Below you will find some media and resources to help with your transition.
Welcome to the Happy Valley Goose Bay Campus of College of the North Atlantic! My name is Sharon Lucci and I am the Student Development Officer at our Campus. I am part of a student services team which includes an Indigenous Support Coordinator, Counsellor, Residence Coordinator, Accessibility Services Coordinator, Resource Facilitator, Librarian, Admissions staff and more. Together we provide information and support to students to help them become successful within their program. Some examples of support include; personal and group counselling, funding support, student aid assistance, scholarships and awards, career planning, and more.
Starting post secondary can be intimidating and confusing but also rewarding and fun. You will most likely have many questions and whether you are starting College for the first time or are a returning student, our staff and faculty are here to offer you support and encouragement along the way.
College of the North Atlantic, Happy Valley Goose Bay Campus, is located in central Labrador and has a population of approximately 8000 residents. We are a very diverse community with Indigenous, non Indigenous, and international residents. The Town has a number of amenities including fitness centres, recreational activities abound, restaurants, churches, banks, hospital, schools, support services, and more. Outdoor activities are popular as we have numerous trails, clean air, expansive wilderness, and plenty of opportunity to enjoy the space around us.
Happy Valley Goose Bay experiences a cool fall, cold winters, cool to mild springs, and mild to warm summers. Temperatures will vary greatly so make sure you are properly prepared to experience our wonderful seasons.
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