As I walked down the [Photojournalism] hallway, looking at the photographs taken by graduates, I felt like I was in the ‘Hall of the Greats.’ I recognized shots I’d seen in magazines and newspapers and realized the photojournalists who had taken these amazing pictures had studied at Loyalist. At that moment, I knew this was where I had to be!
Hanna Eden Photojournalism Student
Design Studio streetscape drawings were my favourite. Not only were they a lot of fun to draw but there was a lot to learn about scale, massing, geometry and hierarchy. This ability to sketch on-site is something I use very often at work when going to measure old buildings.
Brad White Architectural Technology 2011 Architectural Designer, Peter Mansfield Architect
I chose the Survey Technician program because it combined many of my interests – math, computers and the opportunity to work outdoors. At the College and on placement, I got practical experience using equipment and doing fieldwork. Now, I’m very excited to be starting my career
Rebecca Morris Survey Technician 2013 Plan Checker, Focus, Edmonton
Small classes, hands-on experiences, rewarding field placements …
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