Academic Support Services
Our Admissions staff are ready to answer your questions about the College, offer advice and remind you of our various application deadlines and procedures. They can also help international students. Many of us are Marianopolis graduates and all of us are eager to look over your applications and do our best to admit you.
Learn about entrance requirements at Marianopolis.
Our Academic Advisors help students understand their program at the College and are invaluable resources when it comes time to plan for university. Advisors help students work toward their academic goals, offer advice for succeeding in their courses, and guide them as they decide about and apply to university. Whether it’s arranging visits from university representatives, one-on-one advising appointments or holding workshops about university applications, the Academic Advisors are an integral source of support.
The AccessAbility Centre is where students with documented learning or physical disabilities receive personalized accommodations. This includes one-on-one coaching or group workshops on learning and organizational strategies, student advocacy, faculty support, information for parents and help in transitioning from high school and/or to university.
The College’s commitment to sound mental health is evidenced by the multi-faceted support and resources that are available to students. Our expert team includes psychotherapists, psychologists, guidance counsellors and a social worker. Each is committed to providing confidential help so that students build self-awareness, resilience and skills that foster academic success and personal growth. They offer individualized sessions, group workshops, referrals and self-help resources.
Financial accessibility is a longstanding value at Marianopolis. We welcome academically qualified students, whatever their economic circumstances. Marianopolis charges tuition and receives partial funding from the provincial government. Our Financial Aid Office is here to help students, so that finances need never be a barrier to attending the College.
A wealth of print and digital resources are available at our library, as are expert librarians. A beautiful space in which to study, the library is also a key part of our university preparation that gives our graduates an advantage as they pursue higher education.
Peer and Alumni Tutoring supports students who need help in a specific course among a wide variety of disciplines. They have free, one-on-one sessions with trained tutors who are Marianopolis students or alumni. Tutors are selected thanks to their strong academic performance in a particular discipline.
Students who want to improve their English or French skills have at their disposal the expert help of the Writing Centre. They can meet one-on-one with our Writing Centre staff or take advantage of various workshops throughout the year.