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As one of Ontario’s premier post-secondary institutions, Niagara College provides outstanding higher education for more than 8,000 full-time students on our campuses in Welland and Niagara-on-the-Lake.

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News & Updates

Class of 2020 alumna fashions new dream during pandemic

 When life gets challenging, Courtney Zahara rolls up her sleeves. The recent graduate of NC’s Event Management program didn’t let the global pandemic stop her from launching her career or even starting her own business. She tapped into her entrepreneurial spirit and launched Rare Collectives: a handmade swimwear and apparel business, which focuses on looking […]

Niagara College students give back to local youth during April break week

From virtual workshops to goodie bag deliveries, students from Niagara College are helping to brighten the lives of local youth, in partnership with Niagara-based agencies. About 50 students from NC’s Child and Youth Care (CYC) program have been working with local agencies with a focus on giving back to the community. After spending 10 hours

Earth Week to bring College community closer to nature

NC president Sean Kennedy and his wife Kerry enjoy birdwatching with a little help from their species ID guide. Kerry (NC Ecosystem Restoration alumna, 2009) also holds invasive plant species which she removed during their walk. Connecting with nature and protecting the planet will be the focus of Niagara College’s first Earth Week celebration April

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