nbccd campus

Our Spaces

our campusdowntown Fredericton

Located in the picturesque city of Fredericton, our campus includes two historic, downtown buildings at 457 Queen St. and the George Fry Gallery at 408 Queen St. Learn more about the City of Fredericton as you envision your creative future here.

where it beganmain building

The main building on campus is home to our Foundation Visual Arts and Advanced Studio Practice certificates, as well as our Fine Craft: Ceramics, Fashion Design, Jewellery/Metal Arts, Photography/Videography, Textile Design, and Wabanaki Visual Arts programs. It is also where our administration and student services offices are located. Additionally, our College Store is here with public access!

for all your suppliesthe college store

The College Store is located in our main building, and carries everything you will need for your courses in ceramics, drawing, design, textile design, fashion design, jewellery/metal arts, and more.

Hours of Operation

Non-students must call ahead of their visit. 

Mon -Thurs 8:30am – 4pm
Friday 8:30am -2pm
(Atlantic Time)

(Closed on statutory holidays)

Cash is not accepted at the store. Debit/credit cards only.

Interested in more info? Contact us!
+1 (506) 453-5939 | nbccd.collegestore@gnb.ca

the future is digitalthe barracks

The Barracks is a digital hub, with a focus on 3D Digital Design, Graphic Design, and the Photography/Videography Lighting Studio.

408 queen streetgeorge fry gallery

The George Fry Gallery at 408 Queen St. is accessible to the public during exhibitions, craft sales, and recruitment events. Follow the link below to find out when our next event is taking place.

Hours of Operation
Monday to Friday, 10:00 am — 4:00 pm

A picture of the learning commons. There are many shelves of books and a window in the back with a chair by it. The walls are blue and white.

nbccd librarylearning commons

NBCCD’s Learning Commons, on the third floor of the main building, houses one of the most impressive collections of fine art, craft and design-related materials in the province. It’s an excellent resource for students, faculty, staff. The Learning Commons is also host to regular Lunch & Learn workshops hosted by our Student Services team members and other social events like trivia, movie screenings, shared snacks, and more.