The sign-up and payment deadline for all activities (unless posted otherwise) is TWO DAYS before the event.
New Payment policy: Starting January 2017, we will no longer be accepting cash, debit or credit card for college trips. If you need to make a payment you MUST pay by making an online banking payment. If you need help making an online payment, we would happy to help you in any International Office. After you have made the payment, you MUST email a copy of your receipt to [email protected].
Watch a dazzling magic show! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GSnHcd_qpRo Cost: This activity is included in tuition for International English for Academic Preparation students. The cost for all Post-secondary and Graduate students is $25. All guests are $25. Sign-up and payment deadline is Friday, November 18th at 3:00 pm. Payment policy: The college does not accept cash, debit or credit card for college trips. If you need to make a payment. you MUST pay by making an online banking payment. Go to your Canadian…Find out more »
Join in the fun as Welland welcomes Santa Claus! Welland’s annual Santa Claus Parade begins at 4pm and the parade route will travel along East Main Street from Wellington Street to Cross Street. Back at Civic Square, the fun is just beginning with the lighting of Welland’s Christmas Tree. There will be plenty of entertainment throughout the night including kids crafts, photo opportunities, holiday carols, and much more! Bus Pick-up Times – St. Catharines Downtown Bus Terminal (Carlisle St. entrance):-2:30…Find out more »
HWAS, in collaboration with Athletics, will host weekly, in-person Meditation Mondays at the Welland Campus in A205 (upstairs in the fitness centre) from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. The sessions will be led by NC’s Michelle MacIntosh. All students and employees are welcome. Mindful meditation is a great way to start each week and can help reduce stress and anxiety, increase calmness and relaxation, improve concentration, physical and psychological well-being.Find out more »
Please join The Student Rights and Responsibilities Office (SRRO) in learning more about 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, an annual international campaign starting on November 25, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against women, until December 10, International Human Rights Day. As part of our Campaign, we would like to invite students to join Indigenous Education & The Student Rights and Responsibilities Office for an afternoon of painting pots, planting, and chatting about gender-based violence &…Find out more »
Join this special session for information on : Canadian Workplace Culture Are you an international student? Are you interested in learning more about Canadian workplace culture? Are you aware of possible job scams? Come and join us for our weekly Let’s Connect Session for international students. We can support you the resources and information you need. Note: This session is jointly facilitated with Niagara Folk Arts Multicultural Centre(https://www.folk-arts.ca/) Ask questions about the following Off Campus Housing Spouse and Dependent support…Find out more »
Please join NCSAC and the Student Rights and Responsibilities Office (SRRO) on November 29 at 5:30pm to watch the documentary A Better Man, the story of a woman who confronted her abuser after escaping from him 22 years earlier. “A Better Man documents a personal experiment for me and my abusive ex-partner – a step towards understanding and accountability. By getting closer to the truth of what survivors experience, and of why men choose to use violence, we can help stop…Find out more »