St. Paul, Alberta has all the services you could want such as excellent education, hospital, medical centres, and daycare/day home services. There is also shopping centres, numerous sports and recreational centres including a swimming pool, bowling alley and an 18 hole golf course.
Our St. Paul Campus provides programming in the following areas; baking, culinary arts, institutional cook, pre-employment cooking, practical nurse, academic upgrading and university transfer courses. Not only do our students have the opportunity to learn and work in an excellent learning environment, they also enjoy small class sizes.
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Contact us at 780-645-5223 and discover how we can help you meet your training needs.
Approximately 200 kilometres Northeast of Edmonton
St. Paul Campus address:
5205 - 50 Ave.
St. Paul, Alberta T0A 3A0
For more info about the town of St. Paul visit the St. Paul website.
We have several partnerships with recreation facilities in the city of St. Paul. Students that attend Portage College are able to access the recreation centre and gym.
The Portage Market features various food and drink items, predominantly prepared by the College's Culinary Arts and Baking students as well as by in-house caterer, Andrea Gauthier, who is also a graduate of the Culinary program.
Product selection varies throughout the year, depending upon what students are preparing during particular units in their respective programs. As a result, each month features different food options or themes.
Consumers who find they enjoy a particular item and wish to order it in bulk or for an event are in luck as Portage offers catering services. Students and staff have catered events for as few as 10 people and as many as 275 in the past. Contact the St. Paul Campus for more details.
Community members have the opportunity to sell their food products at the Portage Market as well as the College is looking at setting up a commission-based system. Due to health regulations, food products produced outside of the College's facility will not be accepted. However, community members can call the St. Paul Campus to arrange to produce their products in the facility. Farmers can sell their fruits and vegetables as long as their produce is properly labelled.
Open - Monday to Friday from 10:00 am to 1:30 pm
(Closed on Statutory Holidays)
We're looking forward to seeing you!
For more information about the Market or catering services, call St. Paul campus at 1-780-645-5223.
Why not check out the host of restaurants in St. Paul? From chain restaurants like Boston Pizza to international cuisine like Tommy's Jamaican food. The Student Common area is an ideal place to eat if you bring your own lunch, it's also a great place for students to connect during breaks. The Food Sciences Centre is also planning on opening up a cafe and dining area that will sell culinary products made by our very own Food Sciences Centre students.
St. Paul Hall offers students self-contained rooms designed for two students to share. St. Paul Hall is very convenient for easy access to classes. Each room includes two beds and desks, a kitchen with a stove and fridge, table and chairs, and a full bathroom.
We also offer family housing is for full time students who have lived 75 kms from the town of St. Paul for more than three years immediately prior to date of application as verified in residence history. For more information click here.
From golf to movie theatres, there's a little bit of everything for students at the St. Paul campus. Local cultural facilities include the St. Paul Visual Arts Centre, St. Paul Historical Museum, People's Museum Society, and the Mannawanis Friendship Centre.
And did you know, St. Paul is home to the first officially commissioned UFO Landing Pad.