Staff News - Communique

(Nov 26, 2014) -

‘Tis the season of giving - for our students, college and community.  Beginning the 22nd of November, the Confederation College/Stock the Bank/United Way campaign will be in full swing with a combination of presentations and events filled with lots of fun!  Participating is easy.  Pledge your support today at and you will qualify for some great prizes! ...

(Nov 26, 2014, Thunder Bay) -

The International Education Centre Centre is once again inviting the Confederation College Community to make this year’s holiday celebrations memorable for our International students. 

We all love Christmas and the chance to celebrate with family and friends. Several of our international students are staying in Thunder Bay over the break and will be alone on Christmas day.  Many are really interested in knowing how we celebrate Christmas and would love to experience a true “Canadian Christmas”.  If you would be interested in sharing your traditions with some international students, and have extra room at your dinner table on Christmas day  do let us know and we will happily facilitate a connection. 

Please contact Judi Nelson Childs, Homestay Facilitator (, or 475-6564 for more information ...

(Nov 26, 2014) -

Don’t miss your chance to get upcycled and one-of-a-kind products created by our first-year Business Marketing students!  All proceeds will be donated to the Student Emergency Food Bank.

As a class project, first-year marketing students at Confederation College have been upcycling products, in other words taking something that traditionally has no remaining use or life, and giving it a new purpose. Their products will be on sale Monday, November 24 - Friday, November 28 in the Shuniah Student Lounge, from 9am - 3pm each day.

The marketing students have been very creative! Products for sale include ...

(Nov 26, 2014) -

Stock the Bank has begun!  Thank you to everyone who gave so generously again on Day Three of Stock the Bank!  Only Seven more days to go!  We gave our first leader board shake up, with some contenders coming on strong!

Congratuations to our DAY THREE Leaders ...

(Nov 25, 2014, Thunder Bay) -

Tickets are still available for Thursday's Spaghetti Dinner in Support of the CICE Program and the United Way.  It promises to be a truly special evening.  The incomparable Brian Campbell is coming back to MC the Event and Chef Tony Sgambelluri and the Sodexo team have an excellent meal planned.  Students from the program are performing and a few of the student's parents will be speaking. There will also be many wonderful prizes available to be won.  Another wonderful feature of this event will be the return of several retirees who have purchased tickets.  Get your tickets from the staff in the CICE program, the Hub, Student Success or SUCCI.  If you are participating (or even if you're not) please consider bringing a non-perishable item that day and help the CICE students build a mountain of food to donate to Stock the Bank.  

The Community Integration Through Cooperative Education program has...

(Nov 24, 2014) -

Winter Semester Courses:

  1. Valuing Diversity: Attributes and Challenges
  2. 2. Understanding Mental Health Issues


(Nov 24, 2014, Fort Frances) -

On November 19th, Confederation College and the Rainy River District School Board celebrated a Facilities Partnership Open House at the Atikokan High School. 

Confederation College, Rainy River District Campus, along with Contact North, now has dedicated classroom space with a total of 5 classrooms.  In addition, Confederation College has a separate, accessible entrance to the building and a dedicated parking lot ...

(Nov 24, 2014) -

Confederation College is proud to announce that Chief Georjann Morriseau, graduate of the Aboriginal Law and Advocacy program (2009), has won a provincial Premier's Award.

This prestigious award recgonizes the tremendous contributions Ontario's college graduates make to the success of the province and beyond.  The awards gala in which Chief Morriseau was announced as a winner took place on Monday, November 24, 2014 in Toronto.  This year, there were a total of 114 nominees across six categories from Ontario's 24 colleges.

Chief Morriseau was selected as one of two award recipients in the Recent Graduate category.

(Nov 24, 2014) -

Join in the Spirit of Giving.  NEW this year! 

Watch out for Cans and Coins for Coffee at random times throughout the campaign period of November 24th to December 5th. 

Donate either canned goods to the Student Emergency Food Bank, or cash to the United Way Community Fund and receive a coupon for a free coffee, courtesy of Alumni Services...