Sault College of Applied Arts and Technology
Living and learning at Sault College
Sault College of Applied Arts and Technology encourages students to explore their options and learn new skills through one of its many programs in the areas of aviation, business, computer studies, engineering technology, health sciences, human services, natural resources and technical trades.
Small classes and an approachable faculty and staff make it easy for students to get the most from their time in the classroom. State-of-the-art clinical simulation labs, an esthetician and hairstyling centre, aviation flight simulators, motive power and heavy equipment shops and more give students the chance to apply theory through hands-on learning.
Sault by the Numbers
See how Sault stacks up with these fast facts and figures:
- More than 9,000 full-time and part-time students.
- Over 70 post-secondary career preparation programs.
- A student-to-faculty ratio lower than the provincial average.
- 91 percent of students are working within six months of graduation.
Sault College, Sault Ste. Marie
Sault Ste. Marie is known for its outdoor activities, from skiing at the Searchmont Ski Resort to the picturesque Agawa Canyon Train Tour. Parks and lakes are also abundant for hiking, fishing and many other activities.
For those interested in urban attractions, Sault Ste. Marie has plenty of shopping malls, restaurants and night clubs. Art galleries, sports arenas, festivals and the Bon Soo Winter Carnival are just a few of the attractions that are sure to suit diverse interests.
Sault Student Life
Sault’s small class sizes make it easy to get to know instructors and fellow classmates, and the many clubs and councils offered at the college allow students to socialize outside of class. The athletics department offers students plenty of social and physical activity, offering club sports and recreation opportunities, as well as a fully-equipped fitness centre.
College events organized by the student council have in the past included Superbowl parties, ski trips and movie nights. The Outback Student Life Center is owned and operated by students, and is a great place to interact, grab some food or drink and get to know your peers.
Sault Student Housing
Sault’s residence, Ray Lawson Hall, is made up of super single, single and double rooms. Super single rooms are converted double rooms and include a bed, two wardrobes, desk, chair and sink. A washroom is shared with an adjoining room and a common area is shared with other students. Single bedrooms, (smaller than super single rooms) include only one wardrobe and share a living room and two bathrooms with seven other students. Double bedrooms have two beds, two wardrobes, two desks and chairs, a sink and shared washroom with an adjoining room.
Sault Student Services
Sault’s wide range of services encompass and fulfill the diverse needs of its students, both academically and personally. A sample of the services includes:
- Native Student Services
- Peer Tutoring
- Child Care
- Disability Services
More Sault College Information
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