Residence Move-in Weekend Activities Sept 2-3

Posted on Tuesday August 30, 2016

More than 550 students will be moving into Cambrian College’s Residence on Friday and Saturday, and the College has planned two days of activities to help newcomers feel comfortable in their “home away from home.”

“For many students, this is an important milestone, so it’s exciting and sometimes a bit scary, but we want them to know that help is always nearby,” said Renée Scott, Director of Student Success and Recruitment at Cambrian College. “Our student leaders, staff, and faculty and volunteers are happy to help with the move-in and are ready to answer any and all questions. They will also be serving a BBQ lunch to give students a warm Sudbury welcome,” Scott continued. “We appreciate that these students chose Cambrian, and we want to make sure they get what they need to be successful here.”

The activities include a free Sudbury bus tour, a scavenger hunt to familiarize themselves with the College, an opportunity to serve the community, an outdoor movie night, dinner, and a stand-up comedy show. The full schedule of activities is available online at

All students moving into Residence are strongly encouraged to take advantage of these activities and they are required to attend one meeting on Saturday afternoon. Cambrian students who live off-campus are also invited to enjoy the activities.

Members of the media are invited to capture the experience of students and their parents/guardians on Friday, September 2 or Saturday, September 3 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please make arrangements in advance with the contacts listed below.

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Media contacts:

Friday, Sept. 2
Lynn Bulloch
Communications Officer
705-566-8101, ext. 6375

Saturday, Sept. 3
Gloria Staskus
Communications Manager
705-566-8101, ext. 7760
705-929-1223 (mobile)

Soccer players encouraged to try out for Golden Shield

Posted on Wednesday August 24, 2016

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