Make room on your bookshelf before those Boxing Day sales by consigning your pre-loved literature. Have you been reading up on different languages? Why not look into studying abroad at an info session on Wednesday. Also, don’t miss the opportunity to see five thought-provoking and award-winning short films commemorating missing & murdered Indigenous women with an opportunity for discussion following the showing of the films.

  1. Fall 2016 Final Exam Period — The Fall 2016 final exam period runs from December 5  to 13, 2016 (includes Saturday, December 10). For dates and locations of exams, see the final exam schedule.
  1. Twelve Days of De-stress at Cap U Library — Events continue this week! Try out a new relaxation activity each day! The Capilano University Library has created The Twelve Days of De-stress to support students during exam time by providing short, mini-activities and the chance to take a quick break and re-charge. Events run until December 9 
  1. Five Short Films — Commemorating Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women and Young Women Killed at the Polytechnique in Montreal (1989). Hosted by Women’s and Gender Studies Department, 5 films will be shown. Tuesday, December 6  11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. 
  1. CSU Used Book Consignment — The Capilano Student Union’s used book consignment begins December 7 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Stop by and consign your books and get up to 60% of the new book price! December 7 – 14
  1. Program information meeting & open houses — Want to learn more about programs at Cap? Attend one of the many open houses, general info nights and program information meetings offered throughout the year! Upcoming sessions:
  1. Financial Aid Workshops — This free workshop series offered by the Financial Aid and Awards Office is designed to help you understand financial assistance such as loans and awards, and ultimately achieve financial well-being. Upcoming workshop:

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