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Brandon University has extended the deadline for Voluntary Withdrawal from the current Fall 2020 term to Wednesday, Nov. 25.
The two-day extension reflects ongoing and intermittent network outages that have affected students’ ability to submit their withdrawal.
If you determine it is best not to continue in a course at this time, you must officially withdraw by the deadline in order to avoid academic penalty.
Brandon University will extend Pass or No Credit grading options to students in the current Fall 2020 and coming Winter 2021 terms. These grade options were also previously extended to students last year, who were affected by the sudden onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A Brandon University Fine Arts student has earned two prestigious awards this month. Eleni Kilbride was presented with a Recognize Scholarship from the Manitoba Arts Council, and was named winner of the C.D.
E-Gré National Music Competition winner Brittany Rae and accompanist Jesse Plessis will conclude their Winner’s Tour with a live-streamed performance on Tuesday, Nov. 17.
The concert, beginning at 7:30 p.m. CDT, will be streamed on the Brandon University (BU) School of Music Facebook and YouTube pages.
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A new scholarship founded by the local Sikh community will support Brandon University (BU) students who demonstrate an interest in studying human rights issues.
Seventeen members of the Brandon’s Sikh community have raised $11,520 to date to establish a scholarship in honour of Guru Tegh Bahadur, a key leader in the history of Sikhism.
Five people who are using their Brandon University education to make a difference in the world and to shape our futures are being celebrated as part of Manitoba’s “Future 40”.
The quintet includes four BU alumni as well as a current student.
Brandon University and the Department of National Defence have formalized an agreement that will make it more convenient for members of the Canadian Forces to take BU courses and to earn BU degrees — even if they are deployed overseas.
“We have always had a great relationship with members of the military, and this new agreement helps deepen that even further,” said Dr. Steve Robinson, BU’s Vice-President Academic and Provost.
Members of the Brandon University (BU) chapter of World University Service of Canada (WUSC) are keeping up their efforts to assist refugee students despite the challenges of COVID-19.
The non-profit organization, with chapters across Canada, administers the Student Refugee Program (SRP) each year, helping students to feel safe, welcomed and supported as they pursue their educational dreams in their new home. The most important role WUSC fills is by providing financial assistance to refugee students, enabling them to receive a post-secondary education and pursue permanent residency in Canada.