Academic Calendar

Fall 2016

September 5Closed - Labour Day
September 6Semester Start Date
September 12Orientation Day, All Programs
September 12-231st On-Campus Two Weeks Session
September 23Tenth Day (last day to withdraw with a refund)
September 23Final day to add or drop courses. No registration beyond this date
October 10Closed - Thanksgiving Day
October 24 - November 42nd On-Campus Two Weeks Session
October 26Last Assignment due for Mid-Term
October 28Mid-term Grades due from Instructors
November 2Mid-term Progress Meeting
November 4Final date to Withdraw without an Academic Penalty
November 11Closed - Remembrance Day
December 16Semester End Date
No Assignments are accepted after 12:00 noon on this date*
No Assignment Extensions granted beyond 12:00 noon
December 19Final Grades due from instructors
December 20Final Progress Meeting

*Students’ assignments are due on the dates provided on the Assignment Due Date List. The College reserves the right to change, add, or delete any date(s) without notice or prejudice.

Winter 2017

January 9Semester Start Date
January 9 to January 201st On-Campus Two Weeks Session
January 20Tenth Day (last day to withdraw with a refund)
January 20Final day to add or drop courses. No registration beyond this date
February 20Closed - Family Day
February 27 - March 102nd On-Campus Two Weeks Session
March 1Last Assignment due for Mid-Term
March 6Mid-term Grades due from Instructors
March 8Mid-term Progress Meeting
March 10Final date to Withdraw without an Academic Penalty
April 13Semester End Date
No Assignments are accepted after 12:00 noon on this date*
No Assignment Extensions granted beyond 12:00 noon
April 14Closed - Good Friday
April 17Closed - Easter Monday
April 18Final Grades due from instructors
April 20Final Progress Meeting

*Students’ assignments are due on the dates provided on the Assignment Due Date List. The College reserves the right to change, add, or delete any date(s) without notice or prejudice.

Information About Programs

All programs offered at the Anishinabek Educational Institute are full-time programs. Our programs are not only designed to reduce the high stress levels which develop when students are away from their family, community, and workplace responsibilities, but are also designed to enable students to retain their jobs while being trained.

Delivery Options

Community Based

Community based delivery programs can either be delivered as on-campus or combination delivery.

Combination Delivery

Students are required to attend intensive two week in-class sessions twice per semester alternating with a five to six week return to their community while still maintaining a full-time program workload.

On-Campus Delivery

Programs are delivered at one of our campuses or at a partnering community. On-campus delivery requires students to participate in-class on a full-time daily basis during each semester.

Learn More

Learn about all of the programs offered by the Anishinabek Educational Institute (AEI) including course descriptions, admission requirements, and employment potential.

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