GTA college offers a chance to win thousands in tuition to new students
Published March 2, 2023 at 11:03 am
For high school graduates and everyone else who may be planning to start college soon, Centennial College’s open houses are a great opportunity to get answers to your post-secondary questions.
As one of the biggest and most diverse colleges in the GTA and Ontario, Centennial will be hosting open houses at all six of its Toronto locations, offering the public a chance to tour each campus and connect with staff, faculty, and current students. Interested? You can RSVP here.
One of the highlights of these open houses: Those who attend will be entered for a chance to win $5,000 to go towards their Centennial tuition!
Whether you’re interested in business, engineering technology, arts and design, hospitality or something else entirely, there’s a program for you at Centennial.
Save the dates! The open houses happen from 9:30 a.m. to noon on the following days:
Sunday, March 5
Morningside Campus, 755 Morningside Ave., Scarborough
Community and Health Studies + selected Engineering Technology and Applied Science programs
Downsview Campus, 65 Carl Hall Road, Toronto
Aviation Technician and Aerospace Manufacturing programs
Sunday, March 19
Ashtonbee Campus, 75 Ashtonbee Rd., Toronto
Transportation, General Studies and Community Service programs
Story Arts Centre Campus, 951 Carlaw Ave., Toronto
Communications, Media, Arts and Design programs
Performing Arts Centre, new, 2200 Eglinton Ave. East, Scarborough
Music, Dance, Theatre and Performing Arts programs
Sunday, April 2
Progress Campus, 941 Progress Ave, Scarborough
The Business School, Hospitality and Culinary Arts, Child Studies and Community Service, and selected Engineering Technology programs
Come out and tour the campuses, labs and facilities, and experience hands-on activities that provide valuable insight into student life at Centennial College and everything the college has to offer.
Visitors can also explore and get answers regarding Centennial’s support services, like financial aid, awards, scholarships, bursaries, residence, campus life, accessible learning, and more.
Starting out as Ontario’s first community college in 1966, Centennial College has since transformed into an international institution that draws students from many other countries including China, India, South Korea and Brazil.
Centennial offers many industry-recognized full- and part-time programs across various fields of study, with a focus on giving students real-world experience with co-op work, internships, practicums and field placements with employers before they graduate.
In addition, the College now offers a broad suite of micro-credentials – short in duration, these concise learning experiences are flexible, modern, and focused on industry needs and the future of work.
As a result, Centennial has ranked #1 in the GTA for college graduate satisfaction. They’re job-ready, as more than 88 percent of organizations that have employed Centennial grads are satisfied or very satisfied with their hires.
Online programs and courses are also available, offering students the flexibility to learn and study in whichever way best suits them, their lifestyle and schedule.
A number of financial aid options are on the table so that students who need help affording their tuition can still pursue a quality post-secondary education.
The college values diversity and inclusion, and has made a commitment to ensure its campuses are a place where all students can study, participate and work in an environment of mutual respect.
For more information on everything Centennial College has to offer, RSVP for the open house or visit the website to learn more.
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