January 18, 2021

Latest NorQuest stats now available!

NorQuest College is a key player in Alberta’s post-secondary landscape. Our students, programs, and diversity empower us to be an institution of choice and a place of belonging for people of all backgrounds. If we translate our identity into numbers, this is what it looks like:

  • 21,162 learners served
  • 78+ first languages spoken*
  • 38 post-secondary career credentials; 8 foundational programs
  • 938 clients served by the Alberta Indigenous Construction Career Centre

*Due to a change in how this information is collected, this number now includes first language spoken, not all languages spoken.

More stats like these are available in the latest edition of NorQuest by the Numbers


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March 31, 2021

Inclusive workplaces the focus of new workforce-ready program for Autistic youth

EDMONTON – Autistic youth, government dignitaries, industry, and post-secondary officials from across Canada were on-hand Wednesday to celebrate the launch of Autism CanTech!

March 15, 2021

NorQuest wins grant to advance equity, diversity, and inclusion capacity at college

EDMONTON – NorQuest College is pleased to announce it has been awarded a share of $4.8 million in grant funding through the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Institutional Capacity-Building Grant, administered by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).

February 24, 2021

College cannabis consortium adds two new members

EDMONTON – A first-of-a-kind post-secondary sector cannabis partnership welcomes two additional Ontario post-secondaries to its ranks.