Why Bigger Isn’t Always Better
SMALLER COLLEGES CAN OFFER MORE THAN THEIR BIG CITY COUNTERPARTS
It’s your first day of college and you’re lost…in a sea of students, on a giant campus where the map on your phone can’t even help you. You are at a big city college.
Picture this instead.
It’s your first day, the halls of your new school are full but a friendly face greets you as you stand looking a little helpless in the hall. “Do you need some help?” they say as they point you in the right direction to your class of about 30 students. Your professor is friendly and always has time for you one on one…you are at Canadore College in North Bay, Ontario.
Smaller colleges offer a more personal experience than some of their larger counterparts.
“I love the size of Canadore. My teachers always have time for me … I feel like I am more than just a number,” said Kaitlyn Bell, 2nd year student in Advertising and Marketing Communications.
A college in a smaller sized community can also offer piece of mind to parents.
“We are located in a safe and supportive community. Many parents tell us how happy they are that their children are coming to a place where they won’t have to worry about them 24/7. We offer free bus passes to get around the city, there is a doctor and nurses on campus, we have a wellness centre and there are guaranteed spots in residence for first year students. We have many resources in place to support student success — it’s our number one priority,” said Shawn Chorney,Vice-President, Student Services, Enrolment Management, Recruiting & Marketing at Canadore.
Small colleges like Canadore offer the training students need to get a career but also offer an experience that will last with them a lifetime.
“I’ll never forget this experience. I’ve already been able to work with real clients! I’m so glad I chose Canadore to start my career… and my future,” said Bell.
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