TELEPHONE DONATIONS: Please call our office at 1 (514) 935-9585.
FAX DONATIONS: Please fax your donation to 1 (514) 316-7406.
MAIL-IN DONATIONS: Please print and complete this form, and send to:
Thomas More Institute 3405 Atwater Avenue Montréal, QC H3H 1Y2
**N.B. All cheques should be made payable to “The Thomas More Institute”**
LEGACY, BEQUESTS, AND SECURITIES DONATIONS: Please contact our Executive Director, Dina Souleiman, at email@example.com for more details.
As a non-profit organization, TMI fosters and encourages lifelong education by creating and providing accessible university-level courses for adults of all ages. We practice a unique learning method that promotes discovery, freedom of expression, and intellectual growth within a collaborative space. The Institute aspires to provide a unique and vital place where ideas are exchanged, questions are pursued, and individuals are transformed as part of a supportive learning community. Your gifts help us to continue in our journey to privilege curiosity-driven learning in the Liberal Arts!
Nous remercions nos généreux donateurs pour leur soutien constant!
Chaque don est un geste concret de soutien favorisant une meilleure écoute, plus de dialogue et un développement de la curiosité!
LES DONS PAR TÉLÉPHONE : SVP appelez notre bureau au numéro 1 (514) 935-9585.
LES DONS PAR FAX : SVP faxez votre don au numéro 1 (514) 316-7406.
LES DONS PAR LA POSTE : SVP imprimez et remplissez ce formulaire et envoyez-le à cette adresse :
L’Institut Thomas More 3405 Avenue Atwater Montréal, QC H3H 1Y2
**N.B. Tous les chèques doivent être payables à l’ordre de « L’Institut Thomas More » **
LES LEGS D’HERITAGE ET DONS DE TITRES : Veuillez contacter notre directrice générale, Dina Souleiman (firstname.lastname@example.org), pour plus de détails.
L’ITM est une organisation à but non lucratif qui favorise et encourage l’éducation tout au long de la vie en créant et en fournissant des cours de niveau universitaire accessibles aux adultes de tous âges. Nous pratiquons une méthode d’apprentissage unique qui favorise la découverte, la liberté d’expression et la croissance intellectuelle dans un espace de collaboration. L’Institut aspire à fournir un lieu unique et vital pour les échanges d’idées, l’approfondissement des questions et la transformation des individus dans une communauté d’apprentissage coopératif. Vos dons nous aident à poursuivre notre voyage pour privilégier l’apprentissage par l’exercice de la curiosité dans le domaine des arts libéraux !
Frequently Asked Questions
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In order to prioritize the safety of our community, we cancelled the final two weeks of the Winter Term and cancelled the Spring 2020 Term. Throughout the summer we offered online pilot projects to assess how remote learning could work for our community. The Autumn 2020 Term will be held on Zoom, beginning 21 September. Read our COVID-19 updates at this link.
The Autumn 2020 Term will begin on 21 September. Courses will take place on Zoom. Currently select courses in the Winter Term are scheduled to be given on Zoom. However, TMI management is monitoring the situation with COVID-19 and will follow all government directives with regard to the pandemic.
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Participants are responsible for acquiring their own copies of the course books. Copies of all course books are available at the Dawson College Bookstore (3040 Sherbrooke Street West, Westmount, QC, H3Z 1A4). When you arrive, you will have to fill out a COVID questionnaire and join a socially distanced lineup in the Metro-level Atrium on the de Maisonneuve side of the building. Bring the list of books, say that they are for a Thomas More Institute course, and a staffer will retrieve the books from inside the bookstore. Payment is by cash, debit, or credit card. We have arranged for a window, on Monday, 21 September, between 5:30 and 7:00 p.m., where student traffic will be at its lowest so that TMIers may wait in a short line.
You can also order your books from Argo Bookshop or your local bookstore.
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Additional mandatory readings will be available online and in person. To read them online, open the link to Dropbox in your key information email that you received after registering for a course. To pick them up from our offices, stop by our Atwater location during our operating hours (10 – 5, Monday – Friday). We will make them available in three week batches both online and in person.
Weeks 1 to 3 will be ready as of 14 September (week 0).
Weeks 4 to 6 will be ready as of 28 September (week 2).
Weeks 7 to 9 will be ready as of 19 October (week 5).
Weeks 10 to 12 will be ready as of 9 November (week 8).
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For more information on the B.A. degree and Comprehensive Certificate programmes, click here
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The Thomas More Institute is a volunteer-based organization, which is always looking for volunteers to help in any way, including academic work, administrative work, and committee work. If you are interested in volunteering, please email us at email@example.com with your CV and a cover letter.
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