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Confederation College Campuses 3D

4 pillars

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    Access and Success

  • Pillar Dot 02

    Indigenous Learning

  • Pillar Dot 03

    Institutional Excellence

  • Pillar Dot 04

    Community Prosperity

Access and Success

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Confederation College creates a positive, supportive environment that attracts students and meets their educational objectives

Student Data

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Postsecondary and non-postsecondary students

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Postsecondary students

Full-Time Postsecondary students 2022/23

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Graduate Satisfaction Rate


Graduate Employment Rate

Distance Education students have grown to
of our regional student body (up from 9%)
SCWI students who ladder into Apprenticeship programming
up from 7% last year
Number of postsecondary students completing flexible courses
up from 1043, or 27% from 2021/22
Total student participation in employment services and events
Up from 1522 in 2021/22

Pre ECE Certificate

Emily Loney-Rogowsky Testimonial

Seat Expansion in High Demand Programs

Seat Expansion in High Demand Programs

Culture Talks

Five Culture Talks sessions were held in partnership with the Student Union and college staff, to highlight different cultures on campus. Concluded with Diversity Days celebrations in March.

Indigenous Learning

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Anishinaabemowin General Elective course developed and offered

Grassy Narrows Partnership

Grassy Narrows Project

We are partnering with Grassy Narrows on the Mercury Care Home that will be built in their community and preparing community members to be employed at the home. The partnership kicked off with the Personal Support Worker Program being offered in community. We have secured funding to provide Academic Upgrading and will continue to partner to meet the training and post-secondary needs of the community.

Institutional Excellence

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Confederation College is recognized as an excellent and progressive organization.

College Spaces and Infrastructure

Number of programs delivered through asynchronous online learning

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Number of students registered in online courses

Number of sustainability and/or energy saving projects

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Blackbaud System

Blackbaud System has been purchased to provide an awards Management platform to create a more equitable process for students applying for bursaries, ensuring that donor criteria are met and creating a better experience for donors and students (one application process for any bursary).

Setting the Stage Campaign

Stage Campaign

The John Andrews Foundation has generously donated $125,000 and the Ontario government through the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC) has provided $447,750 to support the Setting the Stage Campaign to renew and revitalize Confederation College’s Dibaajimogamig Lecture Theatre.

Energy and Carbon Thought Leadership Summit

Held an Energy and Carbon Thought Leadership Summit on March 30th. With 40+ participants from the City of Thunder Bay area and region from 21 organizations with representatives from 3 Indigenous communities/organizations. Two Indigenous organizations provided presentations about their energy projects towards net zero. The focus of the summit was to provide an opportunity for Thunder Bay facilities operators to connect, share experiences, and leverage collective knowledge to establish pathways for a net zero community.

Community Prosperity

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Confederation College enriches the quality of life, prosperity and sustainability of diverse communities.

Contract Training Sessions in Northwestern Ontario

Training Sessions Stats

Alumni Speakers Program

We have over 6,000 engaged alumni, up from 1,457 last year.
Alumni Speakers Program has been formalized.
As part of this initiative, Alumni were matched with students from the Digital Marketing, Marketing Analytics program to be interviewed about their career journey after graduating from the College.

Data Sources: Office of Institutional Research and Strategic Planning. EMSI Economic Impact Study, April 2021. Information is based on data available as of May 23, 2023.

For more information about the development, implementation and progress monitoring of our Strategic Plan, contact our Office of Institutional Research and Strategic Planning.