George Brown College

Living and learning at George Brown

As one of Canada’s largest and most diversified colleges, George Brown College serves a broad and vibrant student body. With three downtown campuses – St. James, Casa Loma and Waterfront – the college is an integral part of the city’s economic, cultural and social dynamic.

George Brown offers programs at the apprenticeship, certificate, diploma and degree levels. Maintaining a close relationship with industries within the city allows George Brown College to offer its students unique field education opportunities, guest speakers on campus, and industry-influenced curriculum.

George Brown by the Numbers

See how George Brown stacks up with these fast facts and figures:

  • 24,849 full-time students and 61,300 continuing education students.
  • 3,270 international students from more than 95 countries.
  • 3 campuses in downtown Toronto – Casa Loma, St. James and Waterfront.
  • 10 training facilities, offering 135 full-time programs and continuing education courses in 200 subject areas.

Life at George Brown

George Brown College, Toronto

As the largest city in Canada, Toronto offers opportunities and experiences from arts and culture to recreation and a beautiful waterfront. George Brown takes advantage of its prime downtown campus locations to provide students with applied learning labs that work with the Toronto community, such as the Chefs' House, WAVE Clinics, and Soulpepper Theatre while also cultivating relationships with industry to offer coveted field placements with some of the city's top employers.

George Brown Student Life 

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 encourage students to stay active.

Social events begin with orientation activities and continue on throughout the year.

George Brown Student Housing

The college's first residence will be part of the Pan Am Village site in 2015 and then open to George Brown students in 2016. In the meantime, George Brown 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:

  • Financial Aid
  • Counselling
  • Peer Tutoring
  • Disability Services
  • Child Care
  • Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services
  • Diversity, Equity, Human Rights

Campus Locations

St. James Campus 200 King Street East Toronto, ON, M5A3W8 Tel:416.415.2000 x4805
Casa Loma Campus 160 Kendal Avenue Toronto, ON, M5R1M3 Tel:416.415.2000 x4805
Ryerson University 99 Gerrard Street East Toronto, ON, M5B2K8 Tel:416.415.2000 x4805
School of Performing Arts 50 Tankhouse Lane Toronto, ON, M5A3C4 Tel:416.415.2000 x4805
Waterfront 51 Dockside Drive Toronto, ON, M5A0B6 Tel:416.415.2000 x4805

Programs at George Brown

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