640 Latchford Street, Box 2060, Haileybury, Ontario, Canada | Public University | Established 1967
Northern College is a public college with nearly 1,500 full-time students enrolled. Nestled in the hills overlooking picturesque Lake Temiskaming and the Quebec border, the Haileybury campus is home to the Vet Sciences, Haileybury School of Mines, Practical Nursing, Social Service Worker, Personal Support Worker, Instrumentation, School of Business, Office Administration, and Law Clerk programs.
With over 75 full-time, part-time, certificate, diploma, and apprenticeship programs and hundreds of in-class, web-based, and correspondence courses, students are sure to find exactly what they are looking for. Northern College also provides post-secondary and career-entrance preparation programs and academic upgrading to help students get where they want to go.
Why Northern College - Haileybury
Quality: At Northern College, they understand that students are in the midst of making serious choices in their life. The focus that students place on this moment will change their life and shape their future. They know that Northern College is only one of dozens of post-secondary institutions that have caught a student's eye and they want students to know, that they care as much about them as a student does about this moment in their life. At Northern they take pride in providing the highest quality education in a tight knit environment that promotes success through support. This mantra and focus on student centric, experiential learning has lead graduates to an impressive 85 per cent employment rate after graduation.
Location: Students come from across Ontario to study in the modern Veterinary Sciences Centre at the Haileybury Campus. Get leading-edge training in state-of-the-art labs equipped with the latest technology like the underwater treadmill. Check out programs like the three-year Veterinary Technology – Wildlife Rehabilitation program; the only one of its kind in Ontario! If one dreams of living on the shores of a picturesque lake surrounded by miles of countryside in the heart of northern Ontario, one may just belong in Haileybury. The community – part of a collection of communities known as Temiskaming Shores, is located on the edge of beautiful Lake Temiskaming which stretches out over 100 kilometres! The city is home to numerous museums, an art gallery, live theatre and multiple venues that feature live music. The downtown and Timiskaming Square offer great shopping. For outdoor enthusiasts, the city features two golf courses, campgrounds, horseback riding and both downhill and cross-country ski facilities. The South Temiskaming Active Travel Association and the government also maintain a series of walking trails that connect the communities that form the city.
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