We’re Here to Help You Make Your Dream Career a Reality!

Have you said, “school can wait another year”? Don’t sacrifice your future any longer – you can do it!

We are here to support you if these unprecedented times are making it difficult for you to commit to college. Whether it’s fear, financial reasons, or something else that is impacting your decision to start school, we’re here to listen to you and help in any way we can.

We suggest you connect with one of our recruiters!

Sam Paquette, Bilingual Liaison Officer

Cambrian Graduate: Public Relations Advanced Diploma

I am a proud graduate of Cambrian College’s Public Relations program. Born and raised in Sudbury, I love my friends and family, and I feel lucky to be in a positon where I can help potential students find their dream careers.

Matt Braumberger, Student Engagement Officer

Cambrian Graduate: Public Relations Advanced Diploma

I love working at Cambrian College because I get to make a positive impact on our community. I know how intimidating applying and going to school can be. If you need help with choosing a career path, applying for college, or even navigating the halls, we can help!

Nancy Burke, Aboriginal Recruiter

Cambrian Graduate: Child and Youth Care Diploma

I’ve learned a lot the hard way. I love my job because I get to use my experience to help others, so they don’t have to learn the hard way too!

Colleen Heidman, Liaison Officer

Cambrian Graduate: Business Administration and Human Resources Management Advanced Diploma

My favourite part of being a Liaison Officer is helping students find their pathway to a fulfilling career by navigating the application and admissions processes, finding the funds to help pay for postsecondary education, or getting accommodations and support for individual needs.

Our recruiters would love to talk to you. Speak with them about your current situation and what doubts you may be having, and they will happily walk you through what options you have available. They will also be able to point you to many financial aid options if your ability to afford college is a concern.

(705) 566-8101, extension 7303

Understand tuition fees – it’s not all due before your classes begin

It costs $95 to apply to college. Once you accept an offer of admission and decide to attend Cambrian, you will pay your tuition by semester. You don’t owe your full tuition when you start school, only your first semester’s tuition. This will give you a chance to work and earn money while in school for your next semester’s tuition. Our fees page is set up so you can see how much you owe each semester.

View Tuition Fees

Ways to access financial aid if money is tight:

OSAP Financial Aid Estimator Tool

If you do not want to apply for OSAP yet but would like an idea of what funding you are eligible for, use the aid estimator to see how much you could get in grants and loans!

View Estimator Tool

Cambrian scholarships/bursaries

More than $1,000,000 was awarded to Cambrian students through awards and scholarships last year. Browse awards online on our website.

View Scholarships and Bursaries

Other award sites:

How to Pay for College Live Info Sessions

We will be hosting a How to Pay for College live info sessions every Wednesday at 2 p.m. Join us to discover ways in which you can earn money for your education.

Live Info Sessions

Career Centre

Our Career Centre is your hub for all things related to your career success. Visit the Centre on campus once you start school to get help perfecting your résumé and cover letter to secure on- or off campus work.

Cambrian employs students year-round, which means opportunities for you to gain hands-on experience while paying for College. Being a student employee is great, your supervisor will work around your timetable so you can easily balance work and school. You can also browse and apply for jobs online through the Career Centre’s myCareer portal (which also features off-campus job listings).

Visit the Career Centre

The Government is helping students who are starting post-secondary in September 2020

Visit the links below to learn more about how the government is helping students: