13,632 Light Bulbs
Wow! That's very bright.
But that is the number of light bulbs in program spaces across our campus that are required to keep the bright minds at Conestoga focused on the future.
And while these everyday objects can be easily overlooked, Conestoga students see these objects of Edison's ingenuity as an opportunity for innovation.
Sure is a lot of backpacks.
Most of us have used some kind of backpack for a good chunk of our lives. And while these zippered bundles of cloth and nylon can carry a weekend full of fun times or a bundle of late-night study sessions, we often don't give them a second thought.
But at Conestoga, students in our programs use these bags as more than just a utilitarian fashion statement.
5,205 Solar Panels
These marvels of glass and circuits are tilting up everywhere as we look for ways to harness the clean energy that comes from our sun.
And at Conestoga, that quest is no different. As we build an increasing solar panel footprint on our campuses, our students are quick to realize how these panels can do more than just keep the lights on.
That's a lot of clocks.
And while all of these ticktocks may not be as popular as that platform that's out there which shares the same name, our students at Conestoga are pretty into them.
Find out how clocks are making the rounds at Conestoga in everything from computer programming to tourism management.
These ubiquitous objects are no doubt one of the most well-used pieces of furniture in any setting.
Available in countless shapes, styles, and sizes, chairs are ingrained in our daily lives. They are something that we look forward to after a long day of being on our feet.
Learn how the students at Conestoga are taking opportunities to revolutionize this indispensable piece of furniture and how it is used.
40 Vending Machines
That's a lot of snacks.
And those snacks, dispensed by machines across our campuses, provide a delicious pick-me-up that is always welcome. And while these crunchy chips and sweet confections are quickly consumed, our students know that the delightful combination of letters and numbers that results in an instant snack is also dispensing real-life learning opportunities.