Holland College has the following campuses: Aerospace Centre, Summerside (located in Slemon Park); Atlantic Police Academy, Summerside (also located in Slemon Park); Charlottetown Centre, Charlottetown (this campus used to house Prince of Wales College); Dalton Centre, Tignish; East Prince Centre for Learning and Work, Summerside; Georgetown Centre, Georgetown; Marine Training Centre, Summerside; Montague Centre, Montague; Motive Power Centre. Summerside(located in Slemon Park); Royalty Centre, Charlottetown; and Souris Centre, Souris Tourism and Culinary Centre, Charlottetown (containing the Culinary Institute of Canada). Students who want to live inside the College's vicinity can go to Glendenning Hall at Charlottetown Area. Some of its amenities include: Apartment fees include all furniture, appliances, heat, electricity, cable TV, high speed Internet, local telephone service, and parking. It is also a smoke-free building.
Holland College offers the following services to students: Health Services (Health Care Plan, Walk-In/Evening Clinics, Family Physicians, Public Health Nurse, Women’s Clinic, PEI Pap Screening Clinic, Men’s Clinic, Pain Management Clinic, and Student Athletes); Accommodations, Financial Assistance, Counselling Services (services promote student success by helping students identify issues, overcome barriers to success, and find effective ways of dealing with personal concerns.), and Carpool Info.
Athletic students can try out and become a part of one or more of the Hurricane Varsity teams. Some of the most active teams include: women’s hockey, women’s soccer, women’s rugby, women’s volleyball, women’s basketball, women’s golf, men’s soccer, men’s rugby, men’s golf, men’s volleyball, men’s basketball, and badminton. Students who enjoy watching athletic events instead can take advantage of the free admission to all the varsity games of the College, and for those who are into non-competitive activities, they can go to the Eye of the Hurricane Fitness Centre.
Holland offers the following programs to its students: MEDIA AND COMPUTER STUDIES (Business Information Systems Development, Computer Engineering Technology, Computer Information Systems, Electronics Engineering Technology); APPLIED SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (Architectural Technology, Bioscience Technology, Construction Technology, Environmental Applied Science Technology, Wildlife Conservation Technology); MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS (Game Art & Design, Graphic Design, Fundamental Arts, Journalism, Photography and Digital Imaging); METAL TRADES AND COMMERCIAL DIVING (Welding Fabrication, Plumbing, Steamfitting/Pipefitting, Commercial Diving); BUSINESS STUDIES, TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY (Accounting Technology, Business Administration, Human Resource Management, Marketing and Advertising Management, Medical Support Services, Tourism and Travel Management); HEALTH AND COMMUNITY STUDIES (Child and Youth Care Worker, Dental Assisting, Early Childhood Care and Education, Human Services, Paramedicine); TRADES AND INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY (Aircraft Gas Turbine Engine Repair and Overhaul Tech, Automotive Technology, Carpentry, Electrical Technology, Electromechanical Technology, Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Technology); MARINE TRAINING (Bridge Resource Management, Bridge Watchman, Cargo Handling, Dynamic Positioning, GMDSS/ROC-MC, Marine Emergency Duties (MED), Marine Navigation); CULINARY AND GOLF (Golf Club Management, Professional Golf Management, Hotel & Restaurant Management, Applied Degree in Culinary Operations, Culinary Arts, and Pastry Arts); ATLANTIC POLICE ACADEMY (Police Science "Cadet Program, Correctional Officer Program, Law & Security Program, Basic Firefighting Program, and Conservation Enforcement Program).
The College offers off-campus accommodations in Charlottetown Area, Georgetown Area, and Summerside Area.
Charlottetown is a Canadian city and the provincial capital of Prince Edward Island. Charlottetowns economy is dominated by the public sector. The provincial, federal, and municipal levels of government are significant employers in the central part of Queens County, as well as healthcare and secondary and post-secondary education. Technology companies have also been increasing their share of the city's workforce in the past decade, however the actual numbers are quite small once call-centres are excluded. Other significant economic activities include light manufacturing, such as chemicals, bio-technology, and machining.
The city's streetscape with a centrally-planned downtown core containing many Victorian-era houses and buildings is an attraction, as well as the waterfront redevelopment project in recent decades which has seen walking trails and parks developed on former industrial lands.
Popular attractions within the city include the provincial legislature at Province House, which hosted the Charlottetown Conference, as well as Founders Hall, a recently redeveloped railway maintenance building which now houses an interactive trip through history tracing the development of Canada as a nation.