Welcome

Welcome to the Concordia Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science (ENCS). Congratulations on making the first step towards being part of the next generation of bright Engineers and Computer Scientists from this great school.

The Engineering and Computer Science Association (ECA) would like to extend a warm welcome to you and invite you to be a part of our 2018 Frosh.

Frosh stands for “Freshman Orientation”. It is a week full of activities and events hosted by the Engineering and Computer Science Association for new students, in order to ease their transition into University Life. This week will most probably be the most memorable week of the upcoming year, don’t miss out!

The ECA is proud to present Jurassic Frosh! Our organizers have spent the last couple of months working on this great week of events. We did our part, it's time for you to have the time of your lives! Stay tuned on our Facebook Page and the Jurassic Frosh Facebook Event for more details! If you have any questions, send an email to frosh@ecaconcordia.ca.

Sponsors

Engineering and Computer Science Frosh Sponsors

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Schedule

The 2018 Concordia Engineering and Computer Science Frosh will take place from Thursday, August 30th to Saturday, September 8th, 2018

The full schedule of events will be available soon!

Frosh Events

The Hunt

The Hunt

Sat, 01 Sep 2018 12:30 PM

Hall Building (Concordia University), Boulevard de Maisonneuve Ouest, Montreal, QC, Canada

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Dusted

D U S T E D

Sat, 08 Sep 2018 05:30 PM

Engineering and Computer Science Association (ECA) Concordia, Montreal, QC H3G 1M8, Canada

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I get tickets?

Tickets are on sale for Froshees now! Make sure to check your email for the link! We will start selling bundle tickets to the general public starting Sunday, July 22nd at midnight!

What is Frosh?

Frosh is a week of engaging activities that take place towards the end of August and the first week of September. Frosh week activities include social gatherings that allow students to mingle, parties around the beautiful city of Montreal and fun challenges to put those young engineering minds to the test. Trust us, this is a week that you do not want to miss!

Why is it important to attend Frosh?

By participating in Frosh, students will have the ability to discover the campus, the city and all the necessary whereabouts for any foreign or local Engineering student to survive. Starting with a BBQ in the heart of Concordia, Loyola Campus and journeying on a week of endless mingling, fun and friendship, there is no better way to start your academic career than Frosh.

How do I register?

To register for frosh, simply purchase your frosh bundle ticket and attend the orientation day activities!

Where do I pick up my event/bundle bracelets?

The event bracelets can be picked up at the Concordia University Hall Building starting on August 20th. They can be picked up at the ECA office (H-838) open weekdays from 10 to 4PM.

Where to I pick up frosh swag?

The Frosh Swag can be picked up the first day at the Orientation BBQ. Registration for that event will begin at 10AM at the Loyola Campus of Concordia University.

Do I need ID at Frosh?

A Concordia University ID is not necessary however, a government ID is especially for events that are 18+. Please read all disclaimers when purchasing your tickets.

Will food be provided at Frosh?

Food is provided for some of the events. It is important to read carefully all the event descriptions so you can plan ahead.

Do I need to drink at Frosh?

It is by no means necessary to drink at Frosh. The events are fun regardless of alcohol consumption.

If I drink, how can I be sure that I will be safe?

While it is mandatory to drink responsibly. It is important to stress that the Frosh Leaders, Coordinators and Organizers go through a harm reduction training, this enhances their skills when it comes to dealing with unfavourable situations that may arise due to alcohol consumption.

I have mobility/accessibility limitations? How will that affect my frosh?

Both of Concordia’s Loyola and SGW campus are known to be extremely accessible to students with limitations which is why access and mobility should not be a problem. Both campuses are equipped with ramps and fully functioning elevators. Our Frosh Leaders and volunteers are trained.

I have a question that is not in the FAQs?

Please send any questions that you might have regarding Frosh to frosh@ecaconcordia.ca. They will be in answered in the briefest delay.