Colleges Ontario is committed to raising the profile of colleges and of the issues in higher education and training.
News Releases - 2011
Colleges Ontario, the organization representing Ontario's 24 colleges, is joining forces with Institutes of Technology Ireland (IOTI) to sign a unique agreement that allows Ontario college students to complete degree programs in Ireland.
Colleges Ontario's annual "Higher Education Summit" will feature three internationally known speakers, the 19th annual Premier's Awards and a special tribute to former Ontario Premier William G. Davis, the founder of Ontario's college system.
Ontario's colleges have experienced their highest-ever first-year enrolment this year.
A new multi-media ad campaign launched today promotes an Ontario college education as the best path to many of the cutting-edge careers in the new knowledge economy.
Candidates in the upcoming provincial election must commit to helping students transfer between college and university without losing time or money.
Local heroes Down With Webster return to Toronto next month to perform at Malvern Collegiate Institute's spring prom – a result of Malvern winning the provincewide online contest, "College Sounds Great."
A new $400,000 multi-media advertising campaign launched today by Ontario's colleges is encouraging Aboriginal Peoples throughout the province to explore the career opportunities available through higher education.
Ontario's public colleges are pleased with the provincial budget's funding for literacy, instructional equipment and 60,000 new postsecondary places.
Ontario's colleges are praising the government's announcement of 60,000 new spots for postsecondary education by 2015-16.
Colleges Ontario, which represents the province's 24 public colleges, applauds the federal government's budget for its commitments to higher education.
The Ontario government's announcement of a credit transfer system is a good first step towards saving postsecondary students time and money, says Colleges Ontario, which represents the province's 24 public colleges.
Expert advice on everything from art history and acute care nursing to viral marketing and viticulture is now just a click away, thanks to a new online booklet produced by Ontario’s 24 public colleges.