Ours is a caring and close-knit community of dedicated professionals from every field of expertise. We get to know students personally and provide easily accessible one-on-one support every school day. Whether we are faculty, staff or administrators, at Marianopolis we all believe that our #1 purpose is to help students succeed.
Academic Advisors help students plan their Marianopolis studies and provide guidance when it comes time to consider and apply to university. In addition to one-on-one support, Advisors offer group workshops and organize university visits on campus.
The AccessAbility Centre provides services and academic accommodations for students with temporary or long-term documented disabilities, such as difficulties with learning, attention disorder and mental health.
Counsellors help with mental-health concerns, personal matters, career exploration and life skills. Students can seek individual therapy or come to various workshops and group sessions offered throughout the year.
Many students each year receive financial aid to offset the cost of tuition. Our Financial Aid Assistant helps students understand the different types of assistance we offer, so that finances need never be a barrier to attending Marianopolis.
Information Technology Services
Thanks to a full-service ITS department, students can get real-time technical assistance and access to a vast array of equipment such laptops, digital cameras and much more.
Learning Resources Centre
The Learning Resources Centre offers free tutoring for students who need extra attention in a particular course. Typically, tutors are current or former Marianopolis students who have excelled in the subject matter.
The Library offers extensive print and online collections, a beautiful and serene space to study, and expert assistance from knowledgeable and approachable librarians who help students build essential research skills for university.
Our student life sets Marianopolis apart. Our animators and faculty mentors support our vibrant and close-knit campus community that includes 100 student-run clubs, over a dozen sports teams, five different certificates and lots of extra-curricular activities each week.
In the Writing Centre students receive professional support to improve their English and French language skills. In addition to one-on-one sessions, small group workshops help students prepare for the Ministry of Education's compulsory English Exit Exam.