The Faculty of Nursing at the University of Calgary has a proud history going back more than 40 years. The faculty has grown from a school of nursing in the newly formed University of Calgary in the 1960s to a full-on faculty in the 1970s. It began with a Bachelor of Nursing program and has expanded to include a graduate program of master's, nurse practitioner and doctoral studies. Concurrent with the addition of graduate studies, the faculty embarked on a research program. In 2015, the faculty proudly supports four chairs in nursing research and a solid track record of contribution to the advancement of nursing through research and learning, with nursing programs in Calgary, Medicine Hat and Qatar.
Our Faculty’s mission is to advance nursing practice and promote health through research and learning.
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We’ve recently partnered with Places4Students Inc. to provide an online collection of numerous housing options. Places4Students provides students, schools and landlords with the highest quality, off-campus housing service. The website provides a large real-time database of student housing vacancies in our area, including photos and text, contact information and property features.
For a list of student services offered, visit: https://www.su.ucalgary.ca/programs-services/student-services/
Intramural Sports provides the opportunity to participate in team and individual sports through a variety of leagues and tournaments. The program is operated by Active Living student employees who intend to provide sporting enjoyment to their fellow students. All students are encouraged to participate in intramural activities.
The mission of Student Accessibility Services (formerly the Disability Resource Center) is to work collaboratively and innovatively with the campus community to create an accessible, equitable and supportive learning and living environment that enhances each student's academic and personal development.
Our office is open to both Prospective students (meaning those students who are considering attending the University of Calgary and wish to learn more about registering with our office as well as those students who are currently at the University of Calgary but not registered with SAS) and Current students (those students who are currently enrolled at the University of Calgary and registered with our service), at either the Undergraduate or Graduate level.
Get to know your future campus by experiencing it directly during a University of Calgary campus tour. Guided by a current University of Calgary student, you'll spend approximately two hours receiving the entire “University of Calgary experience”.
Modified on June 03, 2019