A Historic Milestone for the College

Marianopolis marked a major milestone this spring when it finalized the purchase of its campus from la Congrégation de Notre-Dame.

The College is now the owner of the property it has called home for nearly two decades.

This is an important step in ensuring that future generations of students can benefit from the exceptional university preparation that is the hallmark of Marianopolis.


The support and engagement of our graduates remains crucial to our vision as the leading college in Quebec.

I invite you to read our most recent newsletter for updates from the Marianopolis community and opportunities to get involved with your alma matter. 




Christian Corno

Director General

Marianopolis Launches Investment Management Program

The innovative program relies on the expertise of alumni in the world of finance to help students gain valuable hands-on learning experience in finance, stock market operations and financial investments.


Artificial Intelligence in the Classroom

The advent of ChatGPT 3.5 in November 2022 was a huge shock to educators: suddenly, students could effortlessly and rapidly generate somewhat-credible prose assignments that many would pass off as their own.

Marianopolis English Professor Andrew Burton explains how and why he's integrated this new technology into his classes.


Marianopolis Community Establishes Seven New Scholarships

Over the last twelve months, alumni and friends of the College have made significant donations to establish several scholarships to support our students and honour the faculty and staff who had a positive impact on their lives and careers. 


Oscar Nominated Animation Director Ted Ty '87 Shares Insights and Inspiration with Students

Marianopolis alumnus Ted Ty was back at the College to offer students an in-depth look into the creative process and the collaborative work involved in making animated films. 


Liberal Arts Student Contributes to McCord Stewart Museum Exhibition

When Sakoianonhá:wi Curotte '24 told his professor Dolores Chew that he was looking for an internship in the field of museology, she reached out to her former student Jennifer Bracewell ’01, who was able to connect him with the McCord Stewart Museum.

Sakoianonhá:wi discusses his experience working on the museum’s Wampum: Beads of Diplomacy exhibition and how it helped him explore his academic and professional interests.


Class of 2019 Graduate Earns Prestigious Fellowship

Marianopolis graduate Helen Yang was one of 150 students out of a field of 4,000 applicants to be selected as a 2024-2025 Schwarzman Scholar. She will be attending a one-year, fully funded master’s degree program in Global Affairs at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China.

Helen shares her academic journey, what motivated her to apply for the fellowship and reflects back on her time at Marianopolis. 


Catching Up in Boston: Marianopolis Alumni at Harvard Share Fond Memories

Last fall, Ada Hsieh and David Wu organized a special reunion for Marianopolis alumni studying at Harvard or graduated from Harvard. Ada and David met at Marianopolis and studied together at Harvard before getting married.

They talk about the impact the College had on their academic and professional lives and the prospect of giving back to the Marianopolis community.


Help Marianopolis Talent Flourish

Share your expertise in a class or student-club event, serve as a student mentor, sponsor a scholarship or bursary, volunteer with the Marianopolis Millennium Foundation.

As a member of the Marianopolis College community, there are many opportunities for you help students succeed.

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