Canadore College Gearing Up for Busiest Startup on Record
Aug 31, 2018 | Canadore College
(NORTH BAY, ONT.) – – After more than 50 years of being a community pillar, Canadore College is expecting a banner year for student enrolment, with confirmations up more than 10
This September, the college will achieve substantial enrolment growth in all student categories: Indigenous, traditional, international and partnership.
“For the past eight years, Canadore has managed to buck the enrolment trend in Ontario,” said Shawn Chorney, vice-president of enrolment management, Indigenous
Students began early move-in this week to take part in a myriad of sold-out student experience programming, including international student orientation, Summer Transition
This weekend marks student move-in days at Canadore’s three residence complexes, which are at full capacity. Frosh, orientation sessions that address being a good
“Canadore takes great pride in being a part of a community that recognizes the value the college and its students bring to the area,” said Chorney. “Our students are always excited to learn how they can further integrate into the community as well, conducting volunteer work and working with employers to fill gaps or grow their business capacity.”
Canadore College welcomes an influx of students from nearly 400 Canadian communities and more than 15 international countries to its campuses. Each year, Canadore College students contribute more than $13 million in direct spending to the local economy.
Classes officially begin on Tuesday, September 4.
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