Since opening our doors in 1967 in Welland and expanding into other parts of the Niagara region, we have grown to become a leader in applied education and training, and we’re consistently ranked among Ontario’s top colleges for student satisfaction.
Three specialized campuses
The College features three campuses located in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada.
The Welland Campus is located in the heart of a residential area near shopping centres and a variety of food outlets. The Seaway Mall andNiagara Street (shopping and food) are within walking distance of the campus. Transit connections via Welland Transit are available from the college, or from bus stops close-by.
Niagara on the Lake Campus
Our Niagara on the Lake Campus is located at the base of the Niagara Escarpment – a UNESCO-designed World Biosphere Reserve – featuring ecological lagoons, wetlands, landscaped gardens, and a 40 acre on-campus vineyard.
Niagara Falls Campus
Our Niagara Falls campus is only steps away from the world famous Niagara Falls – walk in the mist of the Falls on your way to class, or take in the sights of a bustling tourist district and the miles of manicured walking paths and gardens of the beautiful Niagara Parkway.
Be sure to visit the Student Information Portal for lots of great information about services on campuses. Because Continuing Education students are part-time students, access to some services may vary slightly.
The Campus Stores sell in-class textbooks, supplies, computer accessories, trade and reference books, College clothing and giftware. The stores, located at the Welland and Niagara on the Lake campuses, are open year-round to students and the general public. The store hours are extended at the beginning of each term.
Library services are available to all Niagara College students.
Visit Parking Services for detailed information about parking on campus.
As a part-time student, you may be eligible for financial aid through the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP).
Students with Disabilities
Students with disabilities are encouraged to contact Disability Services. The Centre for Students with Disabilities provides academic supports, accommodations and services for students who have documented disabilities, including learning difficulties, visual impairment, hearing impairment, physical or mobility impairment, chronic health problems or social/emotional problems.