Lunenburg Campus is located in Bridgewater, a town that is known as the Main Street of Nova Scotia’s South Shore. The Campus has been meeting the educational and training needs of Nova Scotians since 1969, and it continues to upgrade and add new programs to meet the challenges of current times. It offers programs in the areas of applied arts, business, and trades and technology on both a full and part-time basis. Customized training programs for business, industry, and government agencies are also offered as well as extension programming to serve the needs of the community. Students of all ages are encouraged to continue their education and training at Lunenburg Campus.
Facilities at the Campus include a Learning Resource Centre as well as career and transition services. Computer labs and the learning resource centre are open after hours and on weekends as well as regular class time for the convenience of our students. The Students’ Association organizes social and recreational activities for students. Peer tutoring is available to students who meet the eligibility criteria of the program with the cost supplemented by the Students’ Association. The full-size gymnasium serves students who are interested in playing basketball, volleyball and badminton. A full-service cafeteria offers tasty meals and snacks from 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Our on-campus restaurant “Den and Friends” encourages students, staff and the general public to sample fine cuisine. The Campus bookstore offers a variety of appealing campus wear and other useful items in addition to textbooks.
Organizations on campus which actively support and encourage students in their chosen field include WITT (Women in Trades and Technology) for women involved in the trades and technology programs and ACE (Association of Canadian Entrepreneurs) for the many students who are interested in entrepreneurial pursuits.
Student Services personnel at Lunenburg Campus provide assistance and information to students on upgrading options, student loans and financial aid, housing, and physical and mental health services.
Campus scholarship and bursary applications are available for all incoming students.
All students at Lunenburg Campus receive work experience and/or co-operative education work terms as part of their programs.
The many graduates of the Lunenburg Campus have taken their place in the business world and are highly respected by industrial and business leaders in the community. Training at the Campus is conducted in a pleasant atmosphere with emphasis on personal development.
Nova Scotia Community College, Lunenburg Campus
75 High Street
Bridgewater, Nova Scotia B4V 1V8
Telephone: (902) 543-4608
Fax: (902) 543-0190
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Bridgewater population: 7,000
Second most temperate climate in Canada (Environment Canada)
Golf, Curling, Hockey, Tennis