Introducing the 2023 3M National Teaching Fellowship Award Winners

Meet the university and college educators who, through leadership and dedication to teaching, are making a difference.

How to pick the right college program

There are thousands of subjects to study at Canadian colleges. Here are 10 tips for figuring out which one suits you best.

How to find college scholarships

Seven tips for finding money to help pay for your college education.

How dorm life helps students find community

On-campus residence isn’t just a university thing. Many colleges in Canada offer student housing and all its benefits.

How five students found friends and community in college

“I’ve never been homesick since. It’s really a family away from home.”

(Illustration by Sam Island)

How to stay on top of finances in college

Tuition, ancillary fees, due dates, drop dates—paying for college has its own vocabulary. Here are 10 tips for staying on top of the bills and keeping costs down.

Technology blurs the line between white- and blue-collar work

IN A MODERN AUTO PLANT, robots are everywhere. People? Not as much. Even if thousands are employed there, they may be hard to spot on the assembly line. “You walk through and you say, ‘Where are they? They’re not putting the cars together. They must be somewhere else,’ ” says David Santi, dean of the Marshall School of Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship at Ontario’s Mohawk College.

Introducing the 2022 3M National Teaching Fellowship Award Winners

Celebrating some of the country’s best university and college teachers

(Illustrations by Melanie Lambrick)

Did the pandemic make post-secondary students more resilient?

More than two thirds of students surveyed told us that they have felt optimistic, productive and equipped to handle their problems during the pandemic. But this isn’t a straightforward story about resilience.

McGregor, co-director of the Amplify Podcast Network (Courtesy of Hannah McGregor)

Extending scholarship to oral traditions through podcasting

How a group of creative Canadian academics is changing the face—or is that sound?—of scholarship

Got a business problem? College students can solve it.

Applied research programs at SAIT show how college students, facilities and faculty can tackle entrepreneurs’ challenges and gain real-world experience in the process

Polytechnics shouldn’t be an afterthought for students

Whatever name they go by, polytechnics offer hands-on experience and skills training, so students are employable even before they leave campus