In case you haven’t already figured it out, textbooks are expensive! This is especially the case for courses that require you to have one textbook for just 4 months (basically all of them)! Therefore, Concordia has a great service where you can rent all of the books required for major courses for up to a 3-hour time span. Check it out at the Library’s Webster Room (LB 2). All you need is your student ID card! Sign into the course reserves website using your MyConcordia netname and password to see if your courses’ textbooks are available.
An initiative begun by the John Molson Academic Committee, JMSB now rents out calculators free of charge. All it takes to rent a calculator or i-clicker for the whole semester is your student ID, a signed contract, and a cash deposit that you will get back when you return it. Drop by MB 4.106 to rent one of the following:
Forgot your phone charger at home? Stuck at school until your 5:45-8:15pm class ends? No worries, you can rent a charger for your iPhone or Android at NO CHARGE! All it takes is a student card for every rental.
The CASAJMSB computer lab is located on floor S1 (just under the lobby) and is home to over 20 computers. This computer lab is reserved for students and offers a convenient way to browse the Internet, print at a reasonable cost ($0.05/side for standard black and white, $0.30/side for colour printing), and bind projects and documentation for your classes.
All computers run on Windows and the majority of the computers have access to the Microsoft suite programs, such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint. If you ever need any help with anything, there is a lab monitor who can assist you at all times.
Print Assist – Our trained monitors will help you print out your documents using PowerPoint, Excel, etc.
We are now using Papercut! Please see a Lab monitor to register and load money on to your account. We accept loonies, toonies and up!
REQUEST: Send software requests to firstname.lastname@example.org
The CASA Conference Program (CCP) is an initiative brought forward by the Commerce and Administration Students’ Association (CASA-JMSB) aimed at enhancing students’ undergraduate experience beyond the classroom. The program provides students with the opportunity to attend various conferences focused on their fields of study or personal interests by covering their delegate fee. We believe that students can develop passions and enhance their learning abilities by getting to hear directly from panels of industry professionals, engaging in stimulating workshops, and growing their personal and business networks.
Students can apply using the application form found below. Please note there is one application in the fall semester and one in the winter semester.
1. Write a document describing the initiative or project. The initiative must:
2. You must provide the amount of funding you are requesting and a detailed budget (including revenues and expenses).
This is a breakdown of how you will be spending the money requested and will provide proof that you have exhausted all other sources of funding.
2. You must prepare a slide show presentation of your project, no longer than 10 minutes.
That’s it, make sure you grab your business partner(s) and prepare these documents, applications will be closing on November 1st, 2020.
Apply by filling out the Google form below: