The services listed below are available to all Conestoga students. Take advantage of the resources that can help you succeed.
Making it possible
Gear up and get ready
The Bookstore is your source for textbooks, course materials and school supplies. It is also the place where you can buy Conestoga-branded merchandise for you to show off your Condor pride.
Get connected on campus
Information Technology Services (ITS) is available to help you connect with the college's WiFi, sign up for your Student Portal and email accounts, and make sure your devices meet the requirements of your program.
Your college ID
Get the most out of your ONE Card! Learn about discounts at off-campus food vendors, how to use the ONE Card Portal, or how to purchase a GRT term bus pass (applicable for eligible students).
Put your strengths to work and develop new skills to meet new challenges
Conestoga's information Hub
The Library is much more than just a place to find books; it's your source for the latest media, research techniques and learning resources you'll need to produce high-quality work.
Engage with your community
We host a number of volunteer initiatives, workshops and events that are designed to develop student leaders. Get connected to these and other great opportunities through the Co-Curricular Portal.
Connect with our professional counsellors, nurses and doctors
Gear up and get ready
Conestoga Students Incorporated (CSI) is your official student association at Conestoga College. CSI represents more than 16,500 full-time students across all Conestoga College campuses and is committed to enhancing student satisfaction through active college and community awareness.
We're here to help
Providing you with a safe and secure learning environment, Security Services is available on campus 24-hours-a-day.
Welcome to Canada
Students who are new to Canada will have a slightly different orientation experience than domestic students. The International Office can help you get access to visas, permits, transportation, health care, housing and other needs you have as you begin your studies in Canada.
Place of new beginnings
All Aboriginal students at Conestoga, including First Nations (status and non-status), Métis, and Inuit are invited to join the larger community by getting involved in our services and events.
Healthy living starts here
The Recreation Centre offers the ammenities, services and programming to keep you active and engaged on campus.
Your career starts here
The services available through the Co-operative Education Office can help you navigate every part of your co-op experience, from planning your job search to work-term selection.
The workforce is waiting
Review job postings, get career advice and find your place in the workforce.