There'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 is the only college that offers four special interest certificates: Environmental Studies, International Studies, Law and Social Justice and Third World StudiesMarianopolis faculty are experts in their fields, from PhD researchers to MBA-trained business professionals to critically acclaimed authorsMarianopolis' expert librarians help more than 1,500 students each school dayOne of many value-added benefits available to Marianopolis students is the Writing Centre, which offers free literacy support in English and FrenchWith more student clubs than any school of its kind (almost 100!) Marianopolis offers a vibrant and unparalleled student lifeAt just about any given moment during the school day, Marianopolis students are benefitting from the faculty's open-door policyMarianopolis graduates are part of a dynamic and diverse 24,000-strong alumni network worldwideOnly Marianopolis offers its Music students a unique, half-century old partnership with McGill University's Schulich School of Music88% of Marianopolis students attend their first-choice university, many of them in their first-choice program
Marianopolis alumna Trudy Ste. Croix supports the nearly 100 student clubs at the College — that’s more clubs than at any other school of its kind. Learn more …
All invited to juried music competition on March 19
The public is invited to join the Marianopolis community for an evening of music on March 19, as students perform in the Prix d’expression musicale, a College tradition since 1980. Winners have gone on to international careers. The free event takes place in the Auditorium starting at 7 p.m. March 20 is the rain date.
The Marianopolis Youth Leaders Organization (MYLO) took the podium at McGill University’s Desautels Preparatory Case Competition. “Not only is this a great case competition but students experience what it takes to succeed in university,” said Marketing Professor and MYLO Advisor Peter Elenakis. Read more …
ArtsFest takes place April 14-25
Students in the Creative Arts, Literature and Languages program discuss whether to incorporate Studio Art and Spanish in a painting that explores self-image, as part of an Integrative Project to be presented during ArtsFest, the College’s annual celebration of the arts.
How to receive your 2013 tax receipt
Income tax receipts for tuition fees paid in 2013 (T2202A and Relevé 8) are available via students’ Omnivox accounts. Former and current students who have forgotten their access information should contact the Records Office at (514) 931-8792, ext. 300. Tax receipts for donations made in 2013 were mailed on February 28.
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. Bookmark marianopolis.edu/whats-up to know what is happening each week.
For over 100 years, Marianopolis has been helping tomorrow’s leaders achieve, grow and succeed. Your donation to the annual giving campaign ensures that the College can continue its century-long commitment to excellence while supporting deserving students.