| Algonquin College |
The college was established in 1967. The college has an aim to transform hopes and dreams into lifetime success.
This college is also a part of the Ontario’s college system. It is named after the Algonquin First Nations Peoples who were the original inhibitors of the place. 90% of the graduates have jobs within six months of graduation.
| Georgian College |
It was established in 1967 during the formation of Ontario’s college system. It is the only college in Ontario with 12 programs credited by the Canadian Association for Co-operative Education.
It is ranked 6th globally among the 182 institutes in the 2016 International Student Barometer survey. The college offers 750 scholarships, bursaries, incentives given by the government.
| Mohawk College |
The college was established in 1966. . It is a school formed during the creation of Ontario’s college system.
It was started to provide career oriented diploma and certificate courses and continuing education programs for the Ontario’s community. The college is among top 15 colleges in Canada for applied research.
| Sheridan College |
The college was established in 1967. It was previously called as the Sheridan College of Institute and Technology.
The first batch of students was 400 in number. In 2022 the college will open a new campus in Brampton.
| Canadore college |
It was established in 1972. It has more than 41000 alumni and 3500 students enrolling every year.
It shares its main campus with Nipissing University. It has four campuses called Aviation Technology Campus, Commerce Court Campus, and the Education Centre in North Bay, Ontario, and in Parry Sound, Ontario.
| Fanshawe College |
The college was established in 1967. The college’s name is a English word combination of fane (temple/building) and shawe (woods) means temple in the woods.
In 2018 the college opened its 5th school called the School of Digital and Performing Arts. The employment rate is 87% for the graduate students.
| Northern College |
The college was established in 1967. It is another college which was formed during the Ontario’s college system formation.
This institution offers continuing education programs to Ontario communities. 2235 students were enrolled in the year 2013-14.
| St. Lawrence College |
It was established in 1967. William Davis had established Ontario’s colleges for applied arts and technology and this college was one of them.
This college and some other colleges were built to offer career oriented diploma and certificate courses. The previously offered courses were Business Administration, Home Economics, Early Childhood Education, Engineering Technology, and Electronics Technician.
| Cambrian College |
The college was established in 1967. It was first founded as a trade school during the formation of Ontario’s school system.
Until 1995 it was a bilingual institute offering courses in both English and French. It is the top post-secondary college in Ontario.
| Durham College |
The college was established in 1967 with 205 students. The very first courses offered were applied arts, business and technology.
The number of students increased from 1,250 to 2,700 by the 1980s. in the 1990s the Whitby campus was established featuring the Skills Training Centre.
| Humber College |
The college was established in 1968. In 1970 the student enrolment increased and hence Humber started to expand its business and technology in Lakeshore and North Campus.
90% of the programs in this college include work placement and internships. It offers more than 1,000 scholarships and awards.
| Niagara College |
The college was established in 1967. The Niagara on the- lake campus was established in 1998.
$500,000 amount of award is offered to the students in the form of scholarships, awards etc. 94% of employers are satisfied with the college graduates, which is higher than the usual average.
| St. Claire College |
The college was established in 1966. The campus and main administration is the largest campus sites in Ontario.
In 1966 this college had merged with Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology. The college celebrated its half-century in 2017.
| Confederation College |
The college was established in 1967 as a trade school. It is a school formed during the creation of Ontario’s college system.
The university includes 1 of 24 colleges functioning over 150 campuses in both urban and rural settings throughout Ontario. There are 9 campuses located in different parts of Ontario.
| George Brown College |
The college was established in 1967. It was formed during the creation of Ontario’s community college system.
There are over 25,900 students studying in the college. 95% of the programs offer field education.
| Loyalist College |
The Loyalist College is situated in Belleville in Canada and established in 1967. The college was initiated to provide with certificate and diploma courses as well as further education. It has a 200-acre campus.
Both undergraduates and graduates are a part of the institution with some notable faculty members. The college has 2 campuses.
| Seneca College |
The college was established in 1967. It was aimed to provide the certificate, diploma courses to the students to the Ontario communities.
The college is offering 10 renewable scholarships to the students on the criteria of merit. Seneca is one of six colleges that can offer 15 % of its program activity at the degree level.
| Fleming College |
The college was established in 1967. It was previously known as Sir Sandford Fleming College.
It was named after a Scottish engineer Sandford Fleming. The college has an enrolment of 5,800 students every year for full time courses.
| Lambton College |
The college was established in 1969. The early batch was of 45 students enrolled in 5 programs.
The first president of this college was Wolfgang Franke. The international department at Lambton consists of campuses in China, Nigeria and Saudi Arabia.
| Sault College |
Founded in 1965 as the Ontario Vocational Centre. Today, Sault College offers full-time a well as part-time opportunities for students in post-secondary, continuing education, apprenticeship, adult retraining, and contract training program categories.
Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology were founded on May 21, 1965. Sault Ste. Marie's OVC became the Sault Campus of the newly established Cambrian College, whose main campus was located in Sudbury.