January 10, 2020

Latest NorQuest stats now available!

NorQuest College is emerging as a key player in Alberta’s post-secondary landscape.

Latest NorQuest stats now available!

Our students, programs, and diversity empower us to be an institute of choice for people of all backgrounds and all walks of life. If we translate our identity into numbers, it looks like this:

  • 19,354 learners served
  • 115 languages spoken on campus; 119 countries of birth
  • 25 post-secondary career credentials; 8 foundational programs
  • 1,465 clients served by the Alberta Indigenous Construction Career Centre
More stats like these are available in the latest edition of NorQuest by the NumbersCheck it out and see yourself here!

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October 01, 2020

NorQuest College selected to conduct a Curriculum Gap Audit through the Young Africa's Works in Kenya TVET Project

NorQuest College will work jointly with Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) institutions through the Young Africa Works in Kenya-TVET initiative to carry out a curriculum gap audit and develop Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) guidelines and tools.

September 22, 2020

NorQuest College takes steps to sustain success of black students

EDMONTON – Carolyn Campbell, President and CEO of NorQuest College, and Yodit Tesfamicael, Convener, Students4Change, have come together in collaboration to create successful outcomes for Black students in the College. Students4Change met with Ms. Campbell in August, shortly after Ms. Campbell became President, to discuss barriers Black students face.

July 20, 2020

Carolyn Campbell active on first day as NorQuest College President and CEO

EDMONTON – On her first day as President and CEO of NorQuest College, Carolyn Campbell highlighted the key role the institution will play in Alberta’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and its associated economic challenges.