Engagement, Advising and Career Services

EAC at Niagara College provides a comprehensive package of services to help students success academically, to foster co-op and employment opportunities, and to help build a rich portfolio of co-curricular and leadership experience.


Our Services


Academic Advising

When should I see my Academic Advisor?

  • You have concerns about your progression in a course, or in your program.
  • You need additional support (like Peer Tutoring or Academic Support Workshops).
  • You’re interested in changing programs.
  • You’re looking to withdraw from your program.
  • You require an individualized academic plan.
  • You want to know more about your options after you have completed your program.

If you are an international student you would see your International Student Advisor (ISA) to discuss your academic and transition needs.

Visit Academic Advising

Engagement and Leadership

Enrich your learning at Niagara College through engagement and leadership opportunities and receive an official Co-Curricular Record when you graduate.

  • Co-Curricular Record
  • KickSTART Pre-Orientation
  • Peer Mentoring
  • Orientation
  • Student Experience
  • Leadership Exploration and Development (LEAD)
  • Get Involved Week
Learn more about Engagement and Leadership

Career and Co-op Services

How can Career and Co-op Services help me?

Employment Listings and Resources

Career Services offers job listing and job search resources through our MyCareer portal, including:

  • On-campus and off-campus job listings, including full-time, part-time, seasonal and temporary
  • Free resume reviews, cover letter critiques, job search coaching
  • InterviewStream – Practice interviewing from the comfort of your own home!
  • Workshops
  • Downloadable and online job search resources
Co-operative Education

Co-operative (Co-op) Education involves the combination of academic study with work terms. Students alternate periods of time spent in school with work experiences outside the college. Co-op paid work terms provide students with an opportunity for substantial work experience that focuses on academic and personal goals.

Obtaining employment is a joint effort between the student and Career Services, and learners must meet a minimum grade in their core courses to be eligible for the work term. Co-op Career Consultants will assist in developing job opportunities, but ultimately the student is responsible for their co-op experience. Need help or have a co-op question? Email [email protected].


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Hire NC!

With 50+ years of experience and over 125 degree, diploma and certificate programs, Niagara College is a leader in applied education. NC is preparing today’s students to meet the needs of tomorrow’s workforce! Niagara College offers assistance to employers in hiring students and graduates, in addition to connecting you with financial and funding incentives, and more.

Learn more about services for employers