Sault College Remains Top of Class

Sault College

Today, the results of the annual Key Performance Indicators (KPI) survey were released province-wide.  Sault College is proud and excited to announce that it has remained one of the top two Colleges in Ontario in student satisfaction.  Ranking first or second overall for the past six years, these results continue to highlight the quality education and superior student experience offered at Sault College!

“We are tremendously proud of these KPI results as these are the voices of our students. We continue to remain focused on our students and strive to give them the best education we can and we’re getting real results. The KPI results have reinforced our commitment to our students and our goal of helping them find what they love,” says Dr. Ron Common, President, Sault College.    During the last six years we have been the top English speaking College in all of Ontario.  “This accomplishment belongs to all of us that work here at Sault College. It is a direct reflection of the hard work and dedication of both staff and faculty, who are committed to making our College the top learning destination in all of Ontario. Great things happen in the Sault.  Our students continue to love it here, love our staff, our facilities, and our programs and we couldn’t be more proud,” he adds.

In the surveyed categories Sault College scored very highly:

·         86% student satisfaction rate

·         88.9% employer satisfaction rate

·         80.7% graduate satisfaction rate

·         9th year in a row Sault College top of class in quality of learning

·         4 years in a row top of class in facilities

“I am very proud of the work of our staff once again.  Whether it’s in one of our labs, one of our aircraft, a classroom or service area, our teams care and love what they do.  That’s the bottom line.  We could not achieve these results if our staff and faculty did not have a passion for education, for teaching and for our students. We all share in these results and in helping our students succeed. I congratulate everyone on this great accomplishment,” says Colin Kirkwood, Vice-President Academics and Research.

Since 1998, the provincial KPIs have been gathered annually by independent research firms for the colleges and for the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. The most recent data were collected from March 2016 to February 2017.