Carbonear Campus


Virtual Tour


Below you will find some media and resources to help with your transition.

These other campus documents are also available on our campus pages at www.cna.nl.ca
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About Carbonear Campus

College of the North Atlantic, Carbonear campus, is located on the east coast of Newfoundland and Labrador. The current population is approximately 4,800 residents and is located on the Avalon Peninsula, approximately an hour outside of the capital city of St. John’s. Residents of the town have close access to health care facilities, secondary and post-secondary schools, shopping, restaurants, and a Recreational Complex (swimming pool, track, tennis courts).  Carbonear experiences mild and wet winters; summers are warm and moist and typically are shorter than other provinces in Canada. Temperatures can reach 30 degree Celsius in the summer and lows of minus 15 degrees in the winter.

The campus is located in the downtown historical district which features restaurants and eateries, grocery shopping, retail outlets, boutique shopping, post-secondary schools, and a public library. The campus is situated alongside Carbonear Pond and is a short walk to beautiful outdoor activities including the George W. Earle Promenade and Nell’s Walking Trail as well as historical structures such as the Railway Station Museum, the Old Post Office Building, and the Rorke Premises.

Helpful links and other information:

Find us at:

College of the North Atlantic
4 Pike's Lane P.O. Box 60
Carbonear, NL
A1Y 1A7
Tel: 709-596-6139

Words from your Host

Welcome to College of the North Atlantic, Carbonear! My name is Robyn Frampton and I’m the Student Development Officer at our campus. I’m part of our Student Services Team, which includes the Admissions Officer, Accessibility Services Coordinator, Computer Support Specialist Guidance Counsellor, Librarian and Library Technician, Resource Facilitator, and Storekeeper.

We know that starting something new and unfamiliar may be intimidating at first and you will most likely have many questions. Whether you’re starting college for the first time or racing to the finish line, our staff and faculty are here to offer you support along the way! We are hard at work to ensure that your experience is memorable and unique as we work together to help inspire, encourage, and support you in your studies. We are excited for you to study at our campus and see all our community has to offer.

On behalf of the staff and faculty at our campus, I extend a warm welcome to you and hope you feel at the College of the North Atlantic community!

Your host