Welcome to the Real You.

Skilled tradespeople are in demand and we're ready to help set you up for success. From automotive to welding, millwright to machinery, and to construction and beyond, we have the program for you.
Learn about the practical outdoor and natural resource-related skills you'll gain during field camps in your School of Natural Environment program.
With Bachelor of Science - Nursing (Honours), you'll get hands-on experience through clinical placements and amazing simulation labs. You may also be eligible to apply for full, upfront tuition with the Ontario Learn and Stay Grant.
Explore Sault College by scheduling a personalized tour with one of our awesome student recruiters. You’ll be guided through main campus to employ your program areas, residence, services and supports and more.
Sault College has the path to the career you're dreaming of, in an amazing city with the kind of lifestyle people dream about.
Dive deeper into your future with a Sault College education. Explore pathways to degrees, salary expectations, and labour market information for possible program-specific job titles.
Robotics is the way of the future. Alongside traditional robotics with hands-on experience in our labs and through industry projects, you'll also learn with Spot, our newest innovative tool.
Our Aviation program will prepare you with the skills for a career as a licensed pilot. With hours of in-flight time, flight simulation labs and an amazing fleet of planes at our very own Hangar, we're ready to help your career soar.
We love a great story. Meet some of our amazing students, graduates and staff and read about their journeys at Sault College and the path to their success.

Land Acknowledgement

Located in the Robinson Huron Treaty territory, we are grateful to Mother Earth for providing us the land, water, air, and food needed to sustain all life. And we acknowledge Indigenous Peoples as the original stewards of this land who have lived in harmony and in respect with all Creation. As we are all relations, it is important to recognize this interconnected relationship with one another and our obligation to respect the land that has nourished, healed, protected, and embraced us. We honour Obadjiwan (Batchewana First Nation) and Ketegunseebee (Garden River First Nation) as the original caretakers of the land that Sault College is situated on and acknowledge the contributions of the historical Metis Nation of Sault Ste, Marie in the stewardship of this territory.