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          Microcredentials

          A microcredential is a flexible, short course or set of courses designed to provide learners with specialized, industry-relevant training that equips them with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to compete in a global job market. Upon successful completion, students can receive a digital badge that can be shared on social platforms to enhance job search profiles. Microcredentials are tailored to those looking for flexible, part-time learning.

          Academic Delivery Plan

          Canadore College has announced its academic delivery plan to ensure students are prepared and can complete their program requirements in the safest possible way.

          COVID-19 Coronavirus Updates

          Important messages and updates regarding Canadore's response to Coronavirus

          First Peoples' Centre

          We offer comprehensive cultural and academic support for our Indigenous learners and reach out to many more through recruitment, promotion, and community outreach projects.

          International Students

          We strive to make the transition for our international students an easy one by providing a variety of assistance.

          The Residence Experience

          All first-year students are guaranteed a spot in our apartment-style residence facilities that give you a space to call your own!

          Canadore College Virtual Tours

          Join us for a 360° experience of our labs. 

          Safe Campuses

          Our safe and friendly community atmosphere offers on-site security, 24-hour video surveillance, and various safety initiatives.

          Be Canadore Ready!

          Are you ready for College? 
          Take our quiz and find out!

          Canadore College resides on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg and within lands protected by the Robinson Huron Treaty of 1850.  This land is occupied by the people of Nipissing First Nation, Treaty #10 in the Robinson Huron Treaty of 1850 since time immemorial.