New Brunswick Community College: Maclean's College Profile

New Brunswick Community College

New Brunswick Community College | Fredericton, N.B. | Founded 1973


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New Brunswick Community College initiated its applied research program just three years ago, and in that time has engaged students in such research areas as 3D printing and drone technology. Most of this research is in information technology (particularly mobile technology), with other projects in energy efficiency, advanced welding, teaching and learning, and social innovation.

NBCC offers more than 90 diploma, certificate, trades and apprenticeship, university transfer and academic upgrading programs in a wide range of areas. Its diverse roster includes carpentry, industrial mechanics, aquaculture, and respiratory therapy. The college has six campuses, in Fredericton, Miramichi, Moncton, Saint John, St. Andrews and Woodstock. NBCC does not currently offer on-campus residence.

Aboriginal student gathering centres exist at the Moncton, Miramichi, Saint John, and Woodstock campuses. Due to space restrictions, Aboriginal gathering centres are not currently possible at the other two campuses. 

Fall full-time enrolment Tuition (f/t diploma) Tuition (f/t certificate)
3,662 $3,150 $3,150

100 words from the president

As New Brunswick’s only publicly-funded English college and with campuses in six regions of the province, New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) plays an integral role in the social and economic prosperity of our communities through applied learning.  With 90 programs to choose from, students develop the skills to meet labour needs.  Through NBCC they also gain the leadership experience, innovative spirit and entrepreneurial know-how to create new opportunities and transform communities.  Since becoming a Crown Corporation in 2010, NBCC has harnessed 40 years of tradition and reinvented itself as an agile, collaborative and learner-centred College that supports and empowers learners to achieve success.”

– President Marilyn Luscombe

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