What is Colleges Ontario?
Colleges Ontario is the advocacy organization for the province’s 24 colleges of applied arts and technology.
Colleges Ontario is committed to the future strength of the province and the country. We advance policies and awareness campaigns to ensure Ontario produces the highly skilled workforce that is essential to our province’s prosperity.
We are committed to an Ontario where everyone has the opportunity to succeed.
Ontario colleges: Powering a high-performance economy
Colleges work closely with businesses to produce graduates with the professional qualifications for the new economy. Watch the video to learn more.
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Colleges Ontario is looking for a new Vice-President of Research and Policy, and for a new Senior Research and Policy Advisor.
Ontario must strengthen the support provided to post-secondary students with mental health issues.
News release - Ontario students and post-secondary institutions make immediate call for new, integrated mental health strategy
Ontario must take immediate action to address the mental health issues on campuses.
Graduates of the colleges' business programs find rewarding careers in a wide range of fields, says Linda Franklin, the president and CEO of Colleges Ontario.
News release - Essential supports for at-risk Ontario college students creates $160-million shortfall: Deloitte
A new report says colleges are spending $160 million above provincial funding for essential supports and services.
Independently gathered key performance indicators have been released for students in apprenticeship programs.
News release - Research reveals 83 per cent of college graduates secure employment within six months
New Key Performance Indicators show college education remains an effective route to employment.
College education in Ontario has grown to become one of the most successful post-secondary systems in the world, writes the Agenda's Steve Paikin.