Academic Supports

This year, Fall orientation will look a little bit different, where activities will be offered both in-person and virtually through online events and activities. Fall orientation usually occurs within the first couple of weeks at the College. It is an important time as it marks the beginning of your studies at the College of the North Atlantic, where you will have opportunities to meet your classmates and build new relationships that will last a lifetime. This year, there will be a number of on campus and virtual events and activities that will help you transition into CNA that will introduce you to college support services, faculty and staff, community supports and services, and health and wellness services. In addition, there may be opportunities for virtual recreational activities and events, as well as, events that promote social development with peers. This gives students an opportunity to get acquainted with the facilities, with their instructors, and with each other.

This year we are holding a “Why CNA?” contest, so tell us why you chose CNA and be entered to win a prize!

Visit our Orientation microsite for more.

Orientation activities vary from year to year and from campus to campus, and this year there will be virtual events held provincially and locally at the campus to support students. It is during this period that valuable information for incoming and returning students is exchanged. The College offers a variety of activities designed to assist students with settling in, getting to know each other and having some fun. To help make this time fun and memorable, make sure to follow and post your memories on social media with the hashtag #myCNA

Make the most of the orientation activities – get involved!