Niagara College Event Management presents Cowboy Boots and Hometown Roots, a country celebration to honour 20 years of the Many Hands Project. The evening will include divine southern comfort food from Pigout Catering such as their mouth watering pork roast sandwiches with apple rosemary chutney and savory macaroni and cheese bites. Throughout the evening you will be able to take a chance to play games and win prizes such as spinning our Country 89 roulette wheel, or dancing the night away with your friends to our live country artist Brad Battle and special guest.
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Niagara College is preparing to celebrate its largest graduating class to date. More than 4,570 students will graduate at the College's Spring Convocation Ceremonies, to be held June 21-24 at the Welland Campus.
Four celebrated poets, one unforgettable event – that’s what Niagara College has in store to kick off National Poetry Month in April. The public is welcome to join the College community for Ode to the Road. The free poetry event will be held on April 4 (1 to 3 p.m.) at Benchmark Restaurant, located at the College’s Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus.
Experience Habitat Niagara’s unique wood signing event that will take place on Monday, January 11 at 4 p.m. at Niagara College. This ceremony is a Habitat tradition that allows Niagara College student builders and Habitat Niagara to gather and write messages of welcome to the Palma family, who have been selected to call this year’s Niagara College Student Build house their new home.
Niagara College will offer a behind-the-scenes look at its classrooms, interactive labs and programs during its Doors Open event on Saturday, November 21 at the Welland and Niagara-on-the-Lake campuses. (Photo courtesy of Joe Barkovich)
Five Niagara College students will soon see a film they created premiere on the big screen. Inspiring Potential, an autism awareness documentary they created for Autism Ontario - Niagara Region Chapter, will be featured for a one-time screening at Landmark Cinema in St. Catharines on Oct. 31. The 30-minute documentary aims to help viewers understand autism spectrum disorders (ASD) by explaining it through the personal stories of five local families.
What is it like to be an NC student? Join us and find out! Attend an academic or financial aid information session, actively tour our labe and facilities, and speak with our coordinators, faculty and staff first-hand.
Thinking about hosting a garage sale? Kick your plans into high gear by participating in Niagara College’s first Trunk Sale. Spaces are now available for vendors (from the college community and local residents alike) who wish to sell their items at the College’s Trunk Sale, which will be held at the Welland Campus on September 13 (noon to 3 p.m.) during Orientation Week. Spaces are limited and are available on first-come, first-served basis.