Sault College was founded in 1965 and is a publicly funded college of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. Students can choose from over 150 full- and part-time certificate and degree programs, and there are currently over 4,500 students enrolled.
Expedia ranked Sault as one of the top 10 Friendliest cities in Canada in 2018 and the College was rated as Ontario's number one College by its students.
Undergraduate courses at Sault include diplomas, certificates, advanced diplomas and degrees in a wide range of subjects, including engineering, business and art. Student satisfaction at Sault for education and skills provided is almost 84%.
Over $500,000 in scholarships are available to international students every year. Full-time students attending Sault College are eligible to apply for a variety of scholarships, awards, and bursaries. Scholarships are normally awarded on the basis of academic achievement.
Sault offers health, counselling, financial and careers services to international students at the College.
Sault College uses Ray Lawson Halls for accommodation, offering single, double, or superior single rooms to students.
Students can find comfort on campus in spacious double, single, premium single and barrier free rooms. Laundry, cable and internet are included at no extra cost. Raw Lawson Hall hosts a full kitchen on every floor and Residence Staff are always on site.
The main campus of Sault College is surrounded by many dog parks, skate parks, yoga centres, and fitness centres with a long non motorised hub trail.
The location of the College is the heart of the Great Lakes on the international border, which is connected by an excellent highway, and the Marie Airport is just a drive of around twenty-five minutes only. Nearby cities in this area are Toronto, Ottawa, and some cities in western Canada.