St. Lawrence College - Brockville Campus
3388 Parkedale Avenue, Brockville, Ontario, K7L 5A6
This tri-campus college has locations in Brockville and in neighbouring Kingston and Cornwall and serves a wide catchment area. What sets the college apart is its ability to offer a world-class educational experience without the hassles of big-city living.
The college prepares thousands of students each year across its three campuses for careers in business, health sciences, skilled trades and apprenticeships, community services, computer and engineering technology, applied arts and music, Police Foundations and Justice, hospitality, culinary arts and much more.
The college's overall approval rating for learning environment, quality of faculty, and excellence in graduate preparation is among the highest for community colleges in Ontario and provides a testimony to their ability to consistently exceed expectations.
Key Performance Indicators (KPI) Annual Results
Fast facts: (Released April 2014)
- 94.6% of employers were "satisfied" with the quality of the educational preparation of St. Lawrence College graduates.
- 88.2% of SLC graduates found employment within six months of graduation. (Provincial rate is 83.4%)
- 82.7% of graduates were "satisfied" with the usefulness of their SLC education in achieving their goals after graduation.
- 80.6% of students were satisfied with the overall quality of services and resources available to them at SLC.
St. Lawrence College was awarded a Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) grant of $2.3M over 5 years (announced May 31, 2010). With the grant, the college has been expanding its applied research for industry programming. The college is a member of CONII - the Colleges Ontario Network for Industry Innovation. Funded by the Government of Ontario, CONII is a consortium of 20 leading colleges dedicated to helping business and industry become more competitive. Applied research focuses on solving problems and generating ideas that are marketable. Businesses and industry interested in partnering with the college should contact Ian Dick, industry liaison, at 613-544-5400, ext. 1451.
St. Lawrence College's applied research draws upon faculty expertise in the college's Energy Systems Engineering Technology Program, as well as Wind Turbine Technology, Civil Engineering, Instrumentation Control Engineering, and other programs Projects will assist prototype development and field testing, improve efficiencies in new and existing technologies, and develop integrations of the variety of emerging technologies concerned with solar, geothermal, wind, and biomass energy, with one another and with the existing power grid.
View full time programs being offered at the Brockville campus.