Update For Thursday, April 16, 2015
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Changes to AU1 In Person Lecture Schedule
The AU1 lecture taking place on April 22nd at UBC Robson Square has been cancelled.
The lectures taking place on the following dates will subsequently be extended by one hour and will run from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm:
- Wednesday, April 29 and
- Wednesday, May 6.
Please see the following link for an updated schedule:
UBC In Person Lectures Schedule.
2014/2015 Session 3 Public Speaking
For students enrolled in Public Speaking in Session 3, the room locations are as follows:
|20 & 21
||10am - 4pm
Classes will run April 11, 12, 18 and 19. Students may want to bring their own lunch as food services are limited on weekends at UBC. Please note that you must attend all classes, and that the completion of this Public Speaking course will result in a mark of COM (completed) being recorded on your student transcript.
Please see the following map for the classroom locations on campus:
SWNG: West Mall Swing Space – 2175 West Mall
Helpful Links for Those Students Who Are Looking
to Improve Their Business Writing Skills
Language Enhancement Services and Resources [PDF - 51KB]
Recent Course Assignment Violations
All CGA students are required to act in compliance with the National Academic Integrity Policy and thus must also be aware of what constitutes a violation and its consequences.
Here are some examples of recent course assignment violations to raise your awareness and aid in your understanding of this important policy.
The economy may have slowed but demand for CGA members and students are still strong. For proof, see the Hot Jobs page updated weekly. If you haven’t already signed up to CGAjobs.org, do so. And don’t forget to post your resumé to the site.
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