Chemical Engineering First Year Orientation

| June 13, 2016

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Each year, our departments within the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science hold orientation evenings to provide first year students with the opportunity to learn more about the academic plans offered and to meet faculty and students who can answer questions and provide guidance in choosing their plan for next year. This year's sessions begin on January 17, 2017 and run through February 1, 2017 as listed in the following schedule.

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