Olds College

Olds College

  • 25
    Acceptance Rate
  • 1350
    Students
  • 20132
    Average Cost
  • 90
    Employment Rate
  • Program
    Co-op
  • Permit
    Work

Overview

In 1913, the Alberta provincial government established three demonstration farms near Olds, Fairview, and near the Vermilion townsite. The Olds farm later became known as Olds Agricultural College. In 1963, the name was changed to Olds Agricultural and Vocational College to reflect course offerings which were expanding beyond agriculture. In 1970, the name was simplified to Olds College. In addition, provincial administration of the college was moved from the Ministry of Agriculture to the Ministry of Advanced Education at that time.

Entry requirements

Official secondary school records
Official test scores: SAT or ACT
English language proficiency, if your native language is not English

Scholarship & funding

All information about scholarships you can find here.

Campuses

Student life

Studying at Olds College will give you unforgettable student experience. Student life here holds many social and physical activities, so you won`t be disappointed.