​It's Never Too  Late to Learn

Canadian Career Education College

Study in Canada For Higher Standard In Career Education.

​​C.C.E.  College recognizes the importance of student advising and helping students in achieving their personal and academic goals.

Great student experiences attract strong, dedicated individuals – students of today – become leaders of tomorrow. The College is focused on helping you succeed by providing you with knowledgeable staff to meet the range of your needs and aspirations.

Besides your educational needs, C.C.E.C student services manager can also assist you to the manager about your health care other necessity of life via renounced third-party providers with any direct or indirect interest. You are encouraged to contact student services manager via email or explore the information available on this page and apply

If you have any questions, require assistance in the completion of your financial aid forms, or wish to discuss your financial options, please do not hesitate to make an in-person or telephonic appointment. Please call 1-905-499-3631 Ext-102, 258 or 241.  to speak with a knowledgeable student manager or send 
email .

Stay Safe
Can-College’s priority is to create an environment where you feel safe to learn, work and live. If you are experiencing any concerns about safety, mental or physical health issues, or discrimination and harassment, the ISS team will provide you with support and guidance, and refer you to appropriate community resources.

Safety 101

In an immediate threat to safety, call 9-1-1.

Trust your instincts: If you need help, feel threatened, or notice suspicious activity, call +1-647-302-2277 (Dean's Mobile Number).

Practice being aware of your surroundings.

  1. At night, walk on well-lit, busy streets and try to be with another person. Avoid isolated areas such as parks and alleys.
  2. Don’t leave valuables like your phone or computer unattended. It can only take a few seconds for them to disappear.
  3. Use a strong lock for your bike.
  4. Make copies of your important documents (including passport, study permit and/or work permit) and lock the originals somewhere safe.
  5. Keep personal data safe. Don’t share credit card numbers, your student number, passwords, phone number, or address on social networks or on sites that aren’t secure. Reputable organizations will never ask for your personal information over email.

Consent Comes First
Consent is an affirmative, enthusiastic “yes” that is ongoing and freely given. 
Consent Comes First provides support to Can-College community members affected by sexual violence.

You have access to support if the sexual violence happened on- or off-campus, or if you experienced sexual violence before you came to Can-College.

To learn more about consent and resources on sexual violence, please visit the Office of Sexual Violence Support and Education.

Can-College Safety 101