Georgian College is a College of Applied Arts and Technology in Ontario. The college was established during the formation of Ontario’s college system in 1967. Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology were established on May 21, 1965, when the Ontario system of public colleges was created.
Georgian College has seven campuses in various areas across Ontario, encompassing an area of 21,000 sq km. Barrie Campus is the largest campus and is home to an Art Gallery, Changemaker Space, fitness center with climbing wall and gymnasium, Henry Bernick Entrepreneurship Centre, Indigenous Resource Centre, innovation labs, library, on-campus residence, nursing simulation labs, six public health and wellness clinics, student lounges, theatres, videoconferencing.
Georgian College offers a platter of diverse programs available as full-time, part-time and preparation courses. The courses are taught in English and Bilingual language. Level of study and field of study are shown below:The college offers certificates, diplomas, undergraduate and graduate degrees through over 130 programs across a wide variety of academic disiplines. The college also offers combined degree-diploma programs with Lakehead University. The college offers on-campus and online study too.
Georgian College is known for academic excellence. We work continuously with industry and community partners to ensure what you’re learning is relevant and up-to-date. With our focus on entrepreneurship, signature learning experiences and community service learning, Georgian graduates are prepared to become valued members of the workforce and society.
They accelerate success through exceptional teaching and learning, innovation and partnerships. The mission of Georgian College is to inspire innovation, transform lives and connect communities through the power of education. They value excellence, community, engagement, integrity, inclusion and sustainability. Georgian College offers academic upgrading, apprenticeship training, certificate, diploma, graduate certificate, college degree and university programs (including combined degree-diplomas) and part-time studies in such areas such as automotive business, business and management, community safety, computer studies, design and visual arts, engineering technology and environmental studies, health, wellness and sciences, hospitality, tourism and recreation, human services, Indigenous studies, liberal arts, marine studies, and skilled trades.