How will you tell your story?

Welcome to the
Story Arts Centre

quick links

Story Arts Centre resources

Equipment Room

Need to book a camera or audio recorder? The Equipment Room is where you can do just that. Plus you’ll find technical documents here if you get stuck.

Student Work Areas

The Story Arts Centre boasts a number of student work spaces.

HireCentennial

On HireCentennial, Story Arts grads can access links to professional associations, job search websites and references to industry-specific information.

Large Format Printing

Need large format or specialty prints for a project, event or portfolio? You can have them done right here at the Story Arts Centre!

Storyworks

You’ve heard it before: “Once you are out in the real world, you will understand…” Enough of that. Storyworks is a course designed to give you that understanding sooner rather than later!

interactive storytelling

About the
Story Arts Centre

Your creative career starts at the Story Arts Centre.

The Story Arts Centre, Centennial College, opened in the fall of 1994 as a campus dedicated to digital media and is the home of nearly 1,100 full-time students enrolled in the School of Communications, Media, Arts and Design.

Located just minutes from Pape Subway Station in the heart of Toronto’s media cluster, the Story Arts Centre is a meticulously restored, 104,000 square-foot modernist masterpiece serving as a dramatic backdrop for some 300 multimedia workstations and a full suite of digital imaging and editing facilities.

The campus achieved fame as the setting for the CBC series Degrassi High, which was filmed on location between 1989 and 1991.

It features:

  • a 16,500 square-foot television studio,
  • broadcast video, audio and post production facilities,
  • digital imaging labs with the latest software,
  • a library and digital resource centre, and
  • on-site catering and administrative support

How will you tell your story?

Key Performance Indicators

The Story Arts Centre
is tops in the GTA

Since 1998, colleges have been mandated by the Ontario government to collect and report performance data in five areas: graduate satisfaction, student satisfaction, employer satisfaction, employment rate, and graduation rate.

10 %
Knowledge and skills
for your future career
10 %
Graduate employment
10 %
Employer satisfaction

Source: 2014/15 KPI survey