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May 26
NBCC College Preview Day - Message from NBCC

College Preview Day is an exciting opportunity for accepted students and their supporters to explore and discover what comes next at NBCC. For the past two years, this event has been virtual but we are excited to announce that we are moving back to in-person for 2022 and we can’t wait to show your students what awaits them at NBCC!


On Friday, June 3rd and Friday, June 10th, we want to provide students the opportunity to learn more about the College, its campuses, student support services, how to pay for college as well as learn more about their future program. Visit our landing page for registration information and helpful video content and follow our social media pages for regular updates @mynbcc. 


As a bonus, all admitted students who attend will be entered to win a $500 NBCC tuition credit!​

March 25
NBCC Entrance Scholarship

​Students who are attending NBCC in the fall are encouraged to complete the Entrance Scholarship application. Please turn in to Ms. Wood by May 27thForm_NBPCES-BEPACPNB.pdfForm_NBPCES-BEPACPNB.pdf

March 25
Transition Out of High School - Upcoming Events

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March 25
Trades and Technology Day - April 6th


March 24
NBCC - Grade 11 Applications

Students interested in attending NBCC for the 2023-2024 academic year can apply beginning Friday, April 1st, 2022. Grade 11’s will be able to apply as well as upload their transcript online. All information for grade 11 applicants can be found here.

Grade 11 applicants must select the next available admit term on their application (e.g. Students applying for Fall 2023 would select Fall 2022 and their application would be automatically rolled over to Fall 2023). Students must not apply before 12:00 am on Friday, April 1st. Should a student apply early, their application will be dated April 2nd.​
March 24
UNB Engineering Shadow Day - Grade 11 & 12

Have you ever been curious how things work? What makes your computer operate? How can you use technology to help the environment and reverse the effects of climate change? Ever ponder what an engineer even does?

 Shadow Day is your chance to learn about what the engineering profession is, what it is like to be an engineering student, and hear about some of the exciting clubs, societies and opportunities that exist when you choose to pursue a degree in engineering.

 Join the Engineering Undergraduate Society (EUS) at the University of New Brunswick March 29th, 2022, starting at 9:00 am for a day full of interactive presentations, a panel from current students ready to answer any questions you have, and your chance to win UNB Engineering Merch!!

 Registration for Shadow day can be accessed at the link below and closes Sunday March 27th at midnight. 


March 16
TechImpact Free Virtual Event
TechImpact is celebrating Women and Girls in Tech and is focused on creating a forum for high school girls and post-secondary women to explore careers in tech, technical and less technical. Please see/message Ms. Wood for the registration link for thei FREE virtual event on March 22nd, from 6-7pm.Eventbrite-Mar 22-Final.jpg

February 18
Saint Mary's Next Steps Webinar

​The Next Steps webinar taking place on Tuesday, February 22nd at 6:00pm. During the webinar Saint Mary's will discuss how to prepare for university, what your next steps might be, scholarships, government funding, and more! They will also be providing a waiver code that will allow students to apply to Saint Mary’s for free. Students can register for the webinar by following the link below:


February 18
NBCC Trades Day - March 14-18

There’s never been a better time to take a trade. Trades are booming right now in New Brunswick, and it’s projected in the next three years, there will be over 3,100 new trade jobs.

At NBCC, we know skilled trades. Our industry-experienced instructors are connected to local industry and for decades we have been preparing workers for success.

During the week of March 14th, come speak with us and have all your questions answered about taking a Trades program at NBCC.

Have your students register for an in person tour, join us for a webinar, or both. Every event participation is an entry for an NBCC/Carhartt prize pack! Find out more information 

February 18
Mount A Open House

On Saturday, February 26, Mount Allison University will be holding its annual Winter Open House for prospective students and their families. 

Benefits of Registering:

-          Chance to win $5,000 Residence Award for the 2022-23 Academic Year

-          Apply for free! Register for and attend the Winter Open House to receive a promo code to waive the $50 application fee

-          Learn more about academic programs and student support services

-          Get inside scoop on Financial Aid, Housing, and more

-          Connect directly with current students, alumni, faculty, and our Admissions Team

Visit mta.ca/openhouse to register

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