History

Centennial College of Applied Arts and Technology is a diploma and degree granting college located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is the oldest publicly funded college in Ontario.

Over the past 50 years Centennial College has transformed itself from a local community college to a worldly institution with a presence in several emerging markets, including China, India, South Korea and Brazil.

Our core focus, as it has always been, is on preparing graduates to enter the work force, while offering our students distinct ways to learn to be leaders. We’ve worked to build lasting partnerships with local communities while preparing our graduates to succeed in a global context.

Centennial celebrates its' 50th year anniversary this coming year 2016-2017.Our four main campuses, Ashtonbee, Progress, Morningside, and the Story Arts Centre, are situated to serve the eastern portion of the Greater Toronto Area.

The Athletics and Recreation department serves students guided by the notion that every student deserves a positive recreational experience while at Centennial College. The Athletics and Recreation department has done everything possible to make it so. From the experienced recreation staff, knowledgeable fitness staff, industry leading facilities and equipment; the recreation experience at Centennial College is made to be a memorable one for students at all levels.

Affiliations: Canadian Colleges Athletic Association (CCAA)

Conference: Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA)

Campus Recreation: Ontario Colleges Committee on Campus Recreation (OCCCR)

Enrollment: 20,000 Full-time students

Colours: Lime Green and Grey

Nickname: COLTS

Gymnasium: Athletics and Wellness Centre

Soccer Venue: Progress Campus Soccer Field (New for 2016)

 

The Numbers...

50 Years

21 Sports

12 Tournament Sports Teams

9 League Sports Teams

 

National Championships

1 National Gold CCAA Championship

2 National Silver CCAA Championship

3 National Bronze CCAA Championship

 

42 Provincial Championships

Provincial Medals

49 Gold OCAA Medals

44 Silver OCAA Medals

39 Bronze OCAA Medals

137 Total Provincial and National Championship Medals

 

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