Campus store and info centre
Student Services Team
Student Services Counter Clerk Wayne Clasper (A-101, ext. 203) runs Wayne’s World, the place to go when students need just about anything, including answers to just about every question they may have.
Director Louise McLellan (A-108, ext.246) is responsible for the well-being of all students. She works with all members of the Marianopolis community to ensure that the College provides a safe and fun learning environment.
Administrative and Support Services Technician Josie Cavaliere (A-106, ext. 244) provides a host of services to students and student clubs. She takes care of everything from sending faxes, to booking rooms and appointments with a counselor, to helping international students with insurance or off-campus housing.
Student Life Animators Trudy Ste. Croix (A-158, ext. 293) and Adam Reider (A-160, ext 311) help students organize all aspects of extracurricular life at Marianopolis, from supporting the nearly 100 student clubs to organizing Winter Carnival, various charity drives, social justice initiatives, the Talent Show and more. Adam also works with student volunteers in the Recognition of Student Involvement (ROSI) program.
Student Life Counselor, Athletics Véronique Champoux (A-156, ext. 291) is the person to see for information about tryouts, practice times and all things related to the Marianopolis Demons sports teams, which compete in the RSEQ league, as well as the College’s numerous intramural offerings.
Counselors Pat Baker (A-110, ext. 241), Lasha Shaw-Korchynski and Jessica Schwarz (A-112, ext. 215) provide guidance and support on personal and vocational issues. All counseling is confidential and can be arranged by making an appointment online or by calling Josie Cavaliere at ext. 244.
Textbooks can be purchased at the Concordia University Bookstore, a block east of the Guy metro station, at 1400 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W., Library Building, LB-103,
(514) 848-2424, ext. 3615.
Secondhand books can be purchased via Omnivox. Simply log in and select “Secondhand books.”
Jobs on campus
Working at Marianopolis is a great way for students to earn money while honing their skills. Jobs are available throughout many areas of the College: