My Marianopolis – Sign Up!

My Marianopolis – Sign Up!

We’ve created a website just for high school students like you, bemarianopolis.ca. Now it’s time to join our community by signing up! There are many reasons why you should create an account: you can easily book a student-for-a-day tour for yourself, sign up for our various information events and ask us for information. We’ll also make sure that you receive information about the things that interest YOU! We’ll send you […]

Social justice and clubs: the perfect combination for this graduate from a French high school

Social justice and clubs: the perfect combination for this graduate from a French high school

If you are considering Marianopolis check out Véronique Leblanc, who came to the College from École d’éducation Internationale de Laval and is studying Honours Social Science and Law, Society and Justice. Q: What have you been up to at Marianopolis? A: I would describe myself as someone who is very passionate, especially regarding my varied interests in mediums of expression, such as music, dance, public speaking. I have been extensively […]

Missed Open House?

Missed Open House?

If you missed Open House on November 6, don’t worry: there are many opportunities to get to know Marianopolis College. The very popular Student-for-a-Day program continues until November 18 and resumes in February 2017. The Marianopolis Recruitment and Admissions Team is on the road, visiting high schools. Keep checking the visit section for more information. The College’s annual Admissions Information evening will take place on Monday, January 30, 2017. Keep […]

A seat at the table

A seat at the table

The 2014-15 student representatives on the Marianopolis College Academic Council, from left, Jacinthe Dion, Lia Nanasi and Sean MacRae. Every year, students are named to the Marianopolis College Academic Council, one of the College’s most influential governing bodies. Here is what this year’s student representatives have to say. Sean MacRae, first-year Health Science student and graduate of Centennial Regional High School: “To be a part of a team devoted to […]

Scholarship recognizes volunteer’s many efforts

Scholarship recognizes volunteer’s many efforts

Alexandra Cohen likes to help. She is someone who pitches in when there is a need, someone who loves to volunteer and to sing. Her dedication has been acknowledged. The recipient of the Royal Canadian Legion Brigadier Frederick Kisch Branch 97 Youth Volunteer of the Year Award in recognition of her outstanding efforts in her hometown of Côte Saint-Luc, she entered Marianopolis with a Director General’s Student Life scholarship, for […]