Achieving Dreams Campaign Raises Over $11 Million to Support Student Success!

Niagara College celebrates Grand Opening of Walker Advanced Manufacturing Innovation Centre

The Ontario Paper Thorold Foundation Donates $100,000 to Support Instructional Equipment

Paul and Gerri Charette
Announce $250,000 Donation!

Colleges matches to establish $500,000 endowed fund for the
Paul and Gerri Charette Scholarship in the School of Technology.

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As one of Ontario’s premier post-secondary institutions, Niagara College provides outstanding higher education for more than 9,000 full-time students on our campuses in Welland and Niagara-on-the-Lake.

Well integrated with the Niagara Region’s economy, our focus is on jobs, innovation and economic development. Our programs and expertise support the region’s unique economy, which is built on a mix of agriculture, tourism and manufacturing, with the distinctive features of being a world recognized biosphere, tourism destination, and international border region. Our students gain skills and knowledge in more than 100 two-year diploma, three-year advanced diploma, certificate, graduate certificates, and four-year degree programs.

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Marotta family donates to Niagara College’s new agri-food innovation complex

    Niagara College announced today that the family of Benny and Louise Marotta are donating $1 million to support the College’s Achieving Dreams Campaign. The donation of $1 million – which will support the development of, and equipment and furnishings for, Niagara College’s new innovation complex located at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus – was announced Read more »

Achieving Dreams campaign raises over $11 million to support student success

Niagara College has 11 million reasons to thank those who have generously supported students through the recently completed Achieving Dreams fundraising campaign. At a special event tonight thanking those who have made significant contributions to the campaign, it was announced that Achieving Dreams far surpassed its goal of $7 million, raising a total of $11,450,791.  Read more »

NC grad returns: Letterkenny producer Mark Montefiore offers students inspiration, advice

Time flies when you’re making dreams come true. Standing before an audience of Broadcasting and Acting students at the Welland Campus on March 16, multiple-award-winning film and television producer Mark Montefiore could hardly believe it had been more than 15 years since he was in their place as a student at Niagara College. Since he […]

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Last night, we celebrated Niagara College and Brock University Game Development students and their achievements at the 2018 Game Development Launch Event that was held at The Core at the Welland campus. A total of 26 awards were presented to some of the top students of each program. With approximately 260 friends, family and industry guests in attendance, the night was a great success. Learn more about our Game Development program with bridge opportunities, at niagaracollege.ca/gamedev 🎮

Kudos to our Public Relations grad cert students who organized this event 👏
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Today our Niagara College Event Management students unveiled the total dollars raised from this year's fundraising events for the Many Hands Project.
$10,453 goes to NCSAC's Nourishing Minds Program and $16,800 goes to Community Care of St. Catharines and Thorold. Thank you to those that attended the events and a job well done, students! Full story: bit.ly/2Hb9zdLToday our Niagara College Event Management students unveiled the total dollars raised from this year's fundraising events for the Many Hands Project.
$10,453 goes to NCSAC's Nourishing Minds Program and $16,800 goes to Community Care of St. Catharines and Thorold. Thank you to those that attended the events and a job well done, students! Full story: bit.ly/2Hb9zdL
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