Although you will be kept very busy with your classes and a lot of homework, don’t forget that classes are not the only way of improving your English skills. If you want to make many new friends, practice your speaking and listening skills, learn about Canadian culture and have some fun, it is very important that you get involved outside of the classroom.
The Socio-Cultural Program Coordinator will meet with representatives of your student government to plan weekly activities. A monthly calendar, "What’s Going On", is available online to publicize these events. Listed below, are various activities that can be planned for you during your session. Check the calendar frequently for up-to-date activities.
The Socio-Cultural Program often plans extra special activities that may incur a small fee. These activities are planned to encourage larger student participation.
Examples of these activities include:
|Wolfe Island Picnic
Class Volleyball Tournament
International Potluck Dinner