The Aboriginal Students Resource Centre, the only one in Quebec, offers support services and resources to First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students.
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Counselling and Development helps students looking for employment, whether summer or part-time jobs, or internships and entry-level career positions.
Advice is available through Advocacy and Support Services and the Ombuds Office, which also handles complaints and issues regarding any department or aspect of the university.
Childcare services are provided for children of students, faculty and staff on both campuses. Students who are parents are also welcome to drop by the Student Parents Centre for help finding jobs, looking for child care, apartment hunting and the like.
Learn more about Concordia’s convocation ceremonies, held in the spring and fall, for graduating students.
Health Services offer no-cost essential clinical services to the university community, along with health and illness-prevention education and consultation.
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The university’s conference services handle the logistics for many events, including high-end receptions, arts exhibits, and film festivals, and international conferences.
Concordia students can benefit from several on-campus mentorship and networking opportunities to facilitate the transition to their chosen careers.
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Students, faculty, staff and alumni can take advantage of a free shuttle bus service to and from the Hall Building on the downtown campus and Loyola Chapel at the Loyola Campus.
The Access Centre for Students with Disabilities has programs and services that support the integration and independence of students with disabilities.
Find out how to give back as a member of the Concordia community by volunteering on campus, off campus or abroad.
Concordia's wireless network makes it possible for students, faculty and staff to access the Internet and related services from selected areas on both campuses.