Assiniboine Community College offers more than 60 certificate, diploma and postgraduate programs in agriculture, food and hospitality, business, health, human services, trades and technology. Assiniboine has campuses in Winnipeg, Brandon, Dauphin and Portage la Prairie, and partners with First Nations groups to deliver community-based education.
In 2022, the college opened the Centre for Creative Media at the Victoria Avenue East campus in Brandon. The centre hosts three programs: media and communications, digital art and design, and web and interactive development. Assiniboine also recently constructed its Centre for Adult Learning at the same campus. At the North Hill facility, the school continues to fundraise for the Prairie Innovation Centre for Sustainable Agriculture, which will support applied research and agricultural and food programming. The North Hill campus is also home to the Len Evans Centre for Trades and Technology and the Manitoba Institute of Culinary Arts.
Assiniboine has agreements with several high schools in Manitoba where students are able to receive dual credits for high school and college and, simultaneously, see if a program is right for them. The integrated comprehensive health-care aide program awards graduates a certificate as well as a high school diploma.
• Diploma $3,215-$6,849
• Certificate $2,229-$7,818
• Post-Grad $4,155-$5,694
• Practical Nursing
• Business Administration
• Mature Student High School
• Comprehensive Health Care Aide
• Digital Art and Design: As part of a new suite of creative media courses, this program helps students create art with a purpose.
• Geographic Information Systems: In this program, students work on solving problems in the agricultural and other resource management sectors.
• Public Safety: Students focus on active learning, problem solving and community engagement to prepare for a career in policing, corrections or security.