University of New Brunswick President Eddy Campbell welcomed the announcement from the provincial government today extending free tuition to students from low- and middle-income families in New Brunswick. “I think the province has done the right thing here,” Dr. Campbell said. “I’m delighted. When we’re trying to recruit students from low-income backgrounds, they are particularly… Read More »

The University of New Brunswick (UNB) is only one of three post-secondary institutions in the country to immediately jump to join forces with Higher Ed Points Inc., a partnership that will allow students, friends and family members to direct their Aeroplan Miles towards education.   Higher Ed Points Inc. has launched a revolutionary new program… Read More »

The following statement, on behalf of UNB President Eddy Campbell, was issued to media following the release of New Brunswick’s 2013-14 provincial budget. At a high level, the provincial budget contains a zero percent increase in funding to public universities and limits tuition increases to $150. GNB Budget 2013Statement by Eddy Campbell, president and vice-chancellorUniversity… Read More »

With classes now underway in the new school year, a poll from BMO Bank of Montreal reveals that two-thirds of students have been working and that the top source of funding to cover tuition and expenses for post-secondary education is the money students have earned and saved themselves.The total cost for a post-secondary education –… Read More »