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 39 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
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Redeemer welcomes the second largest incoming class in the school’s history.
Dr. Kimberly Maich ’93, Redeemer’s 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient, is making an impact on special education and the experiences of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Redeemer rolls out a new tuition and fee structure that includes a 42 per cent reduction in tuition for Canadian undergrads.
All evening classes at Redeemer are cancelled November 11, 2019 due to inclement weather. The academic building will remain open and the library will maintain regular hours. All meetings scheduled...
Translators, including visiting scholar Dr. Jessica Joustra, are bringing theologian Herman Bavinck’s forgotten manuscript to English audiences for the first time.
Dr. Adam Barkman delivered a lecture series in Paris exploring unchangeable ideas in the changeable medium of motion pictures.
Over the summer, Dr. Christiaan Teeuwsen performed and taught on some of the most important historic organs in Europe’s “organ garden.”
Stephanie Ten Hove ’18 is sharing her skills in media as a missionary in Nicaragua’s capital.
Through her work with A Rocha, Amila Dreise ’13 is advancing care for creation in Hamilton and Ontario at large.
Brittany Lorenz ’14 is making her mark on the capital, working and teaching in Ottawa’s political sector.
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