A degree from a Christian university is about what you do on the one hand, and who you are on the other. That changes everything. Starting with you.
At Redeemer, education is about understanding a complex global world, thinking critically from a kingdom perspective, and following Christ’s call to transform culture and communities. Rooted in a distinctly Christ-centred Core Curriculum, a degree in one of 34 majors and streams offers experiential learning opportunities and a cross-functional set of knowledge. Wrapped in a spiritually vibrant campus community, your education will provide invaluable skills and prepare you for a rapidly changing future, wherever God calls you.More about academics
Redeemer’s caring community will help you thrive. Find lifelong friendships, explore the dynamic City of Hamilton and, through it all, deepen and live out your faith.More about life at Redeemer
A strong incoming class in fall 2021 following last year’s record-setting cohort helps set another record for enrolment at Redeemer.
The name for the new residence and learning facility references God’s grace to us through Jesus Christ and Redeemer’s mission which integrates life and learning.
The new bachelor of business administration degree will better reflect the calibre and range of courses across multiple business disciplines that are taken by...
Dr. Kyle Spyksma closed the first chapel of the year with a prayer for the 2021-22 Academic Year.
The field was named after David Mantel during a ceremony that commemorated the athletic director’s life and legacy.
Betty Brouwer’ 88, Redeemer’s 2021 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient, reaches Hamilton youth with compassion and creativity.
Students, faculty and staff discuss the benefits, opportunities and adjustments that come with Redeemer’s new dual-delivery method.
The new Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship will include a makerspace and modern classroom spaces all within the new residence and learning facility.
Four graduating art students reflect on their senior exhibitions and how their passions were deepened by studying inside and outside their majors.
While working at the King’s Garden, fourth-year student Blessing Oluloto not only learned how to grow food, but saw how God works through service to others.
Each year, senior students gather from their various programs to work on a semester-long project that addresses a societal or cultural issue. Here’s a look at some of...
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