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Help [05 Jun 2011|12:18am]

ext_644433
Hello friends..

i am new to it ...Please can any one tell me  how to get personal identification number( pin) i have my centennial id  with me.
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workplace wellness and health promotion [12 Mar 2009|11:37pm]
bananapancaakes
hi,

is anyone in the program "workplace wellness and health promotion?"
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SPC card for centennial students [03 Sep 2008|04:10pm]

matt358
[ mood | cheerful ]

Just a heads up for other centennial students:  you can get an SPC card (student price card) for discounts off clothes and food at a bunch of places like Bluenotes, Foot Locker, Pizza Pizza, etc.

It's a pretty good deal cause it's $8.50 and you get a free $10 gift card for Esprit, Guess, Jean Machine or Best Buy.  You can get it online at www.spccard.ca, they also have a list of all the stores you can get discounts at.

For those that already have the card, share some of the deals you've gotten!

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[21 Jul 2008|09:59am]

nzjules
Hey everyone.

To pick up your student ID you need to have photo ID aside from a health card. Unfortunately I don't have a passport or a driver's license. What else would I be able to use for this?

Thanks!
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Hi Guys. [20 Jun 2008|06:38am]

luvyabish
Hey everyone, I accepted the offer to Centennial. Going to be taking Creative Advertising... has anyone here taken this program? If so, how was it?

Has anyone gone to the Creative Communications campus? (Don't know the full name, lol!) If so, how is it? I live in Richmond Hill, and it's sooo far. I hope this program is worth all the commuting.
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hey there. [02 Mar 2008|11:46pm]

mellyrules
I'm in the process of applying for schools. Well, in all honesty, I've been accepted for a few and I'm just trying to figure out what school to go to. I've applied and been accepted to the journalism program at centennial. With that being said, I have a few questions:

did you guys find the program informative and interesting maybe even inspiring?

whats the success rate of graduated students finding jobs?

whats the school like, is the environment pleasing?

i dont know, that sort of thing. I am just so indecisive and i need some help, thankyou in advance guys.
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2 Questions [27 Jul 2007|08:33am]

millionbubbles
[ mood | curious ]

Hi, me again... *cough*

Anyways, I know Centennial has a gym, but is it free for students, or do you have to pay a fee to use it?

Also, do students get health benefits? I know at some Uni's they do, but I was curious if Cenntenial students do, otherwise I'll probably just get them from my work...just wondering.

Thanks.

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HELP [10 Jul 2007|02:27pm]

millionbubbles
[ mood | stressed ]

Ok I need some serious help...I am so confused right now and stressing out. I called Centennial today because on Friday I got some letter saying I needed to pay my fees/tution by July 11th (thanks for all the notice Centennial). So I still haven't gotten my OSAP money yet, and I'm freaking out.

I went online and I see there are options for payment. One of them is the Installment Plan which states:
Selecting an Installment Plan option will result in a request for a fixed amount, partially non-refundable payment of:
Outstanding balance must be paid by the first day of classes. $320.00
An additional administration charge will also be levied for selecting this payment option: 30.00 $ 350.00


Then there is also the Financial Aid Fee Deferral Plan
Selecting the Financial Aid option will result in a payment request for the following non-refundable Tuition deposit: $ 100.00
An additional administration charge will also be levied for selecting this payment option: $130.00


BUT, when I click on the Financial Fee Deferral Plan it won't let me select it because it says I am ineligable because OSAP hasn't figured out my loan stuff yet. So I can't do it.

What I want to know is, if I pay the $350 installment plan, is that telling Centennial I can pay my student loans myself, or what? I'm sorry I am being confusing, I am just stressed out, this is due tomorrow. Basically I want to know when I will get OSAP, and if by choosing the installment option I am not agreeing that I can pay the tution all my own in installments. I NEED OSAP, I just have no idea when they plan to give it to me.

If anyone has any thoughts, or suggestions please let me know. I'm really confused and stresed right now. Thanks.

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[28 Mar 2007|10:28am]

fakedheartbeat
Can anybody tell me if Centennial usually has a fall reading week? For some reason the school website is completely unhelpful on that front.

TIA
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Hi! [18 Dec 2006|09:29am]

caliza
[ mood | tired ]

Hello,

I'm new 'round here, looking into Colleges. I want to apply for Paramedics and am shopping around. Anyone here in the Paramedic program? Anyone want to try to sell me on Centenial in general?

-Cat

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how long? [02 Oct 2006|08:48pm]

directionlost
Hello everyone! I'm considering comming to centennial next year, but i was hopng to live in the downtown area. Does anyone here live downtown? How long does it take you to get to school? Anyone who can help i'd really appreciate it. Thanks.
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new timetables [22 Aug 2006|02:50pm]

short_fingers
Does anyone else dislike the new "layout," if you will, of the timetables this year?

BLEHHHH...
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Question about OSAP [30 Jul 2006|11:38pm]

brassfire
I'm hoping to attend Centennial this fall. However, I can't seem to find out if the weekly maximum that OSAP states on it's website, includes tuition (and therefore the total amount of loan is the weekly amount x the weeks in the program) or if tuition then makes the maximum loan higher than just the weekly maximum x the weeks in the term...

Does OSAP calculate a weekly maximum of *all* costs for the loan, or does it calculate a certain amount for tuition and then in addition to that provide a weekly amount for the other expenses and then that whole amount of both is the total loan?

Also, considering TO rents, how much does OSAP think is reasonable for rent?

Thanks a lot.

EDIT: Found out. The maximum is the maximum including all costs. I wish it was possible to see the logic behind it but this being government of course that information isn't on the site...
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tuition - part II [05 Jul 2006|09:00pm]

short_fingers
[ mood | blank ]

alright so it finally started working for me today but I came across this message


CONVENIENT WAYS TO PAY YOUR FEES
NOTE: In order to complete your fee payment online, a credit card is the only acceptable form of payment.
However, fees may also be paid at any Enrolment Services office by Interac, certified cheque (payable to Centennial College), money order, VISA, MasterCard or American Express (Amex). You may also pay through Internet, telephone or in-person banking. Please use your Centennial College Student Number as your account number for banking transactions.



"in-person banking. Please use your Centennial College Student Number as your account number for banking transactions."

I "in-person" payed last year and I have a "Centennial College" listed on my bills list.. this means I can go to my bank and pay?
how do they know what I have to pay?
but what about lockers (this isn't a big deal, but I'd like to have a locker heh)?



Honestly, I'm really confuzzled and $10 says that's it's really, really easy to pay..
tell me what YOU did

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tuition [04 Jul 2006|11:57pm]

short_fingers
[ mood | annoyed ]

So after finally saving enough money (I think) for fall and winter 2006 (second year, journalism), I don't know where I can find out exactly how much tuition will be

I went on the old pipeline and found nothing, I'm on the new "my centennial" and I clicked on both "Fees Option/Payment" and "Registration and Fee payment" links and neither work for me, it keeps telling me that my login window expired even though I'm already logged in.. I blame my computer and/or my Firefox browser.

Would I be able to find out anywhere else? Is anyone going to email me? Will I get something in snailmail form?


There's a week and some left 'till deadline and I really, really want to make it


Please help and thanks in advance!

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Clothing Show this weekend! [03 May 2006|07:51pm]

monzie
Hey Everyone,

If anyone is going to the Clothing show this weekend, come visit us at booth #743, and you can print out our coupon here and save some $$$!

exoh!

Rose & Steph

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health promotion [02 May 2006|08:28pm]

vodka_soda
Does anyone know anything about the workplace wellness and health promotion post-grad program? I've read the website info, but haven't heard of anyone who's actually taken the program.

Also, any general thoughts about the HP campus?
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[14 Mar 2006|10:47pm]

alasin
Anyone care to give me the lowdown on the 1 year graduate program in Publishing?

how does it stack up to other similar (university) programs?

what is the job finding success rate?

where IS it exactly in Toronto relative to bus/subway routes?

(you know, all those useful things the website doesn't tell you)
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LinuxWorld & NetworkWorld Volunteer Opportunity [14 Mar 2006|04:16pm]
issaulguhd_yoh
LinuxWorld and NetworkWorld Canada is seeking student volunteers (Business or IT-inclined) to assist with the upcoming Conference & Expo at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, April 24 - 26, 2006. Volunteers will be able to attend the conference sessions of their choice in return for their time (conference admission rates run between $925 - $1125).

Sponsors include IBM, Novell, Samsung, and HP; this is a great networking opportunity as attendance is almost entirely professional and about 50% senior strata. Students are generally NOT allowed to attend, so the executive-to-student ratio is quite advantageous.

To view conference speakers and session abstracts, or to get more info, please visit www.lwnwexpo.plumcom.ca.

If you're interested, download the application form here: www.lwnwexpo.plumcom.ca/pdfs/voluntapp.pdf

Completed application forms should be faxed to 905-886-9579.

Questions? Email desiree@plumcom.ca or call me at 905-695-0123 x206.

Deadline for application submission: April 1, 2006
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Studen Design Show [03 Nov 2005|05:28pm]

alikona6
I am helping to plan a student industrial design show on November 22. If anyone on this board, or any of your friends have an interest in industrial design then please let them know of this opportunity.

We are seeking students or recent grads who are already have projects, we do not need new projects.

Our website is avenirdesignshow

Please check it out for more info! Your support is greatly appreciated! =)

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