certificate program

College Access

Looking to start a college diploma but not sure what program to choose, or missing the admissions requirements? This program will help you find your path.

How to apply

Your Career Path

A great option for recent high school graduates or mature and returning students who want to ease into college life, the College Access program will upgrade or refresh your math and communication skills, while you also take courses that transfer into other diploma programs, allowing you to transition into your destination program.

In partnership with Confederation College, Oshki-Wenjack’s uniquely blended delivery method allows you to stay in your home community for the majority of the program. You will take courses through on-line and independent study at home and attend classes in Thunder Bay twice per semester.*

* Note: Due to COVID-19 all courses are happening online.



First Semester

CA 101 Critical Reading & Thinking – 42 hours
CA 102 Essential College Math  I – 56 hours
CA 103 Personal Management & Career Pathways – 42 hours
MC 165 Microsoft Office Applications – 28 hours
CS 016 Communications I – 42 hours

Total Hours: 210

Second Semester

CS 026 Communications II – 56 hours
CA 201 Critical Reading and Thinking for Academic Purposes – 42 hours
CA 202 Essential College Math II – 56 hours
CA 203 Contemporary Issues in the Media – 42 hours
CA 204 Community Connections – 56 hours

Total Hours: 238

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Oshki Recruitment

Toll Free: 1-866-636-7454
Phone: 807-626-1897
E-mail: recruitment@oshki.ca

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Our Accredited Partners

Canadore CollegeSault CollegeConfederation CollegeAlgoma UniversityBrock UniversityNipissing University

Main Campus

Address: 106 Centennial Square,
Thunder Bay, Ontario, P7E 1H3

Toll Free: 1 (866) 63-OSHKI (67454)


Business Mailing Address

Address: 14-656 City Road,
Fort William First Nation, Ontario, P7J 1K3

Phone: (807) 626-1880

Email: info@oshki.ca

Oshki-Wenjack respectfully acknowledges its campus is located on the traditional lands of the Anishinaabe peoples of Fort William First Nation, Signatory to the Robinson Superior Treaty of 1850. We also recognize the contributions made to our community by the Métis people. © Copyright 2020 by Oshki-Pimache-O-Win. All Rights Reserved.
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