Northern College

Explore Big Opportunities at Ontario’s Smallest College

An unwavering commitment to student success, high quality programs led by exceptional professors with real-world experience, graduates who have gone on to outstanding career success and a treasured relationship with the community – Northern has been guided by these ideals since 1967. Northern College remains committed to ensuring quality, accessible education through innovative programs, services and partnerships for the benefit of our northern communities. At Northern, we are guided by principles of the Northern Educational Experience:

  • Learning for success.
  • Career opportunities through innovative education and transferable skills.
  • Practical, hands-on experiences.
  • Value for your investment.
  • Support for lifelong learning.
  • A healthy, adaptive and progressive organizational culture.

Life at Northern

At Northern, you are never far from your next great adventure. There is always something to see, do and experience. Enjoy plenty of recreational activities in all four seasons. Spend time outdoors exploring nature trails and lakes. Attend a wide range of festivals, attractions and cultural events. The Northern experience is so much more than just classes, labs and homework. That’s why we host exciting activities and events giving you an opportunity to make new friends and create great memories.

For outdoor enthusiasts, our Northern communities provide excitement and adventure. Snowshoeing, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, downhill skiing, and ice fishing can fill the winter months. Enjoy summers golfing, canoeing, kayaking, fishing or relaxing by one of the hundreds of lakes surrounding our campus communities.

There is never a shortage of indoor activities. As a student, you have free access to athletic facilities. All campus locations have a weight room, cardio equipment, and a full-size gymnasium. Intramurals and activities are specific to each campus location and are held throughout the year. Why not complement your academic growth with a fitness regimen? Get to know students from other programs over a game of basketball, badminton or hockey.

We host annual events that celebrate our multicultural student population and build a sense of community centred on respect and diversity. Our Annual Northern College Traditional Powwow and Indigenous Cultural Awareness Week is a time for students, staff and community to learn and celebrate Indigenous cultures.

Student Housing

Timmins Campus Residence – Only steps away from Porcupine Lake, the Timmins Campus Residence features a large, bright common kitchen with five cooking stations, laundry facilities, lounges with cable television and a games room.

Haileybury Campus Residence – The Haileybury Campus is home to a new privately owned and operated residence, located next to the scenic Rock Walk Park, just steps away from the main College building. Its 16 townhouse style apartments were designed with accessibility in mind and can accommodate up to 64 students.

Student Services

Northern College provides comprehensive services focused on guiding and enhancing your college experience.

Campus Locations

Timmins 4715 Highway 101 East South Porcupine, ON, P0N1H0 Tel:705.235.3211
Haileybury 640 Latchford Street Haileybury, ON, P0J1K0 Tel:705.672.3376
Kirkland Lake 140 Government Road East Kirkland Lake, ON, P2N3L8 Tel:705.567.9291
Moosonee First Avenue Moosonee, ON, P0L1Y0 Tel:705.336.2913

Programs at Northern

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