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The field was named after David Mantel during a ceremony that commemorated the athletic director’s life and legacy.
Amelia Bowes / October 5, 2021
A strong incoming class in fall 2021 following last year’s record-setting cohort helps set another record for enrolment at Redeemer.
Shannon McBride / September 22, 2021
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.
Shannon McBride / August 19, 2021
Redeemer’s campus bookstore premieres its new name and look.
Amelia Bowes / August 3, 2021
The federal government unfairly denied Redeemer University’s 2019 application for the Canada Summer Jobs program, the Federal Court of Canada has ruled.
Shannon McBride / June 30, 2021
The new bachelor of business administration degree will better reflect the calibre and range of courses across multiple business disciplines that are taken by Redeemer’s business students.
Shannon McBride / June 11, 2021
Two new faculty members discuss the importance of the core curriculum to Redeemer’s commitment to a well-rounded liberal arts and sciences education.
Shannon McBride / May 28, 2021
The university will continue to offer dual delivery for the fall term and is optimistic that many on-campus activities will be offered.
Shannon McBride / May 26, 2021
Redeemer's beloved athletic director was known for his leadership and commitment to character development.
Shannon McBride / May 6, 2021
Known for his humble leadership, departing president Dr. Robert J. Graham completed his tenure at Redeemer on April 30, 2021.
Shannon McBride / May 4, 2021
Amid rapid growth, Redeemer University announces a new bachelor of business administration program, new faculty positions and strategies to improve sustainability.
Shannon McBride / April 20, 2021
Redeemer University president Dr. Robert J. Graham will be stepping down from his position on May 1, 2021. Graham has served as president of the university since August 2018 and cites ongoing health...
Shannon McBride / March 31, 2021
The Redeemer community is mourning the loss of a visionary leader in Kees (Kleis) Hensen. Kees Hensen played an important role in Redeemer’s history, sharing resources generously as he supported...
Shannon McBride / March 19, 2021
Day classes for Tuesday, February 16, 2021 previously scheduled to be the first day for in-person classes at Redeemer University this term, have been cancelled due to the heavy snow forecast. Night...
Shannon McBride / February 15, 2021
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Shannon McBride / December 18, 2020

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