Cumberland Regional College
Established: 1975 (Originally known as Cumberland Community College until its name was changed to Cumberland Regional College in 1988 after the Regional Colleges Act was passed by the Saskatchewan government.).
Number of Students
More than 7,335.
Available at Cumberland Regional College is a broad range of credit and non-credit courses and programs, delivered through both classroom instruction and distance education, designed to fulfill the myriad of academic and career choices of students. Included in the College’s offerings are technical training courses and programs spanning 12 professional fields from the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology (SIAST) and first- and second-year courses from the Universities of Regina and Saskatchewan. Basic Education, including academic upgrading, high school equivalency, post-secondary preparation programs, and social skills development, and non-credit courses and programs from the Life-Long Learning Centre, including employment training opportunities developed in cooperation with local communities and Human Resources Canada, are also available at the College. Additionally, through E2GO, the College offers 28 online-instructed courses from the Arts, Business, Computers, Family Services, and Finance.
Cumberland Regional College aims to create relevant courses and programs that will provide students with the knowledge and skills required to succeed in their respective academic and career paths. The College’s campuses are located in Melfort, Nipawin, Tisdale, and Hudson Bay.