Students can drop in without an appointment every school day and get expert support from an Academic Advisor At just about any given moment during the school day, Marianopolis students are benefitting from the faculty's open-door policyMarianopolis 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 studiesWith more student clubs than any school of its kind (almost 100!) Marianopolis offers a vibrant and unparalleled student life88% of Marianopolis students attend their first-choice university, many of them in their first-choice programEach year Marianopolis students are admitted to the world's top universities, including the Ivy LeagueAlmost all Marianopolis students are admitted to university, consistently around 98% each yearOne of many value-added benefits available to Marianopolis students is the Writing Centre, which offers free literacy support in English and FrenchOnly Marianopolis offers its Music students a unique, half-century old partnership with McGill University's Schulich School of Music
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Students receive $5,000 grant for summer internship
Honours Health Science student Eunice You, a student of Biology Professor Jill Ranger and Laval Liberty High School graduate, has received a $5,000 Fonds de recherche du Québec grant to fund her summer internship at École Polytechnique. Ruo Chen Zhang, a second-year student, received a similar grant.
Sharon Rankin, who is retiring after nearly 30 years at Marianopolis, delivered the commencement address at the 2014 graduation ceremony on June 12. Many members of the Class of 2014 were honoured for having distinguished themselves. Read more…
Social Science course takes students to Holland
Social Science and Commerce Professor Bruno Delorme is teaching an International Business Relations course this summer in a partnership with the University of Amsterdam that is unique in the CEGEP system.
From early admission to Harvard University, to direct entry to McGill University’s Faculty of Law, to the world’s most selective arts programs, here is where some members of the Class of 2014 have gained entry for the fall and what they loved about Marianopolis.