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News & Updates

College operations for mid-term break, Canada Day

June 27 to July 1 is mid-term break week at Niagara College. The week also concludes with the Canada Day holiday (Friday, July 1) when campus buildings will be closed, with the exception of several NC learning enterprises. Please refer to the list below for the status of college operations, services and learning enterprises during

Community and Health grads ready to give back, make a difference

The future awaits Niagara College’s Class of 2022 – and many of its latest graduates are already working to make it brighter for those around them. On June 24, the College celebrated more than 460 new graduates from Community and Health Studies who are now well-positioned to take on critical roles in their communities –

Student broadcasting crew behind the lens of NC’s Convocation livestream

Today, over 1,000 Niagara College students can proudly call themselves alumni after graduating on the fourth day of Spring 2022 Convocation. Among them, graduates from NC’s School of Media, who were supported by their classmates from the Broadcasting – Radio, Television and Film (BRTF) program working behind-the-scenes on the ceremony livestream. The dedicated crew, led