The Ancillary Services department oversees a diverse array of offerings for students, staff, and the public, including Holl Pass.
The Applied Research department provides a link between industry and our programs, creating unique opportunities for staff and student to particpate in research projects.
Holland College has campuses and centres across Prince Edward Island. The college’s main campus is the Prince of Wales Campus, located in Charlottetown. The Prince of Wales Campus is home to the Charlottetown Centre, the Centre for Community Engagement, the School of Performing Arts, the Centre for Applied Science and Technology (CAST), and two apartment-style residences. The Tourism and Culinary Centre, on the Charlottetown waterfront, is home of The Culinary Institute of Canada and programs related to marketing, tourism and travel.
The Welding and Plumbing/Pipefitting programs are located in the Georgetown Centre. The majority of the college’s trades and industrial technology programs and the Marine Training Centre are located at the Summerside Waterfront Campus.
The Atlantic Police Academy, located in Slemon Park, Summerside, offers programs in firefighting, conservation enforcement, corrections, police science, and sheriff and public safety.
The West Prince Campus, located in Alberton, offers various programs depending on local demand from industry and the community.
If you are looking for a rewarding teaching experience, a career as a staff support person, or would like to work in one of our other specialty areas, Holland College has a lot to offer. Find out more on our Careers page.
Holland College has been the community college of Prince Edward Island for 50 years, but we've been involved in overseas projects for almost that long, as well. Our partnerships in China have provided countless instructors with unique exchange opportunities.
Meet Holland College President Dr. Alexander (Sandy) MacDonald and the Holland College Board of Governors, find out more about our ISO designation, view publications and reports, and find out why we are called Holland College.
Since its inception in 1969, Holland College has been committed to providing the best quality programs and services to its clients. Our Quality Office oversees the Quality Management System.
Customized Training is an investment that improves your organization’s competitive position, contributes to higher employee satisfaction and lowers staff turnover. We can develop a training program to align with your organization’s professional development needs.
Holland College offers day and evening classes for Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC).
General Interest Courses provide opportunities for learning, with no credit value or evaluation.
Industry Standard Courses are recognized by industry and delivered separately from programs.