Sackville, Canada

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Location: Sackville, New Brunswick

Established: 1839

Total Students: 2,250

Percentage of International Students: 9%

  • Student body of approximately 2,100.
  • Students come from more than 50 countries around the world.
  • Nestled in a town of 5,500 residents.
  • Campus size 76 acres.
  • Student-to-faculty ratio 16:1.
  • Average first and second-year class sizes 41.
  • Upper-year classes average class size 14.
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  • Bookstore
  • Code of Conduct
  • Computing Services
  • Disability services
  • Career Services
  • Indigenous student support
  • Mail services
  • Mountie Money
  • Registrar’s Office
  • Safety & security
  • Sexual assault & harassment support
  • Student Life Office
  • Student wellness

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Noted architectural historian, John Leroux, who is working with visual artist Thaddeus Holownia on a book about the University’s architecture, calls the campus “one of the finest in Canada” and says some of the most beautiful buildings built in New Brunswick in the last 100 years are located at Mount Allison.

The newest building on campus is the Purdy Crawford Centre for the Arts, which opened in 2014. Housing the Department of Fine Arts and the drama program, the building features art studios, a large atrium, and the 100-seat Motyer-Fancy Theatre. Designed by the internationally honoured Canadian architecture firm Zeidler Partnership, it was featured in Canadian Architect magazine in March 2015

Other significant buildings are the Owens Art Gallery, the oldest University art gallery in Canada, which opened in 1895, and Hammond House, the only registered National Historic Site in the Town of Sackville. Both were designed by noted Toronto architect Edmund Burke. The Queen Anne Revival-style Hammond House was originally built for Canadian artist and head of the Fine Arts department John Hammond in 1896. It now serves as the President’s residence

Bond University Student Housing caters for both domestic and international students, with a range of housing on campus. Bond University is centrally located on the Gold Coast, in the suburb of Robina.

  • Robert Barritt, Bermudian painter and politician
  • Kate Beaton, Cartoonist
  • Louise Belcourt, artist
  • Winthrop Pickard Bell, historian and philosopher
  • Rick Black, CFL football player, Grey Cup champion
  • Harold Lothrop Borden, military officer
  • John Bragg, O.C., industrialist
  • Kate Braid, poet
  • John Buchanan, Premier of Nova Scotia, senator
  • Henry Burr, entertainer
  • Catherine Callbeck, Premier of Prince Edward Island and businesswoman
  • HerménégildeChiasson, Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick
  • Erminie Cohen, Senator
  • Alex Colville, P.C., C.C., artist
  • Marilyn TrenholmeCounsell, physician, Senator, Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick
  • Purdy Crawford, CC QC, Canadian lawyer and businessman
  • Frank Parker Day (RS), author, educator, president of Union College (NY), 1929–1933
  • Michael de Adder, cartoonist
  • James M. Dickson, Q.C., jurist and business leader
  • Muriel McQueen Fergusson, senator
  • HewardGrafftey, politician and businessman
  • John James Grant, Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia
  • John Gray, playwright
  • Don Hannah, playwright and novelist
  • Ian Hanomansing, journalist
  • Sheila A. Hellstrom, first woman Regular Force member to achieve the rank of Brigadier-General
  • John Peters Humphrey, jurist
  • Greg Kerr, current Member of Parliament for West Nova
  • Eric Lapointe, CFL football player, HecCrighton Trophy winner
  • Leslie M. Little, justice of the federal Tax Court of Canada
  • Kevin G. Lynch, Vice-Chair, BMO Financial Group
  • Mary Florence MacDonald, curator
  • Angus MacLean, Premier of Prince Edward Island
  • Michael MacDonald, Chief Justice of Nova Scotia
  • Margaret McCain, O.C., Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick
  • Wallace McCain, C.C., industrialist
  • Abner Reid McClelan, 10th Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick
  • Moses Morgan (RS), academic
  • Arthur Motyer, (RS) playwright, novelist, professor emeritus
  • David Myles, singer-songwriter
  • Christopher Pratt, C.C., artist
  • Mary Pratt, C.C., artist
  • Ivan Rand, jurist
  • Edgar Ritchie (RS), Canadian Ambassador to the United States (1966–1970) and Ireland (1976–1980)
  • Brenda Mary Robertson, first female in the New Brunswick Legislature; Order of Canada
  • Alison Sealy-Smith, actor and founding director of Obsidian Theatre
  • Sir Cuthbert Sebastian, Governor-General of Saint Kitts and Nevis
  • Scott Simms, current Member of Parliament for Bonavista—Gander—Grand Falls—Windsor

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