Our Campus

鶹tv is highly rated in Student Satisfaction year after year from our recent graduates. Here you can get a glimpse into College life, walk through our newest state-of-the-art labs and learn about the amazing facilities we have at our Sault Ste. Marie campus. From the moment you walk through the door of our College, you’ll notice a difference. It’s a friendly place you’ll soon be calling home.

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We refuse to sit idle. From our new Waterfront and Adventure Centre, recharged Motive Power Centre and innovative iE3 project, real change is happening here. See how are campus is revitalized and amazing!
Welcome to the iE3. Short for the Institute for the Environment, Education and Entrepreneurship – a cutting-edge facility used to enhance our outdoor studies and communication technology programs – and one of our amazing new buildings.

The 鶹tv Fitness Centre offers a fully functional fitness space featuring state of the art equipment, that has all of your recreation and wellness needs covered.
The all new Waterfront Adventure Centre is home to a student and community inclusive space that takes advantage of outdoor recreational activities. Situated along the picturesque waters of the St. Mary’s River in the heart of the Great Lakes.
You will see the fire burning at different times throughout the year, such as during our annual Pow Wow, our First of November Feast, and our Winter Gathering.

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Land Acknowledgement

Located in the Robinson Huron Treaty territory, we are grateful to Mother Earth for providing us the land, water, air, and food needed to sustain all life. And we acknowledge Indigenous Peoples as the original stewards of this land who have lived in harmony and in respect with all Creation. As we are all relations, it is important to recognize this interconnected relationship with one another and our obligation to respect the land that has nourished, healed, protected, and embraced us. We honour Obadjiwan (Batchewana First Nation) and Ketegunseebee (Garden River First Nation) as the original caretakers of the land that 鶹tv is situated on and acknowledge the contributions of the historical Metis Nation of Sault Ste, Marie in the stewardship of this territory.