SMALL UNIVERSITY. BIG EDUCATION.

Academics

  • 1600 students studying in more than 30 programs. 1300 students studying in more than 30 programs.

    Whether you want to take Psychology or Visual Arts, Business or Law & Justice, we've got a wide range of programming for everyone.

  • Do research . . . as an undergrad.

    At Algoma, there are no graduate programs, which means that undergrads have opportunities to assist with faculty research projects.

  • World class research.

    Algoma University is home to three research institutes, each doing world-class research in their fields and making a difference in our community and beyond.

  • Entrance average for most degree programs: 77% Students in lecture

    We send a higher ratio of students to post-graduate studies than many larger universities, and our students tell us they're better prepared when they get there.

  • Get more face time.

    Smaller classes mean that you get to know your profs, and they know you. This leads to better academic success and relationships that can help you before and after graduation.

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Student Profile

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Dancing Her Way to a Degree

While pursuing her Bachelor of Arts in English, fourth-year student Tee Komsa has managed to become a professional dancer with an American dance company, and is now Editor-in-Chief of The Sentient.

Faculty Profile

Robert Rutherdale

The Age of Catastrophe

Dr. Robert Rutherdale is one of the prominent Canadian historians who has been asked to speak at the annual History Matters presentation in Toronto on the centenary of the Great War.