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Fall Open House - Cambridge

November 23, 2019

Cambridge Campus

Join us for our annual Fall Open House at Cambridge campus.

This event is ideal for those who have already applied to Conestoga and for those who are still considering their options for post-secondary.

Open House is an opportunity to meet faculty, talk to current students and tour the campuses to discover why Conestoga’s career-focused education helps make it one of the fastest growing colleges in Ontario.

To make the most of your time with us, visit program displays for the programs that interest you, join a guided campus tour and learn about the student services available to you while you study at Conestoga.

Continuing Education representatives will also be available to discuss part-time study options.  

Time:

10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Location:

Conestoga College, Cambridge Campus, 850 Fountain Street South, Atrium

Wondering where to start?

Visit the Conestoga Welcome Table located in the Atrium.

Conestoga ambassadors will be available to help you locate programs and student services, direct you to the next campus tour or answer any questions you may have.

Tours:

Express guided campus tours will be available and will begin from the Atrium.

Student services will be represented,, providing an opportunity to visit and learn about the different services and support Cambridge offers. 

Conestoga College Residence will be offering tours of their facility. 

Parking:

Free parking for the event will be available in 1 through 3.

For more information:

For more information, please contact Tours at Conestoga

Additional open house events on November 23 include 

There will also be a Conestoga Brantford Fall Information Night on November 21.

Please note, not all programs are offered at all campuses. Please use the full-time program list to aid in selecting the right campus to visit. 

The Fall Open House events do not replace attendance at the mandatory information sessions that may be delivered by certain programs. 

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