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CHRISTIAN CORNO ELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE ASSOCIATION DES COLLÈGES PRIVÉS DU QUÉBEC

Sherbrooke, September 26, 2018 - L’Association des collèges privés du Québec (ACPQ) is proud to announce the election of Christian Corno, Director General of Marianopolis College, as President of the ACPQ for a two-year term. He succeeds Michel April, who successfully completed four years at the helm of the Association. During their Annual General Meeting at Séminaire de Sherbrooke on September 24 and 25, ACPQ members expressed gratitude for the commitment Mr. April showed during his mandates.

The ACPQ General Council is now composed of:

President: Christian Corno, Director General of Marianopolis College

1st Vice-President: Luc Pellerin, Director General of Collège Laflèche

2nd Vice-President: Patrick Caron, Director General of Collège André-Grasset

Directors: Monique Bergeron, Director General of Institut Teccart; Jean-Bertin Gingras, Director General of Collège O’Sullivan de Québec; Yves Petit, General Director Director General of École de musique Vincent-d’Indy; Luc Thifault, Director General of Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf; and Robert Poulin, external member and retired Ministry of Education and Higher Education official.

The General Council also includes: Marie-France Tassé, Academic Dean at LaSalle College, as President of the Commission des directions des études; Lucian Popa, Director of Financial Services at LaSalle College, President of the Commission des directions des services financiers; and Alain Turcotte, Director of Student services and Community Life at Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf, President of la Commission des Services aux étudiants. ACPQ Director General Patrick Bérubé is also a member of the General Council.

About the ACPQ

The Association represents 21 accredited private colleges in Montreal, Quebec City, Estrie, Mauricie and Outaouais, offering pre-university and technical programs and services to a diverse student clientele. Rooted in a tradition of excellence, these private colleges welcomed some 17,000 students in their programs in the 2017-2018 academic year, leading to a Diploma of College Studies or an Attestation of Collegial Studies. At the heart of the Association’s actions is the success of every student in the private colleges’ network.

For information: Manon Bouchard, acpq@acpq.net

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