Updated: Dec 14, 2021
Four Canadian universities are betting their futures on collaboration rather than competition, beginning a joint national recruitment campaign this week that aims to contrast their tightly knit communities with the big-name but impersonal attractions of urban postsecondary institutions.
Acadia, Bishop’s, Mount Allison and St. Francis Xavier will showcase their campuses under the Maple League of Universities banner at recruitment events in Calgary, Toronto and Vancouver this week. All four focus primarily on liberal arts and science education for undergraduates.
That type of education is needed now more than ever, the presidents of the four universities said in a joint interview the morning after last week’s U.S. election.
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