Iona College (Windsor, Ontario)
|Religious affiliation||University of Windsor|
|Location||Windsor, Ontario, ON, Canada|
|Affiliations||United Church of Canada|
|Website||University of Windsor site|
In December 1963, Canterbury College (Windsor, Ontario), Assumption University of Windsor, Holy Redeemer College (now Académie Sainte-Cécile www.stececile.ca/, the Iona College (Windsor, Ontario) (United Church Affiliate), and the University of Windsor joined in an affiliation agreement.
Iona College was founded in 1964 by the United Church of Canada. It has been an affiliated Theological College of the University of Windsor since its founding. It was named after the Isle of Iona in Scotland.
The College is housed in a single building, a former stately home located at 208 Sunset Avenue on the campus of the University of Windsor.
The College has two schools: The School of Languages, which provides English as a Section Language instruction and the School of Theology. The College offers a Bachelor of Theology degrees in conjunction with Huntington University and the Ecumenical Theological Seminary in nearby Detroit, Michigan as well as Certificates related to ministers. The School of Theology is, as of 2011, no longer accepting new applicants.