Student Success Services
Student Success Services offers comprehensive, student-focused services designed to help you success. Staff navigators provide support in the following areas:
- Career guidance and learning strategies
- Crown ward
- Mental health and wellness
- Crisis and personal support
- Relationship building
On-Campus Support Services
- Student triage navigator
- Individualized guidance, consulting and support
- Peer tutoring, academic supports
- Media resources
- Open access to computer labs
- Student success resource centre
- Emergency food bank
- Summer transition program
- Co-curricular program
- Mental health triage nurse
- Ontario Telemedicine Network
- Canadore Volunteers
- Guidelines for Students Receiving Tutoring
- Guidelines for Peer Tutors
- Peer Tutoring Application
- Request for Tutoring Application
- Canadore Work Study Application
College Drive Campus, Room C262 T: 705.474.7600 ext. 5205
College Drive Resource Centre, C261 T:705.474.7600 ext. 5205 / 5350
Commerce Court Campus, Room E101a T: 705.474.7600 ext. 5655
Aviation Campus, Room Y237 T: 705.474.7600 ext. 5956
West Parry Sound Campus, Room 120 T: 705.746.9222 ext. 7351
Summer Transition Program - 2018 is now full
Our Summer Transition and Orientation Program is geared to help students with learning disabilities make a successful transition to college life. Students participate in workshops geared toward identifying resources and strategies to assist reaching their potential. Our program gives students the opportunity to explore Student Success Services while meeting staff members and other students.
All of our campus facilities are fully-accessible.
- Designated parking for physically disabled persons
- Electronic doors
- Specifically equipped fountains and washrooms
- Public telephones adapted for hearing impaired persons and a TDD system
- Fully accessible units in residence
It is the student’s responsibility to contact Student Success Services (as early as possible) to identify individual disability-related educational requirements. Please call, email or drop by Student Success Services to meet with our Student Life Navigator to map out your road to success.
Proper documentation from the appropriate, registered health care professional is required before services may be provided. In the case of a learning disability, a recent psycho-educational assessment is required. Reports from previous special education services or disability services programs (IEP, IPRC, WSIB) are also helpful. All information provided to Student Success Services will be held in confidence and will only be released with the student’s informed consent.
All information shared with Student Success Services will not be released without your written consent. Student’s personal information is held in utmost confidence within Student Success Services.
Personal information including medical documentation and psycho-educational assessments are collected in order to understand student needs and determine reasonable disability accommodations and to meet our requirements under the Ontario Human Rights Code. Personal information is maintained and disposed of in a secure manner, in compliance with relevant privacy legislation.
Information provided to Student Success Services is stored separate from a student’s academic record in order to protect a students’ right to privacy. All Student Success Services team members with access to student files maintain strict levels of privacy and confidentiality.