• Giving Tuesday at NU

    General
    This Giving Tuesday, join us in building a strong foundation for our student-athletes by purchasing an engraved brick that will pave the entrance to our new turf field.  Each brick purchased will directly support our student-athletes by offsetting the cost of training, travel, equipment and support services so they can they can focus on achieving their athletic and academic potential. Visit nipissingu.ca/givingtuesday to buy a brick today.
  • Scholar Practitioner Program Graduates 38 Future Nurses

    Alumni
    Convocation
    School of Nursing
    On Friday, November 8, Nipissing University welcomed 38 graduates to its alumni ranks during the Scholar Practitioner Program convocation ceremony held in Toronto at the Michener Institute of Education at the University Health Network (UHN). The Scholar Practitioner Program is an innovative second degree nursing program for university graduates offered in partnership with the Michener Institute of Education at UHN, SickKids Hospital, Toronto Public Health and the University Health Network.
  • Remembrance Day Observance

    General
    Nipissing University wishes to remember the contributions of our veterans who have served in war and peace-keeping duties over the years. On November 11, representatives from the University will be attending the municipal ceremony at Memorial Gardens. On campus, as an expression of observance, we will be holding a ceremony at 10:45 a.m. on Monday, November 11th in the Nipissing Theatre (F213).  We encourage everyone to attend a local Remembrance Day service.
  • Meet Student Leader Lisa Truong

    Dave Marshall Leadership Award
    Lisa has demonstrated her community leadership by advocating for, and educating others about, the need for bone marrow transplant donors in Canada. During her practicum, Lisa became aware of the silent crisis occurring in the bone marrow transplant community. Through research, Lisa discovered that only 2% of Canadians were registered to be a donor and that there is a particular need for more ethnically diverse stem cell donors.
  • University Bargaining Update

    General
    Early on Monday morning of October 21st, 2019, a tentative deal was reached between the representatives of Nipissing University administration and the Faculty Academic Staff Bargaining Unit (FASBU).

    Nipissing University would like to thank our students and university community for their patience through this process. Classes will continue as scheduled for the remainder of the semester.