Notice:

The single highest priority of the Enrichment Mini-Courses Program (EMCP) Committee that includes the University of Ottawa, Carleton University and Collège La Cité is the health and safety of its participants, its internal/external partners, instructors and staff. Due to the, recommended public response to COVID-19 the decision has been made to cancel the 2020 Enrichment Mini-Course Program.

Your school board representatives will be contacting you with further details.

Thank you in advance for your understanding during these exceptional times. Wishing you and your family the best of health and well-being.

Carleton’s Enrichment Mini-Courses Program

The Enrichment Mini-Courses Program (EMCP) is a unique event that allows students from grades 8 to 11 in Eastern Ontario and Secondary II to V in Western Quebec to explore a field of study in a university or college setting. Students acquire the knowledge and skills that will help them achieve academic success and promote their interest in pursuing post-secondary studies.

The Enrichment Mini-Courses Program (EMCP) is a school board initiative offered annually by Carleton University, the University of Ottawa, La Cité and Saint Paul University. The goals of the EMCP program are to:

  • foster the intellectual, social and personal growth of students through the discovery or exploration of a discipline or field of study;
  • encourage students to pursue post-secondary education; and
  • introduce students to the academic programs and resources offered by the region’s post-secondary institutions.

In 2019, Carleton University Offered 45 mini-courses and hosted approximately 1,000 students on campus for the EMCP program.