Ray Lawson Hall has three types of residence rooms available to students: Super singles, singles, and double rooms. Super single rooms are converted double rooms. Single rooms are in suites where eight rooms have a common living area and two bathrooms. The hall includes amenities, like laundry facilities on every floor; bike lockers available for rental on a first-come, first-serve basis; a larger common room on the first floor with a TV and DVD player for students to use at their own leisure; a kitchen including a stove, oven, microwave, fridge, and sink on a every floor; a common area on every floor which has tables, chairs, and couches for students. The super single rooms have the following amenities: a bed, a desk and chair, a floor lamp, a sink, a washroom shared with an adjoining room, drawers for storage, and two wardrobes. Single rooms have drawers for storage, access to 2 complete washrooms in the pod area, a wardrobe, a desk and chair, a semi-private living area, shared with 7 others (referred to as a "pod"), a floor lamp, and a bed, while double rooms include: a floor lamp, a sink, a washroom shared with an adjoining room, drawers for storage, two beds, two desks and chairs, and two wardrobes.
The College offers the following services to students: Testing Centre, Registrar's Office, Peer Tutoring, Native Student Services, Library, Information Technology Services, Financial Aid, Employment Services, Disability Services, Counselling, Co-op Office, and Child Care.
The student Administrative Council aims to enhance the “Sault College Experience.” Apart from this, they offer services, which include: "The Outback" Student Life Center (safe environment for students to socialize with others and connect in the college atmosphere); The Calendar (provides the students with a calendar of events, such as concerts, movie night outs, and comedy scenes); Event Programming (events planning committee who handles the important job of planning student activities and events); Chapter Fundraising (helps class or non-academic clubs to raise money through raffles, hold bake sales, and have pub nights with entertainment); Bursaries (financial aid to students); Academic Appeals and Website.
The college offers varsity teams in Basketball, Curling, and Volleyball. Club sports are also available for students to join into, such as Golf, Ice Hockey, And Touch Football. Students who want to experience a fun-level of competition while at the same time interacting with people can join the Recreation Programs offered by Sheridan. Some of the activities include: Wheelin' Cougars Wheelchair Basketball, Volleyball, Ultimate Frisbee, Snow Football Tournament, Road Hockey, Outback Pool League, Indoor Soccer, Golf Tournament, Dodge Ball, Curling Fun Spiel, Bowling Night, and Ball Hockey.The campus also offers fitness centres.
Sault College offers the following programs: Engineering Technology and Skilled Trades, Culinary and Hospitality, Criminal Justice, Community Services, CICE Program, Business, Aviation, Automotive, General Arts and Science, Graphic Design, Health Sciences, Information Technology Studies, Native Education, Natural Environment and Outdoor Studies, Salon and Spa Services, and Teacher Education.
The College offers four main types of housing: Room and Board, Light Housekeeping, Apartments, and Housing. Students are encouraged to check in the Landlord and Tenant Board website.
Sault Ste. Marie is a city on the St. Marys River in Ontario, Canada. It is the third largest city in Northern Ontario. Sault Ste. Marie is bordered to the east by the Rankin Location and Garden River First Nation reserves, and to the west by Prince Township. To the north, the city is bordered by an unincorporated portion of the Algoma District, with Heyden as the nearest community. To the south, across the river, is the United States and the city of Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan.
The city has made a name for itself in steel-making, and Algoma Steel is the largest single employer with 3150 employees at the main plant and about 554 at the Tube Mill Tenaris, which is separate from Algoma Steel. During the 1940s, the steel and chromium operations were of substantial importance to the war effort in Canada and the United States. The Algoma Steel and the Chromium Mining and Smelting Corporation were key producers for transportation and military machines.
Sault Ste. Marie is home to the Bon Soo winter carnival, held every February. The city also hosts the annual Algoma Fall Festival which draws local and international performing artists. The Kiwanis Community Theatre and the landmark Central United Church are used for the performances. Both venues hold approximately 1,000 people.
The Art Gallery of Algoma features an extensive collection of local and international artist's work and presents regular exhibitions. The Musical Comedy Guild produces one, and sometimes two, amateur musical theatre productions throughout the year. The Guild is known for producing high-quality productions.
Residents celebrate Community Day on the third weekend of July. The local Rotary International club organizes a three-day event called Rotaryfest. Highlights include a large children's activity area, continuous free entertainment, and a large parade in the morning.