Drop in anytime between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m — SGW Campus, EV 5.709
Apply on the spot. Our admissions staff are available to guide you from start to finish.
What can I do with my major?
Drop in anytime between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. — SGW Campus, EV Building, table 145
One-on-one consultations with a career advisor. Hear what professional paths could open up for you and what graduates are doing now.
Consult with a financial aid advisor
By appointment, 12 to 3:30 p.m. — SGW Campus, EV Building, table 120
We know that financing your undergraduate degree is a big commitment. We’ve got some information for you. Let’s set up a time to talk! Email us before October 28 to reserve your one-on-one appointment.
Everything you need to know before you apply 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB 2.430 Length: 45 minutes
We start at the beginning: how to choose the undergraduate program that’s right for you. Then we cover what you need to get in, how the application process works, and what happens once you’ve been admitted.
Especially for Americans: the inside scoop on a Concordia education
10:15 a.m. — SGW Campus, EV 3.309 Length: 30 minutes
The joie de vivre as a student in Montreal is just one of the many factors that make Concordia an excellent option for our future students from the United States. Includes a look at the admissions process, academic requirements, FAFSA, and study permit information for students who last studied in the U.S.
Financial aid 101 for U.S. families
11 a.m. — SGW Campus, EV 3.309 Length: 45 minutes
Thinking of applying for U.S. Federal Student Aid? Learn the in’s and out’s and meet the Financial Aid and Awards team – here to help you!
My educational background is not "normal." What do I do?
11 a.m. — SGW Campus, MB 2.430 Length: 45 minutes
Not sure how your educational background fits with Concordia’s admission requirements and programs? This is the presentation for you! May be of special interest to mature students, transfer students, students who have not completed high school or Cegep, or students who were educated in another country.
CJLO campus radio 12 p.m. — Loyola Campus, SP Building, table 317 Length: 60 minutes Stop by CJLO 1690AM's booth for a live broadcast. CJLO staff and volunteers will be spinning tracks and conducting interviews live on-air. Meet the team and find out how you can get involved with Concordia's student radio station.
Welcome to Montreal 12 p.m. — SGW Campus, EV 3.309 Length: 45 minutes
Moving to Montreal from another province or country? Welcome to one of the world's great cities! Find out everything you need to know about starting your new life in Montreal.
Poursuivez vos études à Concordia En français : 13 h — campus SGW, pavillon EV, salle 3.309 durée : 45 minutes
Vous êtes dans un établissement francophone et songez à faire le saut vers une université anglophone? Apprenez-en plus sur la structure de l’enseignement à Concordia et découvrez comment le Centre de réussite universitaire, entre autres services, peut vous soutenir durant votre transition! Obtenez du même coup des témoignages d’étudiants francophones qui ont vécu cette même transition.
Life as a Concordia student
2 p.m. — SGW Campus, EV 3.309 Length: 45 minutes
Listen to current Concordians share highlights of their experience so far and learn about the many ways that life on campus can shape your educational path.
Build your career and connect to the world 3 p.m. — SGW Campus, EV 3.309 Length: 45 minutes
Discover the wealth of possibilities open to Concordia students when it comes to enriching your education and building your career. Topics include volunteer opportunities, study abroad, paid internships, start-up incubation through District 3, and more.
What’s the value of a graduate degree?
11 a.m. — SGW Campus, EV 11.119 Length: 60 minutes
(Presentation in conjunction with Erin Draper with YES Montreal)
A graduate degree represents a significant investment of time and money. Is it worth it? A look at professional growth opportunities and career benefits across all sectors. Hear from employment specialists/experts about the role your education could play in terms of your place in the current labour market.
Conversations with Concordia graduate students
12 p.m. — SGW Campus, EV 11.119 Length: 60 minutes
What is graduate school? How does Concordia prepare the graduate population on a professional level? Hear from current graduate students about their experiences at Concordia. Bring any questions you might have!
Why choose graduate studies at Concordia?
1 p.m. — SGW Campus, EV 11.119 Length: 60 minutes
Our graduate programs create spaces for you to propose bold ideas, establish new networks and break boundaries. Learn how Concordia promotes your success with cutting-edge facilities, professional development workshops and new initiatives.
Paying your way through graduate school
2 p.m. — SGW Campus, EV 11.119 Length: 30 minutes
Concordia offers a range of entrance scholarships, fellowships, and conference funds to graduate students. Learn about all the opportunities open to you.
Sir George Williams Campus
In English: Throughout the day — SGW Campus, EV Building, table 125 Length: 60 minutes En français : 11 h et 13 h — campus SGW, pavillon EV, comptoir 125, durée : 60 min
Loyola Campus Throughout the day — Loyola Campus, SP Building, table 301 Length: 45 minutes En français : 11 h et 14 h — campus Loyola, pavillon SP, comptoir 301 durée : 45 min
Grey Nuns Residence Every hour from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. — SGW Campus, EV Building, table 104 Length: 30 minutes
Hingston and Jesuit Residences Every hour from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. — Loyola Campus, SP Building, table 302 Length: 30 minutes
10 a.m., 11 a.m., 12 p.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m., 3 p.m. — SGW Campus, EV Building, table 147 Length: 30 minutes
The transformation of the Webster Library represents a radical rethinking of the library spaces at Concordia. You’re invited to see what a 21st-century academic library looks like, including the Technology Sandbox, the presentation practice rooms, plus 20 other kinds of library environments.
CJLO campus radio
Upon request — Loyola Campus, SP Building, table 317 Length: 30 minutes
Catch a glimpse of Concordia University's radio station, CJLO 1690AM. For almost 20 years, CJLO has been streaming 24 hours a day, seven days a week, providing a platform for students and community members to express their views while supporting local, underground music. See the DJ booth, recording studio, and music library, and find out how you can get involved!