North West Regional College (Saskatchewan)

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North West College
Motto Leaders in Building Community
Type Public post-secondary Regional College
President Tavia Laliberte
Academic staff
75
Administrative staff
60
Undergraduates available
Address 10702 Diefenbaker Dr., N. Battleford, North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada
Campus Meadow Lake, North Battleford
Colours Blue, Green & Yellow
Website http://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 2014-15 alone, North West offered programming in 23 communities including 14 First Nations.

Mission[edit]

North West College's mission is to provide adult learning opportunities and to promote life-long learning as a means of enhancing the cultural, economic and social life of the individuals and communities its serves. Its identified 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 & Masters 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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