John Molson Building (MB) - 1450 Guy St. Richard J. Renaud Science Complex (SP) - 7141 Sherbrooke St. W.
Faculty of Arts and Science advising
Drop in anytime between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. — Loyola Campus, SP Building, table 322
Want to learn more about your options in the Faculty of Arts and Science? Drop by our table in the SP Building at Loyola Campus to speak to an advisor about majors, minors, electives and more!
The World of Arts and Science 10:30 a.m. — SGW Campus, MB-2.430 Length: 30 minutes
Explore the diverse options available to students interested in the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences.
Arts and Science Meet and Greet 11 a.m. - SGW Campus, MB-2.130 Length: 60 minutes
Come warm up with a cup of hot chocolate and learn about some unique opportunities within the colleges, schools and institutes housed within the Faculty of Arts and Science. You will have the chance to speak with students and faculty from Simone de Beauvoir Institute, Liberal Arts College, School of Community and Public Affairs, School of Irish Studies, and the Loyola College for Sustainability and Diversity.
Linguistic Training and Humanistic Life Skills 10:30 a.m. — SGW Campus, MB-2.445 Length: 30 minutes
Did you know that studying a foreign language improves your math skills? Or that linguistic theory improves your analytical skills? Mastering another language gives you a huge advantage in the global economy, so come say hola to the Department of Classics, Modern Languages, and Linguistics to learn more about the major and minor options available.
Think Media, Practice Media. A tour See tours.
Prof. Jeremy Stolow explains what is “Communication Studies,” exactly, and what does “Cultural Studies” mean? How do professors and students investigate the world, how do they think about the media, what kinds of resources are available, and what is everyday life like as a student in these programs? Includes a look at the CJ Building, home to students in Communication Studies.
Why choose a BA in Economics? 11 a.m. — SGW Campus, MB-2.430 Length: 30 minutes
A Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in Economics is a tremendous asset for your education and professional future. Join us to learn more about the Economics program, course content and career paths, including the Co-op option in Economics.
Child Studies and Teacher Education 101 11 a.m. — SGW Campus, MB-2.445 Length: 60 minutes
Join the Education Department to learn more about what your studies and future careers will look like in the Child Studies, Early Childhood and Elementary Education (ECEE) and Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) programs.
Interested in Creative Writing? 11 a.m. — SGW Campus, MB-2.435 Length: 60 minutes
Put your pens to paper, because you'll want to jot down your thoughts after learning all you need to know about the Creative Writing program at Concordia!
When Literature Goes for a Walk 1 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB-2.435 Length: 45 minutes
When writers go for a walk around town they discover what in many ways is a different city, and their work shows how the simple everyday act of walking alters the way we experience and conceptualize urban space -- including the space of Concordia's lively urban campus.
HEALTH, KINESIOLOGY AND APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
What is Kinesiology and Clinical Exercise Physiology? 11 a.m. — Loyola Campus, SP-157 Length: 30 to 45 minutes
Join the Department of Health, Kinesiology and Applied Physiology to get all the details of the KCEP program at Concordia. You'll enjoy an introduction to the department, and will be able to ask your questions directly to faculty members.
What is Athletic Therapy? 1 p.m. — Loyola Campus, SP-157 Length: 30 to 45 minutes
Join the Department of Health, Kinesiology and Applied Physiology to get all the details about Athletic Therapy at Concordia. They'll get you moving with an introduction to the department, and a helpful Q&A session with faculty members.
So you want to be a Journalism student… 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. — Loyola Campus, CJ-3.306 Length: 45 minutes
Journalism Chair Dr. Andrea Hunter shares insights on the current industry and gives you the scoop on Concordia's Journalism program, for both undergraduate and graduate students.
Inside Psychology at Concordia
10:15 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 3:00 p.m. — Loyola Campus, SP-S110 Length: 30 minutes
Deep dive into the Department of Psychology, exploring the differences between the BA and BSc programs, various concentration options available, and exciting experiential learning and extracurricular opportunities.
Science College: past, present and future. 2:00 p.m. — Loyola Campus, SP-365.01 Length: 30 minutes
Undergraduate research, publishing opportunities and more— Hear about the unique experiences of Science College students and alumni. You'll see how joining Science College can enrich your time at university, leading to exciting career paths and new horizons.
Labyrinth Walk All day — SGW Campus, LB Building Atrium
Stemming from mysterious origins, labyrinths have appeared in many forms, sizes and media in cultures across the world. Take a minute to relax with the Department of Theological Studies and walk a scaled model of the Chartres Cathedral labyrinth.
Chemistry and Biochemistry Every 30 minutes from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Loyola Campus, SP Building, table 310
Length: 20 minutes
Communication Studies 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Loyola Campus, CJ Building, CJ-1.114
Length: 60 minutes
Think Media, Practice Media. A tour.
English 2 p.m.
SGW Campus, MB Building, table 210
Length: 45 to 60 minutes Trace the steps of an English student, with an introduction to relevant classrooms, facilities, research labs (the AMPLab for Literary Sound Studies, the Centre for Expanded Poetics, and the Residual Media Depot) and event spaces (the Mordecai Richler Reading Room).
Geography, Planning and Environment Upon request
SGW Campus, MB Building, table 206
Length: 30 minutes
See the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) lab.
Health, Kinesiology and Applied Physiology Every 30 minutes from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Loyola Campus, SP Building, table 326
Length: 20 minutes