Tel: 416-289-5300 or toll-free:
1-800-268-4419 (Ontario only)
P.O Box 631 Station A
Toronto, ON, M1K 5E9
P.O Box 631 Station A
|Established as Toronto's first public college in 1966, Centennial College offers programs in business, communications, community and health studies, science and engineering technology, general arts, hospitality and transportation.|
I'm not sure I can afford to go to school. Is any financial assistance available?
What are Student Services and what is available at Centennial?
Assistance is also available for those who have a documented disability. We encourage you to contact our Centre for Students with Disabilities to ensure you receive the accommodations you need. For more information, please visit Student Services. Our Student Association also offers a number of services for all students, e.g., the CCSAI-administered health plan, on- and off-campus social events, student clubs, used text book sales, and much more.
I've recently been laid off and want to know if there are any programs for me, to help me return to school. I heard about the Second Career Strategy. Where can I get more information?
No one in my family has ever gone to college or university. I'm worried about how I will do when I start college - is there any help available for people like me?
What do I do if I need a visa to study in Canada?
I have been out of school for a long time. I'm worried about going back to school after such a long time and then being with class mates who are much younger than me. Can you help me?
I have a disability and may need some assistance to help me to be successful at college. Are there any resources available to help me?
What kind of programs do you offer?
What do I get at the end of my program?
Do you have any internships or field placements? What about co-op?
I might be interested in attending university after I graduate from college. Will a university give me credit for my Centennial courses?
What if I don't meet the minimum admission requirements?
When should I apply?
How do I apply?
My transcripts are from outside Canada. Do I need to submit them with my application?
What happens after I have applied?
Do I need to take any test before I can start my classes/before I apply?
You may need take skills assessments for admission if you:
This means that if your scores are too low, you may not get into your program, though you may be offered admission to a related program to build your skills for future entry into your program of choice.
I already have attended college/university. Can I shorten my program by getting transfer credit for courses I have already taken at another institution?
Is it possible to receive any credit for my work experience so I can shorten my program?
I have applied to Centennial College but never heard back from the College. What do I do?
I have been accepted! What happens next?
When is Orientation/Frosh Week?
How many hours will I be in class each day?
What if I want to transfer to another program?
What is the Signature Learning Experience and what is Humanracebook.ca?
Note: Information is subject to change without notice.