What’s Up is an information bulletin with news of student-related on-campus events. Students are encouraged to make a habit of reading What’s Up, as they are responsible for knowing the academic content it contains, such as information about academic procedures, deadlines and exams. The submission deadline is 2:30 p.m. Wednesdays via the What’s Up submission form.
WEEK OF MAY 8-12, 2017
Tuesday, May 9 is Zen Day. Drop by the Student Lounge between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. to de-stress before exams: meet our therapy dogs, enjoy a healthy snack and participate in some relaxing activities.
Exam prep support: need help with exam preparation, time management, university decision making or anything in between? Schedule an appointment on Omnivox with Counsellor Lisa Tomlinson in Student Services (A-114) on Thursdays or Fridays.
Are you struggling with pre-calculus concepts? Come talk to the Mathematics Monitor and get help before the problem compounds exponentially! Drop in at F-314 every Activity Period or book an appointment.
The Learning Resources Centre is seeking peer and alumni tutors in a variety of disciplines for the fall 2017 semester. For more information on this rewarding opportunity or to apply, please go online or drop by F-317 and speak with the friendly staff.
The All-Girls Summer Engineering and Technology Program runs 9 a.m.-4 p.m. July 4-July 14 at Concordia University’s Sir George Williams Campus. This free two-week program provides hands-on engineering experience for students in grades 9 to 11 and first year of CEGEP (2016-2017 school year). With design challenges, interactive labs and informative activities, GirlSET aims to encourage young women to pursue engineering as a career choice. The program is divided into 10-15 sessions with a new topic and discipline each session, giving students a thorough glimpse of engineering as a discipline. Spots are limited. For more information go online or email email@example.com.
The AGBU Scholarship Program for students of Armenian descent is now accepting applications for the upcoming academic year. Learn more…
Now in its 25th anniversary year, the Kirkland Scholarship Foundation offers bursaries of up to $3,000 to Kirkland residents entering full-time undergraduate university programs who excel academically and volunteer actively in charitable or community work. Learn more…