Our vision for the future is as a university focused on the needs of the north and the communities we serve – and for Laurentian to be a nimble space for critical thinking and innovation, where students can reach their full potential, and faculty can push the boundaries of knowledge.
Our commitment to a successful path forward includes a restructured financial, operational and academic footprint and a refreshed ability to serve students for years to come.
Stay connected with us as we forge our path into the future
Our unique position as a bilingual university in a tricultural environment is something to be cherished – and preserved.
With an academic restructuring and an ability to provide access to a high-quality post-secondary education to a diverse student body, Laurentian is positioned to be a key contributor to the brain gain for the North for years to come.
During this transformation every decision we make is guided by the best interests of our students, faculty and staff.
Check back here for updates on our progress and success
"Our vision is of a university focused on the needs of the north and the communities we serve – and for Laurentian to be a nimble space for critical thinking and innovation, where students can reach their full potential, and faculty can push the boundaries of knowledge.
Laurentian University has long been one of the jewels of our region. Together, we have an opportunity to make it shine again. Let’s focus on what unites us as a community that cares about giving students an enriching education in a setting that will set them up for success in their lives and careers."
Making a difference today
- Small class sizes ensure you're treated as an individual and supported through your education.
- Graduates earn Ontario's second highest average income.
- For more than a decade, we've led the province in graduate employment rates.
Shaping the future
Together, we continue to shape the future of Laurentian, and the world. Celebrate some of our recent shared success stories and achievements.
- United Nations Restoration Trail
- Operational & Governance Review Commences
- National Day of Truth and Reconciliation
- Ontario awards $1.25 Million in funding to three LU projects
Do you have questions about what our transformation and renewal mean for you?
Share your thoughts
Transitions can be difficult, even when they lead to a better tomorrow. We want to understand any concerns you may have and hear about what excites you about the future of Laurentian. Tell us what’s on your mind – we'll use this feedback to inform our communications and connection with the community.