Globe releases 2010 Canadian University Report

October 22, 2009

Yesterday the Globe and Mail released its 8th annual Canadian University Report. One key finding in the survey is that students representing smaller campuses in the country report better student-faculty interaction than the larger schools. In terms of overall student satisfaction, UWO received an "A" among large universities; UoGuelph earned an "A+" among medium-sized institutions; UFV, Nipissing, and StFX all scored "A" grades in the small universities category; and Bishop's U, Redeemer, The King's University College (Edmonton), and TWU represented most satisfied for very small universities. The report includes articles on a variety of topics, including the use of social networks in admissions, learning technology, and today's generation of first-year students. There is also an interview with uOttawa president Allan Rock, and features on UoGuelph, the Alma Mater Society at Queen's, and the "ultimate college town" -- Halifax. CTVglobemedia News Release | Canadian University Report 2010 | Campus Navigator