Learn everything you need to know before applying by the March 1 deadline: from our programs, profiles and services, to some very innovative student activities such as Model UN, Sustainable Dawson and the Peace Centre Certificate.
To make the most of your visit, arrive no later than 7 p.m. so you can meet with current students, teachers, advisers and admissions staff.
More information and directions to the College.
The Social Science Program has done it again. It has put together another exciting week of speakers, panel discussions, and activities that promise to stimulate and engage the whole community.
Have you ever contemplated about how we can create a more harmonious society or achieve personal goals? Have you ever wondered about the importance of social media, religions, the family, and culture? Have you ever pondered about the future of the job market, social inequality, and the Canadian economy? Have you ever asked yourself about the injustices faced by Aboriginals in Canada and how we can build a new relationship between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal peoples? Have you ever asked yourself questions about the environment, human trafficking, the role of international agencies, and world conflicts? These are some of the many issues covered by speakers during five, full days of Social Science Week held from February 9 to 13.
It is mandatory for all Dawson students to carry a valid Dawson ID card. First card is free, but replacements cost 10$ (cash only).
ID cards will be issued and/or validated for students, faculty and staff as follows.
After January 20
(Monday to Friday)
2E.01 (audio-visual counter)
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.