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Why Campbell?

Campbell College is the best college in Edmonton because we are more than just job training. We specialize in five full-time programs and in building lasting relationships with our clients. We are dedicated to supporting you while you are a student, on practicum, and with job search afterwards if needed. In an effort towards continuing to be one of the most sought after Vocational schools in Edmonton, we want to ensure that all of our students find meaningful and rewarding employment. Campbell College is dedicated in supporting you to achieve your career dreams and goals, through technical, procedural, and soft skills training!

What are Campbell College’s hours?

Campbell College is open Monday through Friday from 8:00am – 5:00pm. Courses and instructor availability fall within those hours. There are different timings for all of Campbell’s courses but all courses finish before 5:00pm. The campus is closed on National and Statutory holidays.

What payment methods do you accept on campus?

We accept Debit, Credit and E-Transfer. Credit Card payments are subject to a 2% fee on all payments over $200 Canadian Dollars.

How can I contact the college?

You can contact the college on the main line at 780.448.1850 and your call will be directed accordingly. You can also email us at to receive more information about the programs and Campbell College.

Where is Campbell College located?

You will find us at Stanley Building #2 in Edmonton, Alberta. We are located by Kingsway Mall and directly across from the HCMS Nonsuch (the naval reserve division) and Canadian Tire.

Here is our specific address:
Stanley Building #2
101-11748 Kingsway Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta.

What is your graduation rate?

Campbell College has been successfully educating professionals since 1986. On average, 90% of our graduates have found rewarding careers in their chosen fields.

Who can I talk to about programs? Can I take a tour?

Our Student Admission Coordinators are your point of contact. They will provide you with one-on-one program orientation, loan counseling sessions, personalized meetings where you can ask questions and get immediate answers, as well as give you a tour of the campus.

What kind of academic support do you provide?

Campbell College instructors are experienced leaders in their industries, adept at sharing their wealth of knowledge. Students are provided with the tools, resources, and support needed for successful personal growth and practical skills for employment. We market our skilled and trained graduates directly to employers, and we receive job leads as a result.

What are your class sizes?

Our class sizes are small and we like it that way! This is to ensure that each of our students receives focused and individualized attention. Campbell College courses are taught by faculty who are highly experienced in the areas they teach, establishing employment ready students upon graduation.


How and when can I apply?

Potential students should apply to college and to student aid as far in advance as possible. Our Admission Coordinators are trained in admissions standards, financing options, and employment opportunities in order to help you make an informed decision. They are a great resource and sounding board throughout your decision-making process. Admissions Coordinators will assist students to explore the funding options that help them pay for their educational expenses, and guide them through the application process.

What is the cost of applying?

A registration fee of $150 is required to reserve your seat in the program. This will be removed from your book fees. This fee is nonrefundable after 4 days.

What is the cost of the program?

Campbell College programs cost vary from $14,000 – $18,000 depending on the program. These cost include your tuition, registration fees, and book fees.

How long are the courses at Campbell College?

Dependent on the program, our courses run from 33 weeks to 56 weeks at Campbell College. We have programs running all the time and run our programs with multiple intakes. We also have standard intakes in September and January that typically coincide with other colleges and universities in the area if you are looking for something with a more “traditional” start date set up.

How are the courses delivered?

Delivery of Campbell College Programs are determined by the course. Our delivery methods include.

– on campus
– live via zoom
– asynchronous programs delivered online

Each course is unique and delivered accordingly.

Do you have a practicum and how does the practicum work?

We know exactly what employers are looking for because we have long-established, on-going practicum partnerships throughout the Government of Alberta, the City of Edmonton, School Boards, Alberta Justice, Alberta Health, not-for-profit organizations, as well as private industry. All of our programs include an 8 week practicum, in which the students are placed in a position best suited to their aspired work environment. At the end of your theoretical training you will enter the practical training portion of your studies – this means you transition from school to the real world. This can be daunting for some but rest assured we are here to do the hard work for you! We take care of all the looking and approving of practicum for you by selecting your placement for you and ensuring that your practicum host is the best possible fit for you.

Can I receive financial assistance to attend school?

The short answer is yes, as a government accredited college, Campbell College students may be eligible to receive student funding, scholarships, grants and bursaries. Our Admissions team is available to support you and help you when applying for student aid, scholarships, grants and bursaries. The long answer is more complicated – everyone’s financial situation is different and no two student aid applications are the same. Whether or not you receive student aid is decided on many factors and in the end it comes down to the final decision of Student Aid Alberta based on the compilation of those factors.

Some factors may include:

– If you have any children
– If you are married
– How much money you make – if you are married, how much your spouse makes
– How long you have been out of high school

These are not the only deciding factors and the government does look at your application in a holistic sense to help them help you afford your education. Please speak with your Admissions Coordinator to discuss Student Aid further.

How can I get a student loan or finances for my education?

Be sure to obtain your Account (formerly My Alberta ID) prior to applying. Do not share your username, password, or personal information without knowing why you’re being asked for it, what it’s being used for, and how it is being protected. Student Aid cannot be accessed without an Account. You will be considered for both loans and grants with one application. Loan repayments begin after 6 months of your last day of school.

How do I go about paying back my student loans?

Before you graduate you will attend a workshop about what student loan repayment looks like and what to expect. When you graduate you have a six month window of time after graduation where your Alberta Student Loan is interest free, you may choose to make payments within this time period to start paying of your principle balance but you may also wait until that six month window has passed to start making payments. Canadian student loans are now interest free! The Alberta government has a program in place called the Repayment Assistance Program available to help you as well. Please talk with your Admissions Coordinator for further information about repayment and interest free periods.

What happens after I graduate?

Once you graduate and become a Campbell College Alumni, you are invited back for our Alumni events as you continue to be part of the Campbell College family. Alumni events offer our graduates an opportunity to network with other alumni, community members, and business representatives from the private and public sectors.

Job search assistance is only a phone call away for any graduate needing support at one of the best colleges in Edmonton, Alberta. We have a life time guarantee as well for our graduates – as long as Campbell College stands and exists alumni may come back to us for help with job searching, resume updating and professional development.

I have an online class – how do I complete my online studies and what do I need?

Students will complete the majority of their assignments, written exams, preparations, studying, etc. online and within a set timeframe. Our asynchronous courses and online programs provide flexibility for our students to earn a diploma while maintaining their current lifestyles. Students are given access to an online learning management system that supports their independent studies, including videos, lectures, exams, assignments, and many other resources. You will need equipment that can access the internet for your classwork – a laptop or desktop computer will be required as tablets may be unable to fully access the software and materials.


Are Campbell College and Portage College the same?

The short answer is, no, we are not the same. We offer some similar programs but we are different!

Campbell College is a Designated Learning Institution (DLI) and able to accept International Students into programs licensed under the Private Vocational Training Act. Programs between that of Portage and its’ host, Campbell College, may differ in availability, length, price and delivery. Campbell College is partnering with the publicly funded Portage College Continuing Education, for the ultimate educational experience in quality education for international students.

Portage is a Designated Learning Institution that is a Public Institution – this means that Portage students are eligible for things that private institutions are not eligible for such as a Post Graduate Work Permit. Portage College also offers longer duration programs than Campbell College (2 year).

Am I eligible to apply for a post graduate work permit if I am a Portage College Student?

If you successfully graduate from Portage College’s Continuing Education program, yes! You are eligible to apply for a Post Graduate Work Permit!

If you require or desire a Post Graduate Work Permit as an international student, Campbell College has a partnership with Portage College, which is a public institution. Portage students are eligible to apply for a Post Graduate Work Permit upon successful graduation from Portage College’s Continuing Education program based on their status as a public institution.