Get ready to explore a CNA campus near you on Wednesday, November 27, as the college hosts Open House events throughout Newfoundland and Labrador. This is the perfect opportunity for anyone who has been trying to decide a career path, upgrading their skills or returning to school for a new career! Now is your chance to explore your options!
Each of our 17 campuses will have staff and faculty ready to show you around and answer any questions you may have.
Let CNA help you get career ready by touring our hands-on learning environments. Bring along your family and friends - talk to the instructors about programs, meet current students, and see the student life first-hand. Your options are limitless!
Our open house will be underway at all 17 of our campuses on Nov 27, 2019 - 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Everyone is welcome!
Each of our campuses will have different events, tours and fun activities planned to introduce you to your place of learning.
Our last Open House was such a success, that we want to do it all over again! If you weren’t able to attend that event, here’s a video highlighting what you missed and some of the things we do at CNA! Save the date for the next CNA Open House on Wednesday, Nov. 27 so you can plan a visit to a campus near you!
It has been noted that open house events of this nature at educational institutions can provide valuable insight towards a solid foundation for success in personal, academic and professional realms.
Below you will find what others have had to say about their experience...
The open house gave me an opportunity or first glimpse of what CNA had to offer and provided me with greater confidence going into my program. The open house showed me that I made the best choice in choosing CNA for post secondary and I’m excited to see what my time at the college brings!
The open house showcases the collaboration of the individual campuses and college as a whole. It allows us to celebrate our programs, accomplishments, engage alumni and serves as a reminder of the reason we are all here: our students, past and present and their success and growth while at the CNA and beyond.
I found it really exciting to see students discover what CNA had to offer for the first time, and even more rewarding to see those students here in September. We had students who thought we wouldn't have anything to offer them here in CAS this year too, just showing that CNA has something for everyone. I can't wait to see what the instructors come up with for this year's open house to make it bigger and better!
There is always a sense of pride and excitement when, as an instructor, we get to demonstrate our craft and to watch students explore; our trades, our programs, their future career.
In addition to the public at large, we want to extend an invitation to high schools in the province to attend the CNA Open House all-day event at a campus nearest them on Wednesday, Nov. 27. Schools can apply for busing funding by completing the linked form. If approved, college representatives will work with each school to facilitate the process. Our goal is to provide students with an interactive campus tour experience, as well as opportunities for them to see first-hand the hands-on learning environment provided at CNA! You will also be provided with information about our student services (including financial and accessibility), our programs and courses, and hear student success stories that will help you make informed decisions!
Return the completed transportation funding form to Sherri McNeil at firstname.lastname@example.org before the deadline (November 7, 2019 @ 4pm).
The following are some frequently asked questions that we have had in the past.
CNA Open House is on November 27, 2019. Events start at 9 a.m. and run until 7 p.m. at all campuses.
Yes! Visit our Distributed Learning program page for a complete listing!
Each campus is going to have its own set of events throughout the day of November 27, 2019. These events will differ from campus to campus due to the variety in program offerings. Please click one of our campuses to see what they have planned for the day.
This depends on many factors as many of our campuses have a variety of different program offerings. Please click one of our campuses to see what they have planned for the day.
Please see if your school is planning on attending this event. If not, please contact the campus you wish to attend directly.
Yes, our online application is located at: https://www.cna.nl.ca/application.
You can pick up an application at any of our 17 campuses, or you may print the application from our website and mail, drop off, or fax it to the appropriate campus. You can access our online application at https://www.cna.nl.ca/application
Do not forget to forward appropriate documents/transcripts and fees to the appropriate campus.
We can send you an application if the above options are not available to you. Please forward us your mailing address by calling 1-888-982-2268 or emailing email@example.com
College of the North Atlantic continually accepts applications, we do not have a deadline date, and we have a "first-eligible, first-accepted" policy for most of our programs, provided educational requirements are met for the program.
College of the North Atlantic accepts Canadian and International applicants. You can find out more about the costs associated with attending CNA by visiting our admissions page.
The college maintains residence facilities at the Bay St. George, Burin and Happy Valley-Goose Bay campuses. Students wishing to apply for residence should contact the campuses listed below to obtain an application and should apply directly to the residence office of the appropriate campus.
Bay St. George Campus
The Residence Office
P.O. Box 5400
The Residence Office
P.O. Box 370
Burin Bay Arm, NF
Happy Valley-Goose Bay Campus
The Residence Office
P.O. Box 1720
Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador
Residence space is limited and therefore CNA cannot guarantee a room to everyone who applies. All applications are processed on a first-come, first-served basis only after students have been confirmed in a program at the College.
Each campus also maintains a list of boarding accommodations available within the area. You can visit a campus page to see their list.
For information on courses that can be transferred from CNA to Memorial University and vice versa please refer to our transfer guides page.
Call the toll free line at 1 (888) 982-2268 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will refer you to the appropriate campus representative.
CNA offers academic advising, Accessibility services, Counselling Services, Library Services, Financial Assistance, Health and Dental, Day Care Centres, and a variety of student groups and clubs to become involved in.
You can explore all the different student support options here.
The Joyce Family Foundation Bursary Program is open to all high school students in all communities in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. The bursary program is based on financial need and is open to any student wanting to pursue a CNA post-secondary education. The Joyce Family Foundation Bursary Program will provide financial support from the time of the student application until completion of his or her program.
Our scholarships and awards page can be found here.