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Grand Falls - Windsor Campus

 
 

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About

Welcome and thank you for visiting the Grand Falls-Windsor Campus website, College of the North Atlantic. We invite you to explore our programs and services through the pages and links provided. If you still have questions and or suggestions after you have taken the tour please contact us by visiting our campus or contacting us by telephone or email.

Grand Falls-Windsor campus of College of the North Atlantic is located in central Newfoundland. The campus services two economic zones which are the Exploits Valley with a population of 27,000 residents, and the Coast of Bays with a population of 8,000 residents.

The Grand Falls-Windsor campus has a lot to offer students with diverse educational interests – from one, two and three year diploma and certificate programs to personal interest courses. Our campus is focused on ensuring the learner is at the center of the learning process. Our human and program resources are aimed at helping students reach their personal and educational goals. A key element of this includes 21 credit transfer agreements with universities through Canada and the United States.
There are numerous services and resources available at the Grand Falls-Windsor Campus to enhance student life, including a guidance counselor, a student development officer, an academic resource center, student services office, an extensive library, an active student council, an Enactus chapter, and a full service cafeteria. The community of Grand Falls-Windsor is a safe, family-oriented and business friendly community, the hub of the Exploits Valley in harmony with its neighboring communities. The town has several amenities such as shopping centers, restaurants, health services, and several entertainment facilities.

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Words from your Host

My name is Rob Hillier, and I am your Student Development Officer (SDO) at College of the North Atlantic’s (CNA) Grand Falls-Windsor campus.

Grand Falls-Windsor campus has a lot to offer students with diverse educational interests – from one, two and three-year diploma and certificate programs to personal interest courses. Our campus is focused on ensuring the learner is at the centre of the learning process. Our human and program resources are aimed at helping students reach their personal and educational goals. A key element of this includes 21 credit transfer agreements with universities throughout Canada and the United States.

There are numerous services and resources available at our campus to enhance student life, including a Guidance Counsellor, an SDO, Student Services office, an extensive library, an active student council, an Enactus chapter, and a full-service cafeteria. Generally, I provide students with out-of-the-classroom type services and act as a liaison between students, faculty, staff and administration.

Generally, I provide students with out-of-the-classroom type services and act as a liaison between students, faculty, staff and administration.

Some of my duties include:

  • Planning and facilitating orientation activities in conjunction with other college staff;
  • Student council – I act as a liaison between the council and staff and lend support/advise
  • Peer tutoring – I assist with matching tutors and relevant students. It is free for students requiring tutoring, while the tutors get paid by the campus (maximum of 15 hours per relationship). 
  • Student Aid information and loan status
  • Planning our graduation
  • Scholarships and awards
  • Coordinating visitation by many external community and regional groups
  • Recruitment – inquiries at campus, high schools, community groups, etc.
  • Delegation of campus lockers

Anything else that students need, they can come see me. Questions? Email me at: Robert.hillier@cna.nl.ca.

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