Enrolment Services is the place where prospective, current and past students can get information on admissions, scheduling, registration, student records, graduation and more.
Contact information and hours
Temporarily located in F-317 (ext. 300), Enrolment Services is open Monday 9:30-4:30 and Tuesday to Friday 8:30-4:30, except in the summer when it closes at 1 p.m. on Friday.
Documents can be dropped off and picked up 8:30-4:30 p.m. weekdays (Mondays 9:30-4:30) in A-203-A.
Acceptable forms of payment are cash, cheques and money orders. Most requests require showing an official ID. To pick up material or make requests on behalf of someone other than yourself, you must have written authorization.
Drop off application documents
Drop off your application documents in A-203-A.
Get an official transcript or letter of attendance
Official transcripts and official letters of attendance can be ordered easily via Omnivox. Once you select the document you need, Omnivox will let you know when it is expected to be ready and the cost, if any, as well as how you can receive it (by mail, in person, etc.). If there are any production fees, you will be invited to pay by credit card at the time of your request. You can pay by cash or cheque if you make your request in person at Enrolment Services or if you choose to pay when you pick up your document.
To request a document, click on “Document Request” in the Omnivox menu. If you are a former student you need your student number and password to access your Omnivox account. If you do not remember your password, you must select a new one by clicking on “Forgot your password”. For this you will need your permanent code. If you graduated before winter 2011, you must log onto Omnivox using the “First Use” link. This will allow you to validate your personal information and create a new password. If you need help, call the Registrar’s Office at ext. 300. All official letters of confirmation are certified with an official Skytech Omnivox seal that can be validated online by people or institutions receiving the letters.
There are two types of transcripts you can request: the official transcript, which costs $10 per address to which it should be mailed and which is sealed and stamped; and the unofficial transcript, which is free and not sealed or stamped. Please specify the quantity of each type of transcript and the address(es) where each should be mailed.
Transcript requests are usually processed in three business days. They cannot be emailed or faxed.
You can access your student information and your unofficial transcript on Omnivox. Go to “First use?”; add your personal information (student number, permanent code, date of birth); create a password. Once you have created your account, you may access your unofficial transcript and R-Score, under “Final Grades”.
Pick up a diploma
We will notify you by mail as soon as your diploma has arrived from the Ministry of Education. Diplomas can be picked up 8:30-4:30 p.m. weekdays (Mondays 9:30-4:30) in A-203-A. Bring a picture ID. If you are sending someone else to pick up your diploma, you must give them written authorization. If you want your diploma mailed to you, mail in your written request along with a $25 cheque or money order.
- Attendance-Verification Form is available in Omnivox. Fill it out and submit it to Enrolment Services. It usually takes about two business days to process
- Opus Card Application Form is available at the Student Services Counter (A-101). Fill it out and take it to an Opus location
- Attestation of Quebec Residency Status
Change your address
Through Omnivox. It’s in your Personal file.
Get help with your Omnivox password
Go to the “Forgot your password?” section of Omnivox. If you are not prompted to enter your three security answers or if you receive an error message, select “First time use?”.
Find your permanent code
It can be found on your Marianopolis transcript, high school report card, Ministry of Education report card and Marianopolis ID card.
Find the IPESA
Drop a course
Please see one of the College’s academic advisors.
Tuition can be paid online through most banks or in person at the Finance Office.
Find tips for international students
Check out the College’s International Student Handbook.
See the Dean’s List
The Marianopolis College Dean’s List is published at the end of each semester in recognition of students who have achieved an overall grade average of 85% and above, having completed the number of courses required by their program for that semester. See the Dean’s List…
Get ready for Graduation
Class of 2019 Graduation
Thursday, June 13, 2019
7 p.m. ceremony, 9 p.m. reception
Thérèse Casgrain Hall, Villa Maria
4245 Boulevard Décarie, Montreal, QC H4A 3K4
The graduation ceremony includes the conferring of diplomas and certificates of excellence, as well as special addresses from the valedictorian and this year’s convocation speaker, Dr. Kosar Khwaja ’94.
Get ready in 6 easy steps:
- By May 15, register and order your graduation gown and two guest tickets by following the instructions you received in Omnivox.
- Read the info on your tickets carefully. Your guests must bring their tickets to the ceremony in printed or mobile format to be scanned.
- Extra tickets may become available during the week of June 3. Information will be posted in Omnivox.
- Order your flowers and graduation memorabilia (rings, diploma frames and signature folios)
- Print your parking permit and place it on the dashboard of your car.
- On the evening of Graduation, arrive between 5:15 and 6:30 p.m. to pick up your gown and graduation ID card in order to be placed in the procession.
You will receive your Marianopolis diploma during the graduation ceremony. Your official diploma from the Ministry of Education will be available at Enrolment Services as of October 2019. You will receive a letter informing you that it is ready to be picked up.
Contact Enrolment Services, A-203-A or ext. 284.