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Laurentian University (Université Laurentienne), founded in 1960, is a mid-sized university in Greater Sudbury and serves over 8,000 students. It is one of two bilingual universities in the province of Ontario and as Canada’s only university with a tricultural mandate, Laurentian University offers an outstanding higher education and research experience in English and French, with a comprehensive approach to Indigenous education. Laurentian University prepares the next generation of leaders who bring innovative solutions to local and global issues.
Laurentian University is the largest bilingual provider of distance education in Canada. The Centre for Continuing Learning (CCL), (formerly the Centre for Continuing Education), was founded to accommodate students wishing to study on a part-time basis. Since its inception, the distance program has grown from one course to an inventory of over 380 courses offered in a variety of delivery modes. CCL now offers 26 university degree program and certificate options in an online format along with many micro-credential professional development opportunities. These offerings provide the flexibility to complete a full program of study or complement on-campus study. By enrolling online a student can get ahead, keep up, or catch up with their studies, all on their own schedule.
- Online degree programs and courses, including micro-credentials
- College to online degree pathways
- Admission opportunities three times a year for credit offerings and monthly admission opportunities for our non-credit professional development offerings
- Courses are created by faculty members and national research experts, undergo rigorous peer review processes, and hold the same learning outcomes as on-campus courses.
Laurentian University Accessibility Services
Laurentian offers many services to students with disabilities, which include learning strategies, assistive technology, and the coordination of accommodations.
Laurentian University Students’ General Association
Providing representation for students by students, as well as to providing services, cultural enhancement and entertainment to the general student body at Laurentian University.