Acadia intends to welcome students back to campus for a Fall 2020 term that offers flexible in-person and online courses.
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Given the year in which we are living, I hope all of us take the time to enjoy a pleasant and relaxing Canada Day. Though only six months old, 2020 has challenged us in new ways and brought times of great sadness and stress to many. While we continue our combined efforts to find a stable footing, Canada Day gives pause to our efforts so we can appreciate all that this wonderful country has given us.

June is a designated time to celebrate Accessibility, Indigenous Peoples, and Pride. But June 2020 also had society reeling in the aftermath of the George Floyd killing and the continuation of inconceivable acts of racialized violence.

Acadia shared a statement of solidarity, like other institutions, and while increased consciousness is good, our support does not stop there. We are committed to being allies and working with our partners like VANSDA and the Glooscap First Nation so that everyone is valued equally in the Acadia community and beyond.

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Acadia University is proudly located in Mi'kma'ki, the ancestral territory of the Mi’kmaq People.


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