George Brown College of Applied Arts and Technology
Living and learning at George Brown College
As one of Canada’s largest and most diversified colleges, George Brown College of Applied Arts and Technology serves a broad and vibrant student body. Located in Toronto, George Brown College is an integral part of the city’s economic, cultural and social dynamic.
George Brown programs are offered at the apprenticeship, certificate, diploma and degree levels. Maintaining a close relationship with industries within the city, George Brown College continues to offer programs that cater to students as well as prospective employers.
Choosing George Brown
George Brown by the Numbers
See how George Brown stacks up with these fast facts and figures:
- 14,000 full-time students and 50,000 continuing education students.
- 1,300 international students from more than 95 countries.
- 3 campuses in downtown Toronto – Casa Loma, St. James and Ryerson University.
- 10 training facilities, offering 150 full-time programs and 1,200 continuing education courses.
George Brown College, Toronto
The city of Toronto matches George Brown’s diverse student population. Filled with arts and theatre organizations, recreational opportunities, a beautiful waterfront and so much more, Toronto has something to offer everyone. Students will also never be bored with the multitudes of dining, shopping and sporting events available within the city.
George Brown is also very active in the Toronto community and offers many opportunities and connections for its students. Industry guest speakers are common on campus, and students are encouraged to volunteer throughout the community through camps for kids, food drives and much more.
George Brown Students
George Brown Student Life
Under the leadership of the Orientation and Student Life Office and the Student Association, George Brown students have many opportunities to get involved in campus life. Student clubs and groups encompass a variety of interests, while athletic teams, fitness classes and fully-equipped fitness centres at the St. James and Casa Loma campuses encourage students to stay active.
Social events begin with orientation activities and continue on throughout the year, with events like a hypnotist appearance, Halloween party, boat cruise and much more.
George Brown Student Housing
George Brown does not offer residence but provides resources to help students secure accommodations. In partnership with services like Ontario Student Housing and the University of Toronto, the housing department at George Brown can help students work within their budget and requirements to find a housing solution.
George Brown Student Services
George Brown provides services for all students, to help them get the most out of their education and from their college experience. Just a sample of the college's student services includes:
- Peer Tutoring
- Disability Services
- Child Care
- Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services
More George Brown College Information
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