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Mount Allison recognized as top undergraduate university in Canada


Mount Allison has been named the top primarily undergraduate university in Canada 24 times in the past 33 years by Maclean’s annual university rankings — a record unmatched by any other university.
2,300+
Number of students
50+
Programs
1839
Established
16:1
Student-to-faculty ratio
14
Average upper-year class size
41
Average first and second-year class size
$5.5
available in scholarships, bursaries, and awards
85%
of our entering class received an entrance award
30%
of students employed at Mount Allison
110+
Clubs and societies
240+
Varsity athletes
85+
Number of countries represented by our students
12
residences with their own unique personalities
85%
of first-year students live in residence
11-240
students per residence

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With experiential learning opportunities available in every degree, you'll graduate Mount Allison with hands-on learning and real-world experience.

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Mount Allison is a residential campus where you will live, learn, work, and play. Residence living is the foundation for your Mount Allison experience.

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    Mature and first-generation student Heidi-Lyn O’Connor was awarded the Gay Hansen Award in Biology this year.
 
“I’ve worked really hard to do this with two kids and knowing my lab instructors, who I really love and adore, return that sentiment and notice my hard work is really meaningful to me,” says O’Connor.
 
In May, she had the chance to participate in the Galápagos Islands Conservation Physiology Field School in Biology — an experience she had dreamed of for many years.
 
O’Connor is also highly involved in the East Coast music scene. She was awarded a 2024 East Coast Music Award (ECMA) for Visual Artist of the Year and a 2023 ECMA for Media Person of the Year. She also received Music New Brunswick Champion of the Year in 2021 and 2023. She recently had the opportunity to be on the red carpet as media at the JUNOs in Halifax, NS.
 
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    Nicole Doncaster ('24) What's next? Pursuing a MSc in Developmental Psychology at Queen's University in Kingston, ON.

“I would recommend doing an undergraduate degree at MtA in a heartbeat. The opportunities available to learn and gain experiences, and to make connections with peers and professors is truly unlike any other school in Canada!”
    Lucas Beaupre ('24) What's next? Pursuing a master's in kinesiology at Queen's University, researching in the field of exercise physiology.

“The small class sizes allow you to build relationships with your profs, and really allow them to be there for you. By building these relationships the doors open for great opportunities in research, all you have to do is be curious!”
    Welcome to Dr. Ian Sutherland, officially starting his tenure as Mount Allison's 16th President and Vice-Chancellor today, Monday, July 15. 

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