Centennial College

Centennial College of Applied Arts and Technology is the oldest publicly funded community college in Ontario which was established in 1966. Its 4 campuses are located in the eastern part of the Greater Toronto Area. Centennial College is recognized as one of the most culturally diverse post-secondary institutions in Ontario. Almost 100 ethno-cultural groups are represented and 80 languages are spoken on campus.

The college offers more than 100 applied degrees, diploma and certificate programs on a full- and part-time basis in business, communication arts, community and consumer services, science and engineering technology, health and transportation. Centennial College supports enrolments of 14,500 full-time students and 25,000 part-time learners annually.

Centennial College Campuses

Progress Campus – 941 Progress Avenue, Scarborough (near Markham Road and Highway 401).

The main programs offered here are those in the School of Business and the School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culture.

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Ashtonbee Campus – 75 Ashtonbee Road, Scarborough (near Warden Avenue-Eglinton Avenue area).

Ashtonbee is home to the largest training school for transportation technology in Canada. The college boasts industry partnerships with major manufacturers, including Honda/Acura, Toyota, General Motors, Ford, Volvo Trucks, Freightliner and Canadian Tire. The campus includes a fully functional aircraft hangar, licensed by Transport Canada, complete with a “fleet” of 10 aircraft which are used as training aids by the aircraft technician and avionics technician students.

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Centennial Science and Technology Centre – 755 Morningside Avenue, Morningside Avenue and Ellesmere Road area.

The newest campus opened in the summer of 2004 to house joint programs with the University of Toronto Scarborough. The campus is home to the Computer Science and Technology, health science and environmental science programs that the college offers. Some of the media arts programs are also offered here in partnership with UTSC across the street.

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The Centre for Creative Communications – 951 Carlaw Avenue, East York (near the Danforth)

Opened in 1994, The Centre for Creative Communications is home to Centennial’s award-winning School of Communications, Media and Design. Taught here are most of the creative communication programs such as advertising and digital animation.

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Contact Centennial College

Email: success at centennialcollege.ca
Tel: 416-289-5000
Toll free in Ontario: 1-800-268-4419

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