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Saint Paul University, in Ottawa, is a Catholic and bilingual institution entrusted for more than a century and a half to the Congregation of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate. Endowed with civil (1866) and pontifical (1889) charters, Saint Paul University has been federated with the University of Ottawa since 1965.
As a Catholic institution, Saint Paul University is dedicated primarily to an understanding and integration of Christian faith and life, and to promoting the values of Christian humanism. It aims to pursue this in a spirit of ecumenical openness and with a critical awareness of the forms of Christian life already existing or now emerging within modern cultures and societies.
As a centre of higher learning, Saint Paul University intends to promote excellence in teaching, research, and professional formation as part of the local, national and international academic community. It endeavours as well to serve diverse Christian communities and socio-cultural organizations and, in collaboration with them, to respond to the challenges presently confronting Church and society.
The Counselling and Psychotherapy Centre offers bilingual counselling and psychotherapy. Services are provided by counselling interns at the Master of Arts and Doctoral level in Counselling and Spirituality at Saint Paul University. The counselling interns are supervised by counsellors, psychotherapists and/or psychologists who are certified and accredited by a recognized professional association.
The mandate of Computer and Distance Education Services is to promote and encourage excellence and innovation in learning and teaching. CDES pursues its mandate by providing quality services that contribute to the harmonious and effective use of technological tools and facilitates the work of students, teachers and support