Why choose between your many interests? Not when the Marianopolis Arts and Sciences program allows you to do a deep dive into a variety of areas of study and prepare for almost every field of university study, including medical school, while you are a part of a tight-knit group of peers!
“It was the community feeling that drew me to the program,” remembers Naomi Wiseman-Beese, a recent Arts and Sciences graduate and alumna of Alexander Galt Regional High School, a public English-language school in Lennoxville. “It impressed me and I felt it when I met A&S teachers during Open House.”
Did the program live up to her expectations?
“Yes and I loved hanging out with my A&S cohort,” she says.
Fellow Arts and Sciences graduate Kevin Wu shares that sentiment. “There was a strong support system among the A&S students. We were in a text group chat and we would snapchat with each other,” recalls the former student of Collège Charlemagne, a private French school in Pierrefonds.
“I needed to be sure the Science component was a solid base of courses that would keep my options open. And it absolutely was. A&S wasthe perfect program for me. It’s for students who want to reach their full potential. If you want to discover the whole world, A&S offers a full feeling of what the world has to offer.
“It is such a bonus being in a small cohort. Being able to hang out together has such a huge beneficial effect in contributing to success.”
Another bonus for Marianopolis Arts and Sciences students is the ongoing integration of subject matter: for example, after an idea is examined in a Humanities course, it is reexamined in a Social Science course, deepening and enhancing understanding.
So if you want to study all the subjects you love within a tight-knit community with a reputation for excellence and with small classes, consider Marianopolis and Arts and Sciences.