Location: Ontario, Canada
Total Students: 13,000
Percentage of International Students: 15%
Georgian offers a special focus on entrepreneurship. The Henry Bernick Entrepreneurship Centre, at the college’s Barrie Campus, assists entrepreneurs in four main areas: training, connections, funding and mentorship.
Georgian has more than 5,000 students enrolled in co-op programs.
Georgian offers more than $3 million in bursaries and scholarships to students each year.
Georgian’s University Partnership Centre offers a means of earning university degrees, college degrees, combined degree-diplomas and graduate certificate programs.
- Honours Bachelor of Business Administration (Automotive Management)
- Honours Bachelor of Business Administration (Management and Leadership)
- Honours Bachelor of Business Administration (Golf Management)
- Honours Bachelor of Interior Design
- Honours Bachelor of Police Studies
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Collaborative Program)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) Degree with Electrical Engineering Technology Advanced Diploma
- Honours Bachelor of Arts and Science – Environmental Sustainability (Specialization in Ecosystem Management) Degree with Environmental Technician Diploma
- Honours Bachelor of Science – Applied Life Sciences (Specialization in Biomedical Techniques) Degree with Biotechnology-Health Diploma
- Honours Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Degree with Computer Programmer Diploma
Ranked as #1st for international student satisfaction rate among the top colleges of Ontario, it is presently one of the most sought-after higher education institutes in Canada.
Georgian has on-campus residences at the Barrie, Orillia and Owen Sound campuses.
Georgian- The residence houses 524 students in an eight-storey building overlooking the campus to the west and Little Lake to the north. Most residence suites accommodate two students with each student having a private bedroom. All doors in the residence, including bedroom doors, are controlled by electronic key card access to assist in the safety and security of our residents.
Orillia Campus- The residence houses 192 students in three 4-storey buildings overlooking the campus. Most residence suites accommodate four students with each student having a private bedroom. All doors in the residence, including bedroom doors, are controlled entry to assist in the safety and security of our residents.
Owen Sound Campus- The residence houses 61 students in townhouse style buildings. Most residence suites accommodate four students with each student having a private bedroom. All doors in the residence, including bedroom doors, are controlled entry to assist in the safety and security of our residents.
Georgian College’s main campus is located on a 140-acre (57 ha) site on the northeast edge of Barrie. The Barrie Campus is home to the University Partnership Centre, offering degree studies and combined degree-diploma programs. The Barrie Campus is also home to the Sadlon Centre for Health, Wellness and Sciences. Opened in 2011, this $65-million, 165,000-square-foot (15,300 m2) facility has allowed Georgian to double its enrolment in health and wellness programs to 3,000 students and allow students to pursue health sciences-related certificates, diplomas and degrees, including advanced degree programs. It is home to a variety of health care teaching clinics open to the public, as well as laboratories and classrooms.
The Orillia Campus was established in 1969. On-site facilities include a 150-seat theatre, fitness centre and weight room. Over 1,600 students pursue studies at the campus. Many but not all programs at the Orillia Campus focus on community safety and human services fields. Other programs include Veterinary Assistant and Veterinary Technician, plus numerous graduate certificate programs and part-time offerings. The campus has an on-site residence housing 192 students in three 4-storey buildings. Residence suites accommodate four students with each student having a private bedroom.
The Owen Sound Campus has over 1,000 full-time students and offers a wide variety of programs, from skilled trades, to early childhood education, to practical nursing. The campus has an on-site residence that houses 61 students in townhouse-style buildings. Most residence suites accommodate four students with each student having a private bedroom.
The Robbert Hartog Midland Campus provides education and training opportunities to North Simcoe County. Campus features include 39,000 square feet of dedicated shop space, Indigenous Resource Centre, a cafeteria, and Recreational Boating Centre of Excellence. It has several hundred full-time students and focuses on skilled trades education including electrical, mechanical, marine engine, welding and plumbing programs.
The Muskoka Campus was established in 1977 and is located in Bracebridge, 100 km (62 mi) north of Barrie. Campus features include a 7,000-square-foot carpentry shop, computer labs, free parking, multimedia classrooms and videoconferencing capabilities.
South Georgian Bay
The John Di Poce South Georgian Bay Campus, located in Collingwood, Ontario, was established in 1985. Campus features include 20,000 square feet of multi-function classrooms, community room, computer lab, student lounge and videoconferencing capabilities. The campus is easily accessed by municipal transit.
The Orangeville Campus was established in 1988. Campus features include a computer lab, student lounge, videoconferencing capabilities and nursing lab.
- Scott Bravener
- Aylan Couchie
- Dale George, industrial designer
- Jon Montgomery, Olympic Gold Medalist (skeleton racing) and television host
- Eve Northmore, founded the Women’s Snowboard Federation
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