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Students living west of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) will find CDI College’s Mississauga campus close to home. Conveniently located next to the city’s busy and popular Square One Shopping Centre, CDI College is also close to major transportation hubs for MiWay Mississauga Transit buses and GO Transit. Connections to the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) are also available. If you are driving or carpooling to campus, there is ample parking on campus for student vehicles.

Students will have no shortage of places to eat and drink with various cafes and restaurants located just a short walk away. The campus has plenty of studying areas in common rooms or computer rooms, but students can also set up study groups or meetings at local coffee shops and eateries nearby.

On one hand, the close-knit student community at CDI College’s Mississauga campus allows students to meet new people and learn within small class sizes. On the other, Mississauga’s hustling and bustling cosmopolitan atmosphere gives students a great opportunity for future career opportunities in a large and growing business community.

CDI College in Ontario is also a WSIB-approved provider.
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CDI College in Ontario is also a WSIB-approved provider.
280 – 33 City Centre Dr.
Mississauga, ON
L5B 2N5

Programs offered at Mississauga campus

About Mississauga

Things to do in Mississauga
Mississauga is located just west of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and is known for its vibrant community, parks, shopping areas, and cultural activities. Students will find many different things to do in the Mississauga region. Here is a list of a few things to explore and get involved in.

Arts and Culture

Mississauga's Celebration Square is the centre of the city’s activities. Not only are large scale events and festivals held on the Square throughout the year such as the Canada Day Celebration, but it is also the perfect place to stop by any day of the year. At the Square you and your friends can find a place to watch entertainment, go shopping, eat at a restaurant, join a fitness class, play in the water,  or go ice skating.

Visit three different historic museums, which celebrate Mississauga’s 200-year history. The Bradley Museum showcases daily life in the 1830s, the Benares Historic House captures the early twentieth century, and the Leslie Log House features changing exhibits throughout the year.

Sports and Entertainment

The Hershey Centre is Mississauga’s most popular sports and entertainment facility. You can catch a wide range of concerts, shows and special events as well as watch sports games such as indoor soccer and ice hockey.


Home to several of the GTA’s best shopping areas, Mississauga is the place to go for all of your shopping needs. Head over to Square One Shopping Centre for over 250 stores including large department stores, a busy food court, and movie theatre. Erin Mills Town Centre has over 145 stores with men’s and women’s fashions, children’s apparel, home furnishings, and personal services. The Dixie Outlet Mall is a one-stop discount destination with brand-name outlet shops for your shopping pleasure.

Don’t forget to visit Mississauga’s Port Credit Village, which has numerous unique shops, cafes and restaurants, and spa services near Lakeshore Road and Hurontario Street. Every Friday from June to October, stop by the Mississauga Farmers’ Market located in the Square One parking lot for fresh produce, handmade crafts, and more.
Places to Volunteer in Mississauga
Learning can come from a number of different avenues, including volunteering in your campus community. CDI College’s Mississauga campus is close by many non-profit organizations that look for students to help out. Contact the following organizations to find out more information about how you can get involved.

  • The Riverwood Conservancy
  • Forum Italia Seniors’ Residence
  • Skills for Employment Life and Family
  • St. John Ambulance
  • Catholic Cross-Cultural Services, Peel Regional Offices
  • Mississauga YMCA
  • Volunteering Peel
  • The Open Door Habitat for Humanity
  • Newcomer Centre of Peel
  • Renewed Computer Technology