One of many value-added benefits available to Marianopolis students is the Writing Centre, which offers free literacy support in English and FrenchAlmost all Marianopolis students are admitted to university, consistently around 98% each yearMarianopolis faculty are experts in their fields, from PhD researchers to MBA-trained business professionals to critically acclaimed authorsMarianopolis is the only college that offers five special interest certificates: Environmental Studies, International Studies, Law and Social Justice, Native Studies and Third World Studies Only Marianopolis students have a universal break, also called Activity Period, twice a week, during which they can immerse themselves in activities that complement their studies88% of Marianopolis students attend their first-choice university, many of them in their first-choice programA higher than average proportion of Marianopolis students enter law school and medical school compared to students from other collegesEach year Marianopolis students are admitted to the world's top universities, including the Ivy LeagueThere's no such thing as a typical Marianopolis student - they come from over 175 high schools, public and private, French and English, from throughout Montreal and the worldMarianopolis graduates are part of a dynamic and diverse 30,000-strong alumni network worldwide
Parents and Marianopolis are partners in supporting students’ success. The College looks forward to welcoming parents of first-year students to its annual Parent Information Evening on September 11 at 7 p.m. Registration is required by September 9.
Join students, alumni, employees and friends of Marianopolis on the afternoon of Friday, September 19 for Heritage Walk 2014, a 6-kilometre fundraising walk in support of the College’s financial aid program. Learn more and register…
Marianopolis students are world-class chess champs
Congratulations to second-year students Yan Wang, left, and Indy Ma, who placed first and third, respectively, in the Canadian Youth Chess Championship. Yan will represent Canada at the international level in South Africa in September.
Life beyond the classroom at the College is rich with varied perspectives, activities and events. The best source of student-related on-campus events is the What’s Up information bulletin, updated every Friday during the semester. Bookmark marianopolis.edu/whats-up to know what is happening each week.