ACADIA UNIVERSITY CANADA
Location: Nova Scotia, Canada
Total Students: 3,737
Percentage of International Students: 6%
- Founded 1838.
- In pulverevinces – Through effort (dust) we conquer.
- President and Vice Chancellor. Dr. Peter Ricketts.
- Bruce Galloway (’68)
- Campus size. 250 acres (100 hectares)
- Full-Time Enrolment. Undergraduate: 3,574.
- First-year Student Origins. Eastern Canada: 67%
- Clubs and Organizations- 70+ student-run opportunities
- Faculty to Student Ratio- 1:14
By choosing Acadia, you have opportunities to work closely with professors, volunteer in the community, study abroad, enjoy co-op placements, and be engaged in real-world research. Acadia’s four faculties – Arts, Pure and Applied Sciences, Professional Studies, and Theology – offer more than 200 degree combinations in its undergraduate academic programs and graduate programs. Some of our most popular majors are in biology, marketing, English, psychology, environmental studies, and kinesiology.
- Well Being
- Career Advices
- Chase Court
- Chipman House
- Christofor Hall
- Crowell Tower (13 Story High-rise)
- Cutten House
- Dennis House – First floor houses student health services
- Eaton House
- Roy Jodrey Hall
- Seminary House – Also houses the School of Education in lower level
- War Memorial (Barrax) House
- Whitman Hall (Tully) – All female residence
- Willett House (former residence)
Acadia University’s campus is beautiful. So beautiful, in fact, that we often hear this phrase, “I visited campus and fell in love.” Just steps beyond Acadia’s campus you can explore a rich, natural environment that includes the world’s highest tides, vineyards, woodland trails, and farmlands.
- Edgar Archibald, scientist and politician
- Norman Atkins, Canadian senator
- Ron Barkhouse, MLA for Lunenburg East (Horton Academy)
- Todd Battis, Correspondent CTV National News
- Gordon Lockhart Bennett, Lieutenant-Governor of Prince Edward Island
- Arthur Bourns, President of McMaster University
- Libby Burnham, lawyer, Chancellor of Acadia University
- Bob Cameron, football player
- Dalton Camp, journalist, politician and political strategist
- Elizabeth Cannon, University of Calgary’s President & Vice-Chancellor
- Paul Corkum, physicist and F.R.S.
- John Wallace de Beque Farris, Canadian senator
- Mark Day, actor
- Michael Dick, CBC-TV Journalist
- Charles Aubrey Eaton (1868–1953), clergyman and politician
- William Feindel, neurosurgeon
- Dale Frail, astronomer
- Rob Ramsay, actor
- Alexandra Fuller, writer
- Gary Graham, musician, choral conductor
- Milton Fowler Gregg, VC laureate, politician
- Robbie Harrison, Nova Scotian politician and educator
- Richard Hatfield, Premier of New Brunswick
- Charles Brenton Huggins, Nobel Laureate
- Kenneth Colin Irving, industrialist
- Robert Irving, industrialist
- Ron James, Canadian comedian
- Lorie Kane, LPGA golfer
- Gerald Keddy, Member of Parliament
- Joanne Kelly, Actress
- Kenneth Komoski, Educator
- David H. Levy, astronomer
- Peter MacKay, lawyer, Canadian Minister of National Defence
- Henry Poole MacKeen, Lieutenant-Governor of Nova Scotia
- Paul Masotti, football player
If you are planning to study abroad in Canada and targeting this university, you can get in touch with AEC. Give us a call on +91-8448446609 or 011-43334444 to get assistance on call. You ca also write a query and sent it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.