Student Services

Welcome to Student Service and Support. Your Success Is Our Success! That's why we're focused on offering unparalleled services to help all students thrive.  Explore all of our student  supports below.

The Write Place is a writing tutoring service available to all Sault College students. We can assist with APA, grammar, essays, reports, and much more! Students may bring their work to The Write Place during the service’s operating hours, and a Language and Communication professor will be ready to help.

Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs: 11:30-1:20
Fri: 10:30-12:20

Rm. E3125 or on Teams (The Write Place can be found on your Teams homepage).
First-come, first-served, with priority given to in-person visits

Quick queries can be made to

See you at The Write Place!
The Testing Centre offers a variety of testing services to our students and the general public. From Out of Class Testing to Career Testing, we have you covered.

Everyone needs a little help once in a while. If you are a student here and are looking for a peer to study with, the library's peer tutoring service may be able to help.
We are part of the Student Services Department in the Student Success and Job Centre division. We offer employment services for Sault College post-secondary students and alumni and acts as a the hub for information and resources in regards to all your employment needs.
The Sault College Campus Watch Program is a student volunteer program that is aimed to ensure anyone on campus feels safe and comfortable after regular operating hours.
The College Health Support Centre offers First Aid/CPR & treatment for minor illness, injuries and emergencies, assessment of illness or injury and much more.
Our primary goal in the counselling office is to empower students to set and reach their goals, whatever these goals might be.
I.M. Well, short for Integrated Mental Wellness, is a program that helps in directing students where they can get help to find answers in a way that works best for them, whether it be on campus, or around the community.
Sault College is committed to expanding its access and support to all persons with disabilities, by having as its goal a barrier-free learning and working environment to enable academic and employment success.
Information Technology Services provides information, support and technology services to Sault College.

The goal of the Youth in Transition Program is to support youth in their successful transition out of the child welfare system into adulthood.
Our role is to support students and see them through to graduation. We are here if you have questions, are feeling overwhelmed or simply struggling to stay on track.