Globe and Mail releases 2018 University Report

October 19, 2017

The Globe and Mail has released its 2018 University Report, offering resources to help prospective students choose a university and guide them on what to do once they arrive. The report offers region-specific university profiles outlining the factors that students might consider when applying for admission. The report also offers a series of articles on the major issues facing students in higher ed today, such as mental health, campus sexual violence, and choosing an academic discipline. In a piece titled “What I Wish I Knew Before I Started University,” contributor Marlene Habib offers new and prospective university students a series of tips on how to navigate the transition to PSE. Globe and Mail