The term "college" has a long-standing connotation at Guelph and is used within the university to designate a group of departments that operate within a structure that is often called a "faculty" at other universities.

College of Arts

The wealth of knowledge and creativity found in the College of Arts serves our society by exploring the depth and breadth of human experience, in both the past and the present, in order to help our world chart a course for the future.

College of Biological Science

The only one of its kind in Canada and among a handful worldwide. The three departments teach approximately 15,000 undergraduate enrolments and advise over 240 graduate students each year.

Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics

The Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics builds on Guelph's values and core mission, as well as emphasizing its strengths in management and leadership.

College of Engineering and Physical Sciences

Students in the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences develop advanced skills in qualitative and quantitative analysis - skills that can be applied to a wide variety of challenging careers.

College of Social and Applied Human Sciences

Composed of 8 departments, with programs that interact with departments in other colleges, centers of research and other related groups.

Ontario Agricultural College

The Ontario Agricultural College (OAC) is one of the top colleges of its type in the world, offering a broad array of academic choices for students with a wide variety of interests at two campuses in Guelph and Ridgetown, ON.

Ontario Veterinary College

The Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) is dedicated to the advancement of veterinary and comparative medicine through teaching, research and service. As the oldest veterinary college in Canada and the United States, OVC has been educating veterinarians since 1862.