Alumna appreciates the advantage of her Marianopolis Pure and Applied education

Alumna appreciates the advantage of her Marianopolis Pure and Applied education

“The Pure and Applied Science program at Marianopolis is challenging but the knowledge I was able to acquire was definitely rewarding. I went into university knowing quite a lot more than some of my classmates, so I definitely felt like my Marianopolis education gave me an advantage over the others,” says Natasha Vitale, who came to the College from The Sacred Heart School of Montreal. She is now at Concordia […]

Peer tutoring is students helping students and much more

Peer tutoring is students helping students and much more

Laura Paris oversees the Tutoring Service at Marianopolis. It is part of the Learning Resources Centre and a vital element of the government-funded Marianopolis Plan for Success – as well as a great example of the many value-added resources that students find at Marianopolis. Here’s what she had to say about peer tutoring at the College.  What is peer tutoring at Marianopolis? On average, we employ 130 tutors each semester. These are […]

The blueprint for academic excellence

The blueprint for academic excellence

The Marianopolis faculty’s unparalleled dedication to academic excellence is reflected in their students’ unsurpassed record of achievement: Marianopolis students consistently receive the highest average R-Scores in the province and the most R-Scores above 34; they graduate on time at an impressive rate; they gain entry into their first-choice university in high numbers; they occupy a big share of admissions to competitive university programs such as medicine and law. This dedication […]

Expert offers accessible support for students with disabilities

Expert offers accessible support for students with disabilities

With a doctorate in Psychology from Concordia University, Ioana Constantinescu is College’s Adapted Services Counselor. In other words, she’s the expert who runs the Marianopolis AccessAbility Services Centre. That’s where students get support for learning or physical disabilities, ADHD, visual and auditory impairments and mental health issues, as well as short-term setbacks such as a broken leg. What is your philosophy? I believe that every student wants to be successful. However, […]

Étudier en anglais pour la première fois : l’expérience de Naïké, une ancienne élève

Étudier en anglais pour la première fois : l’expérience de Naïké, une ancienne élève

Curieux et curieuses de savoir comment se passe la transition aux études en anglais pour les élèves d’écoles secondaires francophones? Vous n’avez qu’à demander à une de nos anciennes élèves, Naïké Rouland (graduée en 2004). Elle n’avait jamais étudié en anglais lorsqu’elle a entamé son D.E.C. à Marianopolis. « Je suis francophone. J’ai fait mes études primaires à l’École Saint-Léon et mes études secondaires au Collège de Montréal. J’avoue qu’au départ, […]