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Outstanding October

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Games day, Spirit Week, Bark Lake, Character Week and university visits from Canada’s top schools are a few of the many things students can look forward to this month. With Columbia’s diverse academic and extracurricular programming, students will have endless opportunities to explore new interests and become active members of the student body. OCTOBER EVENTS  1: Games Day 2: We Day, International…
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Dalhousie University visits Columbia

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Inspiring Minds. A representative from Dalhousie University is at Columbia today to hold an information session for prospective students. As one of Canada’s oldest universities, Dalhousie is known for its world-class academic programs, award-winning professors, and research capabilities. With campuses in Halifax and Truro, it is a perfect choice for those looking to study on the East Coast. Fast Facts  • Offers…
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UManitoba and UAlberta visit Columbia

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Columbia students had the opportunity to meet with representatives from two respected Canadian universities yesterday; the University of Manitoba and the University of Alberta®. Both schools were present to answer student questions about admissions, scholarships, residence, internships and much more. The University of Manitoba Define yourself. Define your future. Located in Winnipeg, the University of Manitoba was western Canada’s first university. It…
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Columbia nominated for a Readers’ Choice Award

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Columbia International College is nominated for a 2014 Hamilton Spectator Readers’ Choice award! Columbia received a nomination in the category of “Private School” and is one of 15 nominees. The Readers’ Choice award recognizes local businesses in the Greater Hamilton Area and winners are determined by votes of local residents. How to Vote  Voting began yesterday and will end on October…
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Brescia, Huron & King’s visit Columbia

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Representatives from all three affiliated colleges at Western University – Brescia, Huron, King’s -held and information session for prospective students yesterday in the Student Café. Students learned about the benefits of attending a smaller campus while still having access to the resources and facilities offered at Western. (more…)
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Creating leaders at Bark Lake

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Last week, members of Columbia’s school prefect leadership teams were invited to attend a leadership retreat at the school’s outdoor leadership training centre, Bark Lake. From September 12 -15, 55 Columbia students, those currently serving roles in the Student Council, Service Prefects, Athletic Prefects, and Residence Activity Prefects School, spent the weekend engaging in a series of activities designed to foster their leadership skills…
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University visits begin with York U

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Columbia began its long list of university visits last week when it welcomed York University®  to its campus. On Sept. 11, a York U representative held an information session for prospective students, discussing everything from program selection to residence life. As one of Columbia’s University Partners, students were eager to learn more about the special benefits for Columbia graduates (including Dual Admission and…
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Columbia launches mobile app

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Columbia International College is launching a mobile app to enhance communication between the school, students and parents. The app will replace the traditional Student Planner typically distributed to students at the beginning of a new semester. Students and parents will be able to receive centralized information and instant access to school news, academic reports and social media feeds. (more…)
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