Nestled alongside the St. John River, Fredericton's green scenery and beautiful parks have earned it the title as the “City of Stately Elms.”
Beginning as a seasonal camp for the Mi’kmaq and Maliseet First Nations, the area later became the Acadian community of Pointe Ste. Anne. When United Empire Loyalists established a presence in 1783, it became the city we know it as today.
Historic Fredericton continues to attract newcomers from around the world. Its diverse, well-educated population and arts and culture offerings stand toe-to-toe with much larger cities along the eastern seaboard.
Home to a wide variety of educational institutions, Fredericton boasts a vibrant, connected student population. The city offers students effective and inexpensive transit, short commutes, free wi-fi in the Fred E-zone, and safe streets.
Fredericton has great recreational amenities and parks, and a diverse selection of bookstores, cafés, and stores:
Accommodations in Fredericton
Looking for a place to call home while studying with us? There are plenty of accommodations available for NBCC students, check them out here.
NBCC Fredericton is located on the Fredericton City Transit bus route.
For more information on route information visit Fredericton Transit.