Updated: Mar 5, 2019

Welcome back NC Knights!

YourNCSAC hopes you had a relaxing and rejuvenating reading week and of course time to catch up on your studies! Now that you're back, we have a week full of exciting things, just for you! So, here’s your #Need2Know items for the week March 4-8!

NCSAC events and important information:

Monday, March 4:

- To start the week off strong election campaigns start TODAY! To check out who’s running for President and Program Director roles, click here:

** Remember, voting will open on Monday, March 11 at 12 a.m. and will conclude on Thursday, March 14 at 4 p.m. You will receive a voting link to your NC email address, so simply open the email, click the link and cast your votes! **

- Tonight, you can also sing and dance your heart out at Music Trivia Night in the Armoury at NOTL campus from 7-9:30 p.m.

Tuesday, March 5:

- Have you binged watched Queer Eye on Netflix? Good thing, because you’re not going to want to miss out on a night with Antoni Porowski in the Core at the Welland Campus! Starting at 8 p.m. Antoni will take us on his personal journey to stardom as a celebrity chef and host! Admission for students is only $5 and $15 for guests! To purchase tickets, click here:

- Rise & Shine Breakfast 8-9 a.m.

- Re:Tour comes to Niagara College NOTL Campus. A day of sharing, listening and seeing first-hand how our mental health challenges are far more normal than we think. This event will be put on by Real Campus and collaborate with NCSAC. Featured are Interactive Pop-up and a Human Library activities. For more information on how to get involved visit:

Thursday, March 7:

- Rise & Shine with us for free breakfast in the Core and Armoury from 8-9 a.m.

Friday, March 8: International Women's Day!


- Educator of the Year!As this school year begins to come to a close, it is time to shine a giant light on the instructors that go above and beyond day in and day out. The ones who's lessons you'll remember for years to come! Your NCSAC wants to award one Part-Time and one Full-Time Instructor for the Educator of the Year Award! Nominate yours today! To nominate or for more information click here:

Niagara College important events and information:

Monday, March 4:

- Start your week off productive by getting your tax receipts in order! Tuition tax receipts are now available. To access your T2202A, log in to your MyNC Portal and click on MyFinancials.

Wednesday, March 6:

- Mini Career Fair at NOTL Campus from 10 a.m.- 12 p.m. Career Services is hosting mini Career Fairs for the employers and students who couldn't attend on February 6th. Each day, up to 12 employers will attend in the Student Commons to interact and recruit students for a variety of positions. Part time, seasonal, full time and co-op, so be ready! Don't let this opportunity go to waste! Bring printed copies of your resume, dress professional and practice your elevator pitch!

- Etiquette Dinner: Have you ever wondered what all those forks are for? Where to put your napkin? How to eat salad without looking weird and how to eat soup without making sounds? Do you have a lunch interview or a business dinner coming up? We've got you covered! Join us for another Etiquette Dinner at Benchmark Restaurant from 5- 8 p.m. Please dress in professional attire. Please arrive no later than 5:15pm, as being on time is the first lesson in etiquette!Tickets are $10 per student. This event is open to current Niagara College students ONLY! No guests permitted. To sign up click here:

Thursday, March 7:

- If you can’t make the Mini Career Fair Wednesday you’re in luck, NOTL campus will be holding two this week! Be sure to check it out in the Student Commons from 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

- From Mar. 6 to 9, our NC Knights will be competing for gold in the CCAA - ACSC Women's Volleyball National Championship! The top eight collegiate women's volleyball teams will compete at our NC Welland Campus for the title of National Champion. Click here to learn more and how you can attend:

Fun Fact: Niagara College has become the first college in Canada to be designated as a member of the DCU Age-Friendly University Global Network! Click here to learn more and read about AFU's ten principles and initiatives:

Okay, that’s all for this week folks! We Hope you have a great week back!

- Shianne Stephens, Student Marketing Coordinator

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