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(May 28, 2015) -

On May 28, 2015, President Jim Madder hosted approximately 200 guests at his annual President’s Breakfast at the Victoria Inn.  Jim highlighted the achievements of the second year of the College’s three-year strategic plan, Wiicitaakewin, as well as addressed what the community can expect going forward.  Dignitaries, college staff and alumni and community partners and supporters were in attendance. 

Couldn't be there?  Don't worry!
Check out the full report... to learn more about how we are doing. The recorded presentation is now available for viewing ...


(May 28, 2015) -

THUNDER BAY, ON, May 28, 2015 – Confederation College celebrated 48 grade 11 students today by awarding them with conditional offers of acceptance through its unique Confederation Bound: Early Acceptance program.  The program is built upon the principle that recipient students be identified by their high schools as needing extra encouragement to pursue post-secondary education. Some students; however, have also been provided with the offers as they have indicated a strong interest in attending Confederation.  Students in the program come from across northwestern Ontario...

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(May 25, 2015) -

The Confederation College Community Garden currently has 11 plots available for individuals from the college community to register for. Each plot is approximately 8' x 12' and costs just $20 for the 2015 growing season.  The garden is located behind the Fitness Centre, in the space where the tennis courts were once located.  The garden is open to everyone!  Check out the full details, including how to register...

(May 24, 2015) -

Applications are still being accepted graphic

Applications are still being accepted in a number of our postsecondary programs at our Thunder Bay campus, as well as at our eight regional campuses. It is not too late to apply! For more information visit: 

(May 19, 2015) -

After two years of extensive consultation and a lot of hard work from the entire College community, Confederation College proudly launched its Student Mental Health and Well-Being Strategy today; the first of its kind among Ontario colleges...

(May 13, 2015, Thunder Bay) -

This week Confederation College welcomed 37 students enrolled in the first intake of the new Hydro-One Pre-Technology (Electrical) Ontario Certificate program to campus.  The week launched their first semester, 12 weeks of study which will provide them with several industry certifications, followed by a Personal and Career Development certificate. 

The program is presented in partnership with Hydro One.  It is designed to encourage Aboriginal and other students from the north to earn the skills and academic requirements necessary to pursue an apprenticeship in the electrical power distribution and related fields...