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Laurentian University (Université Laurentienne), founded in 1960, is a mid-sized bilingual university in Greater Sudbury. While LU's focus is primarily on undergraduate programming, the university also features Canada's newest medical school — opened in 2005, the Northern Ontario School of Medicine, a partnership with Lakehead University in Thunder Bay.
Laurentian is the largest bilingual provider of distance education in Canada.
The Centre for Continuing Education (CCE) at Laurentian University was founded in 1960 to accommodate students wishing to study on campus on a part-time basis. Since its inception, the Envision program has grown from one course to an inventory of over 360 courses offered in a variety of delivery modes and now offers numerous complete degrees and several certificate programs.
Laurentian University Academic Advisors
Find a list of e-mail addresses and phone numbers for first year academic advisors.
Laurentian University Career and Employment Centre
The Centre strives to assist graduates and students with employment counselling along with other programs and services.
Laurentian University J.N. Desmarais Library
The Library provides full text access to hundreds of books, journals and statistics. There is also a web printing service available.
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.
Laurentian University Graduate Students' Association
Representing full-time and part-time graduate students at Laurentian University. Offers support with grants, housing and more.
Association des étudiantes et étudiants francophones de l'Université Laurentienne
The only completely Francophone Student Association representing the interests of Francophones within Laurentian University.
Laurentian Association of Mature and Part-time Students
Represents students studying all year round on campus and around the world via distance education. Their mission is to represent mature and part-time students, advocate on behalf of their membership, and serve and link them to Laurentian University and the community at large.
Laurentian University Study Groups
Students can attend a discipline-specific Peer Assisted Study Group. In these study groups, students can work on the course material under the care and guidance of a senior student.