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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: "Will I get a good job if I go to AVC?"

A: Below is a chart summarizing results from 2005 & 2006. See the full report.

2006 Graduate Follow-Up Survey (GFS) Results
Employment Outcomes GFS 2005 GFS 2006
% of graduates participating in the labour force 97% 97%
% of graduates employed 90% 91%
% of graduates employed in work related to field of studies 81% 83%
% of graduates who worked three or more months in the year following graduation 93% 91%
% of employed graduates living and working in Nova Scotia 94% 93%
% increase over last year in average annual earnings of working graduates 3% 3.6%
% of graduates satisfied with the overall NSCC experience 95% 95%

Q: How much will my program cost?

A: Tuition and Fees for full-time regular programs (that includes all programs except apprenticeship, customized training and continuing education) can be found here: http://www.nscc.ca/Admissions/Cost_And_Financial_Aid/Tuition_And_Fees.asp. Costs for other programs are generally included in the program description. If in doubt please contact us at: (902) 825-3491 or Email:


Q: Can I get my federal student loan papers processed at the Middleton Post Office?

A: Yes. Although the Middleton Post Office has not been included on the list of postal outlets, they will process federal student loan documents. They are located on the corner of Main St and School Street, and are open until 5:00pm Monday to Friday.


Q: Where can I find accommodations?

A: You can check with Places4Students.com, and many accomodations are advertised in local papers, or posted in local businesses.


Q: Is there public transportation available to get me to my campus location?

A: Yes, Kings Transit has regular bus service. See kingstransit.ns.ca


Q: Where are the banks and ATMs in Middleton?

A: There are three banks, each with an ATM.


Q: What grocery stores are in Middleton?

A: Three.


Q: What exercise facilities are close to campus?

A: At the Middleton site, we have a gym with an accessible equipment room. We also have exercise equipment in Room 250. Other locations include: