and The Wall Bar & Grillhouse (A student operated restaurant/bar with a full roadhouse menu).

They can choose from two residences: An apartment style house (houses 146 students) that is located approximately 1 km from the College Drive Campus, and a town-house style (can accommodate 350 students) that is located beside the Education Centre (College Drive Campus). Both of these residences allow students single bedrooms to allow them complete privacy.

Student Services and Student Life

The College offers the following services: Student Services, Security Services, Research & Development, Library, IT Services, Human Resources, Health & Safety, Financial Aid, Facilities, Educational Technology Services, Conference Services, Campus Shop, Cafeteria, Athletics, Advancement & Alumni, Admissions/Registrar, Access Ability Services, and Aboriginal Learning Unit

The Canadore Studentsí Representative Council Inc. (CSRC) is the elected student body that represents the students of Canadore College. Students become automatic members of the Council once they pay the ancillary fees during their registration. It organizes events, such as the Shinerama, fundraising events (Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation) and other student awareness programs that will help make a studentís college experience more memorable and fulfilling. Some of their services include: Serve as a liaison between the administration and the students, contributes to college bursary fund, organizes and coordinates social events and special academic activities throughout the academic year, partners with pac (panther athletic council) for the annual snofest, promotes a healthy lifestyle to its members, offers fax, photocopy and poster services,publisher of the student handbook, and supports and provides starting funds for clubs. Canadore and Nipissing shares the University Student Union (NUSU), which includes the Tim Hortons Kiosk, Palís Variety Store, and the Wall.

North Bay Information

North Bay is located approximately 300km north of Toronto, Ontario and differs in geography from Southern Ontario in that North Bay is situated on the Canadian Shield. The climate in North Bay is common to most places in Northern Ontario. North Bay tends to be a less humid climate than that found in Southern Ontario due somewhat to the distance from the Great Lakes and less warm than some other locations in Northern Ontario due to cooling from Lake Nipissing.

In recent years the city has gained prominence as a hub of arts and culture in Ontario, due to its vibrant community of artists, musicians, actors and writers. North Bay is more economically diverse than many other Northern Ontario communities, althoug h a large percentage of the city's jobs are public sector in nature with health, education and government dominating the list of the city's top employers.

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