Niagara College’s Welland campus is dedicated to sustainability. It manages its abundant green space with an alternative system known as “naturalization,” where the landscape is allowed to grow with a minimal use of fertilizer and pesticides. The campus has numerous other sustainability features, like a geothermal heat pump, wind turbine, and solar panels.
Niagara has two more campuses, in Niagara-on-the-Lake and Niagara Falls. The Niagara-on-the-Lake campus, set in the heart of Ontario wine country, is home to the Canadian Food and Wine Institute. The institute features Canada’s very first teaching brewery and a 40-acre on-campus vineyard.
More than 100 programs are offered at Niagara, including degrees, certificates, diplomas, graduate certificates, apprenticeship training, upgrading, and continuing education. Its programming ranges from photonics engineering to environmental management to web design, offering a choice for virtually any interest.
Applied research at Niagara is grouped around a number of specialized research centres, with focus areas including agriculture and environment, digital and web solutions, and advanced manufacturing. Niagara aims to incorporate sustainability into all its projects.
Suite-style student residences are available at the Niagara-on-the-Lake and Welland campuses.
Total f/t enrolment
Tuition (f/t degree)
Tuition (f/t diploma)
Tuition (f/t certificate)
Students direct from high school
(including material fees) $7,196.20 - $7,346.20
(including material fees): $4,036.70 - $17,939.17
(including material fees): $4,092.70 to $8,050.52