Concordia University. Centre for Mature Students

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Concordia University. Centre for Mature Students

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1978 - 2007


The Centre for Mature Students (CMS) facilitated the recruitment, registration, retention and graduation of mature students and supported learning opportunities for the non-traditional students within Concordia University. Established in 1978, it was among the five colleges created by Concordia at the Faculty of Arts and Science. In 1987 (effective June 1, 1987), the Centre for Mature Students extends its services to all Faculties of the University and reported to the Vice-Rector, Academic. With the creation of the School of Extended Learning in 2007, the CMS became part of the operations of the School’s Centre for Continuing Education, under the name of Student Transition Centre.


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Created 2017-07-27




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