Wilfrid Laurier University – Brantford Campus
For more than 100 years, Laurier has been a premier destination for students who want to excel inside and outside of the classroom. Our strong partnerships with the regions we call home, bring university learning to life. Through community placements, volunteering and local job opportunities, students are inspired to give back and make a difference.
Everywhere you look, people are inspired to learn, lead and build lifelong relationships, to give their all and to give back. From staff who take pride in meaningful relationships with students, to faculty who include students in ground-breaking research – you wil know and feel you belong at Laurier. Laurier is a close-knit community with a shared dedication to creating an environment that is empowering for all.
No matter how you choose to live your Laurier experience, you are a Golden Hawk, which means you are part of a tight-knit, supportive community that aims high and works hard. Out of all undergraduate students surveyed across Canada, Laurier's student satisfaction is ranked the highest in the Maclean's University Rankings.
Our Brantford Campus
Our Brantford Campus has quickly established itself as a dynamic institution that offers a unique combination of liberal arts and professional programs.
Our presence has transformed Brantford's downtown core into a thriving student community that is home to approximately 3,200 undergraduate and graduate students. The Brantford campus offers students the opportunity to bring classroom learning to life through community partnerships and volunteer placements.
Shaped by its location on the historic Grand River and proximity to the major industrial and consumer markets of North America, Brantford is a thriving community that is home to a number of global business operations, a healthy arts and culture scene, a world-class trail system, and several festivals and events.
In addition to opportunities for high school applicants, our partnership with several Ontario colleges allows students to enter university studies with relevant transfer credits that shorten the length of time required to complete a degree.