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Publications

2017 Viewbook

 2017-18 Viewbook

The Viewbook is a useful recruitment and information booklet that covers every aspect of college life, from academic to financial to social.
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2017 International Viewbook

 2017-18 International Viewbook

The International Viewbook is a useful recruitment and information booklet that covers every aspect of college life, from academic to financial to social.
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2017 Program Calendar

2017-18 Program Calendar

The Program Calendar contains complete program and course descriptions information for the 2017-18 academic year. 
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2016-17 Program Calendar

The Program Calendar contains complete program and course descriptions information for the 2016-17 academic year. 
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Indigenous Education Brochure

The Indigenous Education Brochure contains information about Aboriginal Services and activities at Assiniboine Community College..
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2015-16 Annual Report

2015-16 Annual Report

This publication provides an annual report of the college's financial statements and position for the 2014-15 year.
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2015-16 Academic Report

2015-16 Academic Report

The Academic Report provides an overview of all college programs, partnerships, student successes and enrolment. The current edition covers the year 2015-16 and the report is updated annually in December.
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2016-17 Accessibility Plan

2016-17 Accessibility Plan

The 2016-17 Accessibility Plan for Assiniboine Community College.

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2015 Economic Impact Study

2015 Economic Impact Study

A 2015 study on the college's economic impact shows a contribution of more than $613 million every year to Manitoba’s economy.

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Indigenization Strategy

Indigenization Strategy

Indigenous learners and communities are an important consideration in senior-level decision making and organizational planning. 

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