CNA experiences a boost in enrolment
Despite having a tough year, the College of the North Atlantic is boasting a near nine per cent jump in enrolment at its campuses.
Speaking to the college's board of governors on Friday in St. John's, the school's president said the good news doesn't end with enrolment.
Last year, the provincial college saw cuts to its funding and as a result dropped a number of its courses, including Adult Basic Education. At the same time, it also expanded other programs.
"We are on a mission to make sure that the programs our students demand are available for them, at the locations they choose, in all parts of the province," said Vaughan.
Currently, the college has 17 campuses in Newfoundland and Labrador, and international campuses in China and the Middle East.