Mohawk and triOS College unveil brand new campus in Mississauga


Published October 4, 2022 at 2:51 pm

Mississauga students who want to learn close to home officially have a new post-secondary option in the city. 

On Oct. 4, Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie congratulated Mohawk College and triOS College on the grand opening of their new campus. 

According to Mohawk, a Hamilton-based college, the new “state-of-the-art” facility officially opened its doors on Sept. 30. 

The new campus, located on the southwest side of Square One at 100 City Centre Drive, will function as an educational hub for international students who will receive “practical, hands-on instruction in the areas of Business, Technology, and Supply Chain Management.” 

The campus is close to transit, major highways, a huge array of high-rise condos and Sheridan College. 

“The Mohawk College Mississauga Campus allows us to more quickly expand our programs and serve more students at a time when the community, and the province, has an acute need for a trained workforce,” said Mohawk College President and CEO Ron J. McKerlie in a statement. 

“We are looking forward to growing together with triOS College so that more and more people can attain a well-earned and well-respected Mohawk College credential.”

According to Mohawk’s website, students who enrol in programs at the new campus will receive full credit from the college for all Mohawk courses completed. The website also says that students who meet program graduation requirements will receive a credential from Mohawk College.

Courses offered at the new campus include Global Business Management, International Business Management, Supply Chain Management and more. 

“The opening of this new campus in partnership with Mohawk College represents a great opportunity for international students studying in the heart of Mississauga”, said triOS CEO Frank Gerencser in a statement. 

“Students will be able to leverage the high-quality, hands-on education that triOS is known for and graduate job-ready for careers in Business, Technology, and Supply Chain Management.”

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