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What is Homeroom?

Homeroom is a pilot initiative for first-year undergraduate students that provides a space to connect you to others. Through facilitated virtual and in-person experiences you will meet and bond with other new Concordia students and learn how to navigate the university experience together. In weekly Homerooms led by upper year students, you’ll discuss a wide array of must-know topics that will help ease the transition to Concordia all while meeting new people and allowing you to co-develop new skills that will propel you through your first year of university and beyond. Homeroom is offered by the Dean of Students Office.

How Homeroom works

  • Weekly 1-hour sessions via Zoom that take place between 9am and 9pm EDT

  • Sessions will start during the week of September 13th  and continue throughout the Winter 2022 semester

  • 15-20 students will be in each Homeroom

  • Activities include workshops, games, discussions, and ways to get to know your fellow students

  • You will have access to your Student Facilitator during the meetings and office/lounge hours, and via email throughout the week 

  • You will have access to Concordia professionals to help answer any questions you may have along the way


Participants will receive a notation on their Co-Curricular Record, a certificate of completion, and receive additional perks based on attendance and participation.

Interested in joining Homeroom? Register for this program now. Once you’ve registered you will be contacted in August to find a regular Homeroom time that suits you best!

If you have any further questions, or would like more information, please reach out to

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