North West College (Saskatchewan)

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North West College
Circle logo color transparent.png
MottoLeaders in Building Community
TypePublic post-secondary Regional College
Established1975
PresidentJay Notay
Academic staff
75
Administrative staff
60
Students2600
Undergraduatesavailable
Address10702 Diefenbaker Dr., N. Battleford, North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada
CampusMeadow Lake, North Battleford
ColoursBlue, Green & Yellow
Websitehttp://www.northwestcollege.ca/

North West College is a regional college with two primary campuses in Meadow Lake and North Battleford providing adult educational training in the northwest region of Saskatchewan. Covering a region of 44,000 km2, North West College is committed to rural and First Nations education. In 2017-18 North West offered programming in 21 communities including 12 First Nations.

Mission[edit]

North West College's mission is to provide adult learning opportunities and to promote lifelong learning as a means of enhancing the cultural, economic and social life of the individuals and communities its serves. Its values are Excellence, Integrity, Invested, Innovation.

Programs[edit]

North West College provides a comprehensive list of adult education options including EAL, Adult Basic Education, GED training and testing, Industry Skills Credit and Institution Credit Programs, Safety Tickets, University undergraduate courses and a Bachelor & Master's degree in Education through the University of Regina. North West College brokers courses with Saskatchewan Polytechnic, the University of Saskatchewan and the University of Regina.[1]

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Coordinates: 52°46′59″N 108°17′14″W / 52.783148°N 108.287315°W / 52.783148; -108.287315