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University of Sudbury cancels its spring courses

Decision made after Laurentian announced it was terminating agreements with federated universities
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The University of Sudbury is cancelling its spring courses in the wake of the decision by Laurentian University to terminate agreements with its federated universities.

As of April 30, Laurentian will no longer accept courses taught by the University of Sudbury as counting toward a Laurentian degree. Courses currently underway will still count, as well as those that were previously completed.

“This is regrettable news, but know that we are doing what we can to mitigate the impacts this decision will have on our university community,” said the University of Sudbury in a news release. “We will continue to inform you of new developments or updates.”

Any current students with questions about their program should reach out directly to the dean of their faculty. All University of Sudbury programs fall under the Faculty of Arts, for which the dean is Dr. Joël Dickinson.

Laurentian applicants applying to programs administered by the federated universities can reach out to Liaison Services: