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You Belong in our #CentennialFam of 25,000 students and 170,000 + alumni worldwide!

Whether you’re looking for a career in design, sports journalism or the performing arts, our Story Arts Centre campus has the program for you.

Home to our communications, media, arts and design programs, this campus is conveniently located, only minutes away from downtown Toronto.

Featuring a 16,500 square-foot television studio, broadcast video, audio and post production facilities and digital imaging labs, this campus achieved fame as the original setting for the CBC series Degrassi High, which was filmed on location between 1989 and 1991.

The creative energy that fills our halls is undeniable from the moment you walk through our doors. Graduates of our programs have gone on to have their work recognized at prestigious industry awards ceremonies, including the Oscars.

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You’re producing such a great product. It's a good learning experience —really fun, but hard work. Covering the 2017 North American Indigenous Games, as a class, was a great learning experience. It was our first time really interacting with the studio, and the equipment, but thanks to the organization and work that my colleagues have done, it all comes together in the end. Erin Moore, Sports Journalism, Graduate

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