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2017 HALL OF DISTINCTION UNVEILED

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec – April 28, 2017 – Recognizing individuals who have made an indelible mark on John Abbott College and beyond is a new tradition on campus since 2016. The Hall of Distinction inductees are alumni, employees, and friends of the College. The 2017 list of honorees is being unveiled Thursday, May 25, 2017. The nine people selected for this honour personify the dedication and hard work that has shaped John Abbott Co... Continue Reading.

Julie Caouette (Psychology) and Richard Leveille (Geosciences) awarded research grants.

Julie Caouette (Psychology) is part of a successful team grant application to  FRQSC’s  programme Soutien aux équipes de recherche!  ( FRQSC=  Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et culture ) This is Julie’s 2nd research grant within a few weeks. The title of the team grant project is  «Identité et dysfonction sociale». The principal investigator of this grant is John Lydon, McGill University. This research grant runs 4 years... Continue Reading.

Giving Back

Student Union of John Abbott College (SUJAC) Gives Back to the West Island Community: On Thursday May 11, the Student Union of John Abbott College delivered three car loads of food, non-perishable goods, toiletries and other essential items to the food bank set up to help those affected by the spring floods. A total of $2250 in supplies were purchased and donated. An additional $2250.00 was donated to the Canadian Red Cross – Spring Flood Appea... Continue Reading.
Message to graduates

A MESSAGE TO THE GRADUATES OF JOHN ABBOTT COLLEGE IN TECHNICAL STUDIES

BOARD OF GOVERNORS John Abbott College is launching a search for a graduate of the College holding a DEC in a program of technical studies who is not a member of the College staff to fill one (1) alumnus/alumna representative position for technical studies on its 19-member Board of Governors.The Board is composed of members from various groups, including alumni. The Board sets major College policies and looks toward the future academic and commun... Continue Reading.
2017 student service award winners

JOHN ABBOTT STUDENTS RECOGNIZED FOR THEIR INVOLVEMENT

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue – April 25, 2017 – At a ceremony held Tuesday April 25, John Abbott College recognized the dedication and efforts of 55 students with a Service and Leadership Award. The awards were established to honour students who make a significant contribution to student life and/or in the service of others at the College. Nominated students are recognized in one of four areas of engagement: Participation and making a meaningful ... Continue Reading.
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LSAC IS COMING TO JAC!

John Abbott College is proud to announce that we will be hosting the Learning Specialists Association of Canada’s (LSAC) National Conference. 2017 National Conference May 29 – 31: EXPLORING STUDENT EXPERIENCES –  A Non-Cookie Cutter Approach to addressing Student Learning. Click here to access the conference website. ... Continue Reading.
PM greeting JACMUN

PM Greeting JACMUN

Fifteen schools bringing just over 140 students participated in the JAC Model United Nations weekend event held April 8 & 9. The weekend started off on an incredible note with a personal address by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.    https://instagram.com/p/BSqb_99FAc4/ It was a great turnout! See more highlights from the weekend at John Abbott College Model United Nations (JACMUN) on Facebook. ... Continue Reading.

Islander Sports News

Graduating Student Athletes with an 80%+ Average This week the Islanders are proud to recognize 45 student athletes who are graduating this spring with an Academic average over 80%. These students show that excelling in academics while practicing a varsity sport is achievable. Recent data has shown that student athletes on average have a higher academic score than students who do not participate in any extra curricular activities. This reinforce... Continue Reading.