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Kyle creates designs with personality in Jewellery and Metals

Kyle turns his passion into a profession by designing hand-made jewellery with a special touch of personality.

Kyle looks through a small magnifying glass at a jewel he's using for a jewellery project. Read more...

Georgian launching eight new programs in 2018

To meet the demand of our local economy, Georgian College is offering eight new programs in 2018. The programs are a mix of advanced diploma, diploma, certificate and graduate certificates. Learn about all full-time programs and more in Georgian’s 2018-2019 Full-time Program Guide.

The new programs are:

Mark gains valuable experience in Mechanical Engineering Technology

In the Electric Vehicle Racing Club, Mark collaborates with several students to create sustainable, efficient and innovative mechanical designs.

Mark sits at a computer station working on a computer, looking at a 3D drawing of an electric vehicle. Read more...

Attend an opioid crisis information session at the Barrie Campus on Dec. 18

Georgian College’s Campus Safety and Security in partnership with the Simcoe Muskoka Health Unit is hosting an opioid crisis information session on:

  • Monday, Dec. 18
  • 3 to 4 p.m.
  • Rowntree Theatre, Barrie Campus

Doug Ironside, BScN, a public health nurse in the Community and Family Health Department of the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit (SMDHU), will facilitate the session. Doug specializes in injury and substance misuse prevention. Read more...

Graphic Design alumna scores touchdown with classic ticket design

In a competition against hundreds of participants from across the country, Georgian grad Carolyn Doukas has come out on top.

To celebrate the 105th Grey Cup, the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group, the Canadian Football League (CFL) and the Grey Cup Festival team announced a ticket design competition that ran from April 10 to June 27. Read more...

Erin works with changemakers in Child and Youth Care


Erin explains how learning in social entrepreneurship helps her gain experience tackling major social issues and creating positive influences in a child’s life. Explore a future in Human Services today. Read more...

Student Strike Relief Fund

Following consultation with student leaders and the provincial government, details of the promised student strike relief fund have been finalized. Full details are now posted.

This fund will assist students with incremental expenses related to the strike. Full-time domestic and international students who remain enrolled in their program and who have unexpected additional costs because of the strike are eligible to apply for reimbursement up to $500. Apprentices completing their in-school training are also be eligible to apply. Read more...

Complimentary flu shot clinic at Barrie Campus

A free flu shot clinic for Georgian staff and domestic students will be offered at the Barrie Campus. All participants must bring their health cards.

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Faculty contract updates

Update: Wednesday, Nov. 1, 11 a.m.

This morning Ontario colleges asked the provincially appointed mediator to bring the colleges and faculty union back to the table to resume bargaining tomorrow. Read more...

Andrew finds personal success in General Arts and Sciences

Andrew opens doors, builds a legacy for future generations and is a shining example for his kids.

AJ sits at a table in the library while reading his textbook. Read more...