Please enter the enrolment key "academic" when prompted.

This page is used by the Chemistry/Biochemistry Society to communicate course tutor lists and share Chemistry/Biochemistry departmental documents.

Tests within this course are used to determine placement in French courses. This course is set up to accept 'self enrolments.'  Please do the following to access this assessment:

  • Click on the course name "French Placement Assessment;"
  • Enter your Mount Allison username and password when prompted;
  • Then click on the 'Enrol me' button.

Mark Lee (Head- French Department) - mlee@mta.ca

This course emphasizes the ecophysiology of microorganisms and their key roles in biogeochemical cycles. We will cover the key functional microbial groups which mediate major steps in the biogeochemical cycles, their ecological requirements and the limiting factors on their growth and activity. This will lead to discussion of the roles of microorganisms in current issues in biology and environmental science, including bio-remediation, biological control, climate change, antibiotic resistance, food processing and (re)emerging pathogens. Class meets Tues 13-17:20 (Flemington 103) and Thurs 16:00-17:20 (Flemington 024). We will use these meetings flexibly for lectures, laboratory work, student seminars and computational tutorials, by advance arrangement between the class and instructor.
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Tests within this course are used to determine placement in German courses. This course is set up to accept 'self enrolments.'  Please do the following to access this assessment:

  • Click on the course name "German Placement Assessment;"
  • Enter your Mount Allison username and password when prompted;
  • Then click on the 'Enrol me' button.


The world’s largest student-led global health and sustainable infrastructure development organisation. Last year, 85 Mount Allison volunteers and 8 professionals traveled to Honduras during reading week to deliver much needed medical services, and assist in capacity building within the communities to improve sanitation and quality of life. Our mission here at Mount Allison has benefited not only those we serve, but students who travel and work with us. 

Advanced instructional design course.

Instructor: Doug Holton <doug.holton@usu.edu>

The Math Assessment Test evaluates your background mathematics skills so that the Math Department can judge your readiness to take first year math courses. There are sample tests available here which can be taken at any time.

This course is set up to accept 'self enrolments.'  Please do the following to access this assessment:

  • Click on the course name "Math Assessment Test MAT;"
  • Enter your Mount Allison username and password when prompted
  • Then click on the 'Enrol me' button

This moodle page is for the general use by student registered at the Meighen Centre.

Happy New Year! Please join in and start a discussion in a variety of topics including stress, academics, relationships and much more. Get real advice and guidance from your peers completely anonymously!

We are live on January 23, 2017! Please join us then!

sight singing and keyboard profiency/continuo

This is a site for administrative information for the Music Department Faculty. Contents include archived Minutes, Agendas, and Committee Reports from current and past years; handbooks, guidelines and policies; faculty and student contact lists.

Peer Tutor List

Online training modules for residence staff & executives during the summer months.

Tests within this course are used to determine placement in Spanish courses. This course is set up to accept 'self enrolments.'  Please do the following to access this assessment:

  • Click on the course name "Spanish Placement Assessment;"
  • Enter your Mount Allison username and password when prompted;
  • Then click on the 'Enrol me' button.

The Student Success Course (SSC) is designed to help build the reading, research, writing, study, and critical thinking skills that will help you succeed in your university career. First year students who have earned a GPA of less than 1.0 during the Fall term are required to attend weekly classes, designed to help hone these core academic skills. First year students with a Fall GPA falling between 1.0 and 1.5 are strongly recommended to attend this course.

Any students interested in building stronger core academic skills are encouraged to attend.