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Academic Advisors (F-300 level) are available by appointment through Omnivox. Check out the university-visits page for a listing of upcoming universities on campus. For assistance with your US or UK university application, please MIO Academic Advisor Pauline Grégoire to set up an appointment. Students applying to the US must meet with Pauline in order to have their grades transmitted.

AccessAbility Centre: Testing and learning accommodations for students with diagnosed disabilities are provided by the AccessAbility Centre (F-310).

ATM is located across from Wayne’s World (A-101).

Cafeteria (H-105) is open 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. weekdays for breakfast and lunch. Each day’s changing offering features a specialty hot meal, pasta, pizza, gourmet burger and sandwich. Stations include stir fry and sushi, soup and salad bar, smoothie and juice bar, pastries and healthy snacks. All is prepared fresh on-site daily and aims to satisfy a variety of tastes and dietary needs. Vending machines are also located just outside the Cafeteria.

Café (A-173A) is open 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday. Offerings include specialty coffees and beverages as well as grab-and-go sandwiches and snacks.

Campus store: Wayne’s World (A-101), is where you can find almost anything: Band-Aids and First Aid, feminine hygiene products, pain and allergy medicine, games, the key to the prayer room, lost and found items, clothing, lab coats and goggles, school supplies and more!

English and French language skills: Are you studying in English for the first time? Would you like help with English grammar or writing? See Dr. Suzanne Daningburg in A-322 to discuss your situation and learn about our free services, or visit the Writing Centre (I-306) during office hours.

Evening hours: the College is open Thursdays until 9 p.m, with most TLT services available (A-210).

Financial aid (A-123A) is available in the form of tuition credits and scholarships. The office hours of Financial Aid Clerk Kathryn Fitzpatrick (A-123A) are: 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays: 1:15-6:15 p.m. Wednesdays.

Laptops: can be borrowed from TLT (A-210) and the Library.

Math skills: Mathematics Monitor Maria-Josée Bran Lopez (I-306) is available during drop-in hours every Activity Period or send her a MIO to book an appointment.

Mental health, life issues, career questions, personal problems, or just need to talk? Psychologists Pat Baker (A-110) and Marilyn Payne (A-114) are available by appointment through Omnivox or without an appointment during drop-in hours: Pat Baker 1:15-2 p.m. Thursdays in A-110: and Marilyn Payne 1:15-2 p.m. Tuesdays in A-112.

Online textbook store: order your textbooks online from the Concordia Bookstore and get free shipping when you order $75 or more, or pick up your order in store for free.

Physical health: the hours of the part-time nurse are posted on her office door (A-123B)

Tutoring: The Learning Resources Centre (F-317) provides free peer and alumni tutoring on a variety of subjects.

Sports equipment: can be borrowed from the Gym.

STM shuttle from Vendôme métro to campus: check the schedule at marianopolis.edu/shuttle. Due to local road work there could be delays, so consider taking the metro to Villa Maria and then walking to the College. Please note that if you walk through the Villa Maria high school campus you must stay on the designated walkway.

Study spaces: study areas are available throughout campus and in the Library. Want to know which classrooms are free to study in during the day? Find out online.