Canadian universities have a game plan for wooing top athletes
Improved availability of athletic scholarships and new revenue generation are among plans to attract athlete students by U Sports, Canadian universities' athletic body.READ MORE ❯
Universities at Confederation would be unrecognizable to us
In 1867, they were mainly religious institutions for sons of well-to-do families.READ MORE ❯
Lack of faculty diversity can affect studies and career aspirations
When universities hire diverse faculty members, they can simultaneously create more opportunities for students.READ MORE ❯
Off-campus housing tips for students
For those who don’t live in residence, off-campus housing services can help with accommodation geared toward the needs of students.READ MORE ❯
Students: Maybe you don’t have to choose your discipline
Interdisciplinary studies offer enriched learning by combining different areas of study.READ MORE ❯
Indigenous ideals at university
Can universities meet their commitments to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s calls to action?READ MORE ❯
With a fifth of Canadian postsecondary students reporting depression, anxiety or other mental-health issues and 13 per cent seriously contemplating suicide, how are universities across the country coping with the increased need for counselling services?
Participating outside the classroom can help students develop valuable skills that can benefit them in their future careers
Canadian University Report magazine editor Steve Tustin explains what you can find in this year’s issue
Students and staff offer their thoughts on what you need ... and what you don’t
Pulling all-nighters has long been a way of life for students. But lack of sleep can hinder the ability to attain and retain information.
While Canada is often seen as a safe haven with high-quality schools, stepped-up university recruiting abroad has also helped to increase foreign-student attendance
Eight students across Canada offer their candid stories.
Those on campus who feel universities’ official policies don’t do enough are taking action to ensure current and incoming students have alternative options to report on-campus violence
We profiled more than 70 of Canada's universities to help secondary students decide which school is the best fit.
University staff give prospective students tips on what to keep in mind.
Universities have many services available for students who are struggling, including some that have early-alert systems for flagging students who need help before it is too late
Universities have a role to play in educating students how to have robust, but respectful, clashes of ideas.