We understand that college isn’t just about the academics. Staying healthy during college can be challenging as you try to balance your course work, family life, a social life and perhaps even a part-time job. It’s easy to keep pushing along without paying attention to your physical and mental health, until suddenly an illness catches you off-guard and you start falling behind.
We want to empower you to practice wellness right from the start of term to the day you celebrate your graduation! We are dedicated to supporting you through a wide variety of counseling, health and accessibility programs available right on campus:
- Academic accommodations
- Academic appeals
- Assistive technologies
- Communicable Disease Screening
- Conflict resolution & Crisis intervention
- First aid
- Learning strategies
- Mental health and wellness
- Nutrition and healthy eating
- Physicians’ Clinics
- Relationship difficulties
- Sexual health
- Smoking cessation
- Stress and time management
- Substance/abuse support
- Wellness checks
Our integrated services also encompass supports in other departments. Our services include:
- Accessibility Services
- Academic Supports
- Assistive Technology
- Health Services
- Indigenous Education
- Learning Strategies
- Mental Health & Crisis Support
- Test Center
If you need assistance with any of these services and would like to see a Counselor or Registered Nurse, call our offices to set up an appointment at:
Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus – W102
905-641-2252 x4409 or x 4449
Welland Campus – AH125
905-735-2211 x 7778
Full-time, Part-time, Seasonal, Temporary, and On/Off Campus jobs from across the province and country are posted on-line.
All Niagara College students can access this site throughout the year. To sign on, you will be asked for your Niagara College Portal username and password. Each posting will contain information on job details and how to apply.
- Log into My NiagaraCollege by clicking here
- Click ‘More’
- Follow ‘Applications > All > My Career’
Career Services also offers free resume reviews, cover letter critiques, interview tips and job search strategy-coaching are available at each campus. Contact your Career Consultant for more information:
Career Services (Welland Campus)
Room SE 101 ext. 7777
Career Services (Daniel J. Patterson Campus)
Room W115 ext. 4165https://mycareer.niagaracollege.ca/home.html
Our goal is to help all Indigenous students make their transition into the College community rewarding. We recognize that the transition may be difficult due to differing cultures and perspectives.
While accessing the Indigenous student lounge, students will find a home-away-from-home environment with a comfortable couch and chairs, and staff members who connect with them on a professional and personal level.
Need to get in touch? Contact us by email at email@example.com.
Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus – N003
Welland Campus – S104
Jamie Warren, Indigenous Student Counselor
Phone: 905-641-2252 ext: 4259
Ashley Buck, Indigenous Student Success Leader
Niagara on the Lake Campus
Phone: 905-735-2211 ext. 4214
Emily Schutt, Indigenous Student Success Leader
Phone: 905-735-2211 ext. 7774
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease contact Jamie, Ashley, and/or Emily, to find out more information about the services offered to Indigenous students at Niagara.
At Niagara College, we are committed to providing a safe and secure campus for students, employees and visitors. The Campus Safety and Community Standards team, as well as many other college departments, work together to ensure proactive safety and security measures on and around our campuses.
Phone: 905-735-2211 Ext. 6999
Welland Campus: Room S101
In the main campus building on the first floor of the Simcoe building. Turn right after exiting down the Cafeteria ramp.
Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus: Room N102B
In the main campus building on the first floor of the North Wing. The office overlooks the middle of the grand staircase and is in the hallway between the staircase to the second floor and the Campus Bookstore.
Whether you are traveling to or from campus or exploring everything the Niagara Region has to offer, getting around has never been easier thanks to the U-Pass system, which provides students with a universal bus pass that grants unlimited ridership on all Welland, Niagara Falls and St. Catharines transit systems.