Trillium College is dedicated to meeting the ever-changing needs of students. To offer the best quality educational experience, Trillium College has state of the art equipment, modern technology and expert teachers at each of our four convenient campuses across Ontario.
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Trillium College’s Oshawa campus is located in the Oshawa Center at 419 King St. West. The Oshawa campus is directly on the Durham Region Transit Line. GO Transit buses provide service from Oshawa along the Highway 401 and Highway 2 corridors in Durham Region and to Toronto and York Region. Transportation to the campus is available from surrounding areas such as Whitby, Scugog and Clarington. The Oshawa Campus is close to the Regent Theater, The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Tribute Communities Center and the Canadian Automobile Museum. Oshawa has many attractions including Parkwood Estate, Legends Center, and Oshawa Fiesta Week. Trillium College’s students come from all over the Regional Municipality of Durham such as Pickering, Ajax, Port Perry and Bowmanville.
St. Catharines Campus
Trillium College’s St Catharines campus is located in downtown St. Catharines. St. Catharines is the largest city in Canada’s Niagara Region with Trillium College location at 60 James Street. Public transportation is served by the St. Catharines Transit Commission, which operates bus routes throughout the city and neighboring Thorold. Transportation to the campus is available from surrounding areas such as Lincoln, Pelham and Niagara Falls. The St Catharines Campus is close to the First Ontario Performing Arts Center, The Film House and Rodman Hall. St Catharines has many attractions including the Scene Music Festival, Niagara Grape and Wine Festival, and Port Weller. Trillium College’s students come from all over Canada’s Niagara Region such as Beamsville, Jordan, Fonthill and Glenridge.
Trillium College’s Kingston campus is located on Lake Ontario, at the mouth of the Cataraqui and St. Lawrence rivers. Kingston is located midway between Toronto and Montreal. The Trillium College location is at 797 Princess Street and the Kingston Transit provides local municipal bus service. Megabus (Coach Canada) and Greyhound Canada provide service from the Kingston Bus Terminal to Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal. Transportation to the campus is available from surrounding areas such as Leeds and the Thousand Islands, South Frontenac and Loyalist. The Kingston Campus is close to the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre and The Royal Military College of Canada. Kingston has many attractions including the Kingston WritersFest, Limestone City Blues Festival and Lemoine Point Conservation Area. Trillium College’s students come from all over such as Elginburg, Howe Island and Amherst Island.
Trillium College’s Sudbury campus is located in the Rainbow Centre at 40 Elm Street unit 248. The Sudbury campus is located directly across from Sudbury’s Transit Terminal. It is conveniently located on the second floor with access from both inside the mall and from the outside on Elm Street. The Rainbow Centre is a complex which incorporates the Rainbow Centre Mall, Sudbury’s most prestigious office space with Radisson Hotel and Convention Centre and over one thousand parking spaces. Combined with a full service Food Court, and eating establishments outside the Food Court area.