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About Sault College - Toronto Campus

Sault College, founded in 1965, offers Ontario College certificates, graduate certificates, diplomas, advanced diplomas, and degrees in over seventy areas, including Culinary, Skilled Trades, IT Studies, Justice Studies, Community Services, Natural Environment and Outdoor Studies, Aviation, Engineering Technology, Media and Design, Health Studies, Robotics, and others. Every year, the college provides approximately 4,000 part-time and full-time students with apprenticeship training, making it the most significant industrial training provider in northern Ontario.

Small class sizes, a low student-to-faculty ratio, and a dedicated staff ensure that each student's educational goals are met. The college thinks that providing a progressive and innovative learning environment for students’ society may improve.

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As Canada’s largest city, Toronto is a global leader in finance, technology, business, entertainment, and, above all, culture. Toronto is regarded as being one of the world's most multicultural cities.

Everyone has something from exciting events and activities to international cuisine and vibrant nightlife. Toronto is a fantastic city and the location of the newest campus. Several cafes, the gorgeous High Park Municipal Park, theatres, shopping malls, and different entertainment venues are all within walking distance of the Toronto campus, conveniently accessible by public transportation. The subway station for Dundas West is conveniently located across the street.

The college is committed to ensuring that diverse job seekers have access to employment opportunities throughout the college and that the workforce represents the communities it serves. Sault College students and alumni can get help finding work through the Student Services Department.

The Sault College Fitness Centre is a fully functional facility with modern equipment that provides all of students' recreational and wellness needs. Students can choose from an array of events such as ice fishing, paintball, floor hockey, dodgeball, beach days, city-wide scavenger hunts, and holiday dinners.


Sault provides excellent housing options such as Ray Lawson Hall with single and double rooms with two wardrobes, a desk, a chair, and a washer and dryer. There are laundry facilities on each floor and a kitchen with a stove, oven, microwave, and refrigerator.

Students can choose from various off-campus housing options in the surrounding locations. Studio flats, paid guest facilities, shared housing complexes, and other options are available to students.


The purpose of the Scholarships, Bursaries, and Awards program is to honour academic success and encourage students to pursue their educational ambitions while removing financial barriers. Some of the scholarships offered are:

  • Alzheimer Society of Sault Ste. Marie and Algoma District Scholarships
  • Bill Armstrong Memorial Scholarship
  • Marion Arthur Memorial Scholarship
  • Dr. Samaremdranath Banerjee Memorial Scholarship

Notable alumni

Students will join the ranks of proud alumni who have passed through our doors if they maintain their connection with Sault College. Sault College's alumni group is vibrant and growing, with over 35,000 graduates. Some of the notable alumni are Michelle Hopgood (Graphic Designer), Brittny White (Natural Resources & Environmental Law-Inspection and Enforcement)

Facts & Figures

  • 1965Founded Year

  • 4500Total Students

  • 600Total International Students

  • CAD $ 11000Avg. Cost of Living

  • CAD $ 15k - 25kAverage Tuition Fee PA

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Admission to Sault College - Toronto Campus is dependent on meeting certain criteria, which vary depending on the program to which a student applies. 

  • Students should be at least 18 years before admission
  • Students should be proficient in English and must have taken IELTS, TOEFL, PTE, Duolingo, CAEL  or other equivalent exams.
  • Students are required to submit their original transcripts from all the academic institutions they have attended. If the transcripts are not in English, then students need to submit translated copies of the same along with the originals.



Minimum Age

18 years 

Language Proficiency Test

TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge English Exams, PTE Academic, Duolingo, CAEL

Documents Required

  • Official transcript of study from all academic institutions.
  • Students will need a high school diploma plus a College or University diploma or degree.
  • Copy of Passport


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Note: International students are considered on a case-by-case basis, therefore there can be some additional requirements while taking admission to Sault College - Toronto Campus, depending on the program a student applies to.

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