Update on Coronavirus
Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that originate in animals but are known to cause respiratory illness in humans, particularly during the fall and winter months. Other novel coronaviruses have included Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV).
In January, 2020, a novel (new) coronavirus (2019-nCoV) was identified as the cause of an outbreak of pneumonia originating in Wuhan. The latest statistics for Ontario are available at: ontario.ca/coronavirus.
About Laurentian University
One of Canada's Top Undergraduate Universities
Small class sizes ensure you're treated as an individual and supported through your education.
Graduates earn Ontario's second highest average income.
For eight years, we've led the province in graduate employment rates.
Good News Stories
There is so much good happening in our community and it's important in these trying times that we highlight these exceptional actions. We have seen faculty members going above and beyond for students, we have researchers creating new ways to combat COVID-19, and we have staff and students dropping off food for those in residence. We know there are more stories out there and we encourage you to share your stories with us so that we can share them with everyone.
It's all here.
More students are choosing Laurentian and we are excited to let you know why. We have award winning programs, a multi-cultural learning atmosphere, and a breath-taking campus. We have a proven track record in preparing graduates for a bright and rewarding future.
Laurentian University Strategic Plan 2018-2023
#Imagine2023 is about demonstrating the shared values and strengths that make us who we are. They are impressive on their own, but taken together, they tell a powerful story about who we are and all we have to offer.
Our plan is a reflection of our students, faculty, and staff, their work, and the positive impact Laurentian will continue to make in the world. Together, we will shape the future.