Today we have a guest blogger, Amanda Penwill. Amanda is the Media Relations Director for the College Royal Society 2012. She will be writing about one of the biggest events of the year here at the University of Guelph... College Royal! Enjoy!
Hello Parents and Families, Read more »
We had our first snowfall overnight and this morning! Although there’s not much, it finally feels like the end of the semester. Nothing like the biting cold to wake us up and let us know that exams are right around the corner! Read more »
Happy Remembrance Day! Today I'm writing about an upcoming craft and artisan show! Fair November is one of my favourite events on campus throughout the year. It means that the Winter Holiday is fast approaching and that the comforts of home are just around the corner! I could spend hours exploring all of the different vendors. Read more »
Is your student missing extra curricular activities? Do they want to get more involved on campus but they’re not sure how? Refer them to the University of Guelph’s Peer Helper Program! The Peer Helper program at the University of Guelph is one of the largest in Canada with over 200 peers. Read more »
I hope that you all enjoyed the beautiful weather this weekend and had tummies full of turkey and pumpkin pie!
Today I’m going to write about the topic of homesickness. It’s something that has plagued all of us at one point or another and can be especially difficult for first year students who are away from home for the first time. Read more »
The author of this blog is Melanie Harding, a University of Guelph student and the current Parents and Families Facilitator with the Centre for New Students. Read more »
The Centre for New Students (CNS) will be participating in several events throughout the summer that will facilitate relationship building with the parents and families of incoming new students to the University. This is an exciting time for students and families and we look forward to getting to know and assisting you with this transition as you learn more about our community! Read more »