What’s Up info bulletin
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 April 22-26, 2019
Monday April 22
Monday April 22 is a holiday and the College is closed. Enjoy the long weekend!
Tuesday April 23
ArtsFest 2019 begins today. During the next two weeks, student paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures and other works will be on display throughout A-wing and in the Library. Enjoy thoughtful, challenging and expressive works from students representing all programs. Graduating Arts and Sciences and ALC students will display some of their term works. Look for various ArtsFest events such as the Poet’s Café, film screenings, Laptop Orchestra, etc.
1-2 p.m., outside the Auditorium, Ribbon-cutting to officially re-open A-200 West, the new centralized location of all academic support services (Academic Dean’s Office, Academic Advising, AccessAbility Centre, Learning Resources Centre, and the Writing Professional). Come check out these resources in their new location and celebrate the latest milestone in the College’s HVAC renovation project. Free refreshments and snacks will be served!
Thursday April 25
Thursday April 25 is a Monday schedule.
Friday April 26
4:15-5:30 p.m., D-105, ArtsFest 2019 Film Screenings. Students from the ALC and A&S programs will be showing film and video work from their integrative projects. Refreshments will be served and everyone is welcome!
Want to represent Marianopolis at our first Intercollegiate Unplugged Singing contest? Each college will send three acoustic acts (individual, duos or group acts). To audition, MIO Trudy Ste. Croix or sign up in A-162. You must be available to perform 7-9 p.m. on Monday April 29 at the Dawson theatre.
May 2, 12:45-2 p.m., Student Lounge, ArtsFest 2019 Laptop Orchestra. Come hear and see Marianopolis students perform original musical creations using laptop computers. Refreshments will be served and everyone is welcome!
May 2, 12:45-2 p.m., D-120-B, Avoiding Finals Freakout. Do you feel stressed when preparing for finals or taking exams? Come learn some tips and tricks to help you deal with your exam stress. This workshop is offered by Counselling Services.
May 4, 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Concordia University Loyola Campus, Bold Science 2019. Concordia’s Science College is pleased to announce its inaugural conference for undergraduate and college students. The theme is sustainability. Learn and interpret research, other scientific disciplines, improve your science communication skills and present your own research. Free. Registration is required as space is limited.
Physics markers are needed for the next academic year. Students must be in their second year of college or first year of university. Please MIO Professor Jean Perreault (B-316) with subject line “physics marker.”
A-267 is the new permanent location for Academic Advisors, AccessAbility Centre, Learning Resources Centre, Peer Tutoring Services and the Writing Professional.
A-100 west corridor is the temporary location for Student Services, Student Life Animators and Counsellors.
A-203-A is the temporary service counter for Finance and Admissions documents. Diplomas can be picked up there 8:30-4:30 p.m. weekdays, 9:30-4:30 Mondays, closed noon-1.
F-317 is the temporary location for Enrolment Services (ext. 300), open 8:30-4:30 weekdays, 9:30-4:30 Mondays.
Monday May 6 is a Wednesday schedule.
Smoking or using an electronic cigarette is prohibited inside the College and on campus grounds except in the designated area across from door 24 (east student entrance). Violators will be fined.