Calling all New Schoolers, young and not so young. On May 30, Dawson will host a New School anniversary/reunion party for alumni, facilitators, students and friends; it will also be an opportunity to toast Greta Hofmann Nemiroff on her retirement as the New School’s most vocal proponent.
This long overdue celebration will include photos, memories, and testimonials of New School’s long legacy of critical humanistic education. There will be a light buffet, some drink, music, and a fun array of testimonials that will be brought together with the help of many generations of New Schoolers.
Festivities start at 6 p.m.
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Contributions at the door: $10, includes a drink ticket; $2 for current students (no drink ticket)
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The Montreal Indie Games Festival (MIGF) will hold its first annual event on Saturday, March 28 at Dawson College.
The goal of the MIGF is to provide visibility for indie game developers and to create awareness of the indie scene to the general public. The main focus of the event is the exhibition of indie games on the show floor featuring various independent game studios primarily from Montreal.
In addition to this, the selected exhibitors will each be considered for one of 6 awards that seek to highlight achievements in design, art, sound, and innovation. The event will end with a public award ceremony commemorating the works of the exhibitors. Continue reading
The Département de français cordially invites you to Francofête which will take place on March 10th, 11th and 12th.
All activities are held from 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and include conferences, music shows, literary games, storytelling, movies and documentaries as well as a special exposition. A detailed schedule can be found on the Francofête page.
Please feel free to come to any activity you wish and to invite some of your students that might be interested.
Thank you for your participation!
The Francofête Committee
An online course is offered to prepare students and professionals from the health sector who are required to pass the OQLF exam. This course is offered to all the Montreal community and will start on February 19th. Registration is in progress.
This course will benefit all the candidates (students, graduates, professionals, etc.) who are required to write the OQLF French exam. More information
The 2014 tuition tax receipts (T2202A and Relevé 8) are now available through the MyDawson portal. To obtain your receipt, log into your portal and select “Tuition Tax Receipts” under “My Ominivox Services”.
Please ensure your social insurance number (S.I.N.) is added to your file before you retrieve your tax receipts. Just sign into your MyDawson portal and go under “My Omnivox Services” and then select “Personal File” and click on “Social Insurance Number”. Then add your 9 digit S.I.N. Finally confirm with your MyDawson password.
Tuition tax receipts will not be mailed unless a request is made at Student Fees in room 4B.5 or by calling 514-931-8731, local 1387.
Please be advised of the following change to the Winter 2015 Academic Calendar for Day students:
- Tuesday, March 31, 2015 is now a Friday schedule.
Please note that this change applies to Day D.E.C. students only.
Click here to see the updated Winter 2015 Calendar.