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Academic Advising

Academic Advisors offer support in all aspects of academic life at Marianopolis College and help students as they consider and apply to university. Here are some important issues on which they support students:

 

How to reach an academic advisor

Academic Advisors Patti McDonald (F-305), Mathilde Moley (F-309) and Trudy Ste. Croix (F-307) are available every weekday. Students may book a 30-minute appointment through Omnivox. One advisor is also available to see students without an appointment during drop-in hours from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday to Thursday, and from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Friday.

Helpful resources

Marianopolis resources

 

Quebec universities

 

Ontario universities

 

Applying to university in Ontario

 

Additional resources on Canadian universities

 

Information on U.S. universities

 

Canadian scholarships

 

Academic Advising vs. counseling

Academic Advising is distinct from counseling: academic advisors support academic planning, registration, course changes and matters related to getting into university (requirements and application procedures, for example); counselors concentrate on one’s psychological well-being (personal development, problem-solving and self-understanding) and planning for university and one’s career.