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Monsignor Fraser CollegeOpen HouseNovember 29, 2011Supporting Student Success through an Alternative Model: The Monsignor Fraser College Experience


Agenda
Agenda

Supporting Student Success through an Alternative Model:

The Monsignor Fraser College Experience

  • Introduction/Welcome

  • Msgr. Fraser College (Presentation)

  • Video: Student Testimonials

  • Q & A

  • Guided Campus Tour

  • Exit Survey


The fraser network a community of care
The Fraser Network: A Community of Care

Annex

Isabella

Midland

Yonge &

Lawrence

Midland

North

Norfinch


16 18 program
16 – 18 Program

  • YONGE & LAWRENCE

  • Central Toronto

  • Easy access to subway

  • Storefront location

  • Capacity (~90 spaces)

  • Grade 11 & 12 College

  • and University courses

  • offered

  • THE ANNEX

  • Downtown Toronto

  • Easy access to subway

  • Grade 10 – 12 College

  • and Open Level

  • courses offered (a few

  • Workplace and

  • University courses)

  • Co-operative Education - Blended E-Learning

Yonge &

Lawrence

  • NORFINCH

  • Highway 400 & Finch

  • Hybrid Program

  • Grade 10 – 12 College and

  • Open Level courses

  • offered (a few Workplace

  • and University courses)

  • Co-operative Education

  • Program

  • ESL Courses

  • Ontario Public Service

  • (OPS) Program

Norfinch

Midland

North

  • MIDLAND NORTH

  • North Scarborough

  • Capacity (~65 spaces)

  • Grade 10 – 12 college

  • courses offered (a few

  • Workplace and

  • University courses)


18 20 program
18 – 20 Program

  • MIDLAND

  • North Scarborough

  • Grade 10 – 12 College

  • and Open Level courses

  • offered (a few Workplace

  • and University courses)

  • Co-operative Education

  • Program

  • Transition Resource Co-

  • operative Education Program

  • ESL courses

  • ISABELLA

  • Downtown Toronto

  • Easy access to subway

  • Grade 10 – 12 College

  • and Open Level

  • courses offered (a few

  • Workplace and

  • University courses)

  • Co-operative Education

  • Program

  • Transition Resource Co-

  • operative Education

  • Program

  • ESL courses

Midland

Isabella

  • NORFINCH

  • 400 & Finch

  • Hybrid Program

  • Grade 10 – 12 College and

  • Open Level courses offered (a

  • few Workplace and University

  • courses offered including

  • senior level science

  • - Co-operative Education

  • Program

  • - Ontario Public Service

  • (OPS) Co-operative Education

  • Program

  • - ESL courses

Norfinch


21 continuing education program
21+ Continuing Education Program

  • ISABELLA

  • Downtown Toronto

  • Easy access to subway

  • Grade 10 – 12 College

  • Courses offered (a few Open

  • and M-Level courses)

  • ESL courses

  • MIDLAND

  • North Scarborough

  • Grade 10 – 12 College

  • Courses

  • offered (a few Open, M-

  • Level and University courses)

  • ESL courses

Midland

Isabella



What makes u s u nique
What Makes Us Unique?

  • 4 Quads/Year – Different Daily Schedule

  • A Variety of Pathways and Programs

  • An Informal Community Environment

    (Adult-Learning Model )

  • Urban Grant Funding

  • Nutrition Program

  • Co-Instructional Programs


When does each term begin
WhenDoes Each Term Begin?

Four Admission Periods:

  • September

  • Mid-November

  • February

  • Mid-April


Admissions Sample Student Timetable


Admissions Process

  • Student/school application form (where possible)

  • Student must make an appointment to meet with a Guidance Counsellor

  • Student must bring the following documents

    • Credit counselling summary/transcript

    • Proof of address

    • Birth Certificate or Immigration Documents

    • Health Card

    • Activity Fee ($25 for Under 21/$30 for Over 21)



Q & A :

Meet the Team


“If you lose hope, somehow you lose the vitality that keeps life moving, you lose that courage to be, that quality that helps you go on in spite of it all. And so today I still have a dream. "The Trumpet of Conscience -Martin Luther King


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