Program Comparison Help

Decision-making made easy! This tool gives you a breakdown of individual programs offered at George Brown College and how they differ from other programs you’re interested in. Use this tool to select up to 10 programs to compare, helping you make the right choice for the career you want.

1. Under Program Comparison, click Add a New Program

2. Search for one of the programs you’re interested in (either alphabetically, by interest or by job)

3. Click on the title of the program in the menu

4. Click Add to Comparison

5. Continue searching for programs using steps 2-4

6. When you’re done, clicking Program Comparison will give you a preview of the programs and the option to delete, add or clear all

7. Open Program Compare for more details and an easy-to-read comparison of the programs you’ve selected


Aboriginal Services at George Brown College

George Brown College Aboriginal Services invite you to join our campus community. The Aboriginal Services team is dedicated to assist students navigate resources, provide up-to-date information on college-wide activities, as well as provide other services such as counselling, cultural teachings, and workshops. We aim to provide you with the skills and tools to be successful in achieving your academic, work and life goals.

There are two Aboriginal Student Centres located at the St. James and Casa Loma campuses. These centres provide students with a space to meet, study, access computers and printers, and obtain information on events, bursaries, and job postings.

George Brown College is committed to supporting its Aboriginal students and expresses this commitment in a variety of ways. There are over 700 Aboriginal students in the college during each academic year. These students are on every campus and take part in a wide range of programs, from academic upgrading through to diploma and degree programs.

Aboriginal Student Services Provided:

  • Counselling (academic, personal, career)
  • Traditional counselling
  • Elders-in-Residence
  • Cultural workshops
  • Annual Pow Wow (March)
  • Bursaries, scholarships, and awards information
  • Resource materials (books, handouts, and pamphlets on Aboriginal teachings)
  • Access to study space, telephone, and fax
  • Computers, printer, and photocopier
  • Job postings, current event listings, and community newsletters
  • College and university partnership information
  • Microwave and fridge