Envisioning Laurier Process
Laurier as a Comprehensive University
In the feedback that the Senate Envisioning Committee has heard there emerge a number of possible avenues for Laurier to pursue as it moves into the future. Decisions on which of these avenues we should take is fundamental to creating the vision for our university. Please consider the statement below, representing one possible avenue, and let us know what you think. The statement does not represent an official position of the Senate Envisioning Laurier Committee, but is meant to stimulate thought and encourage discussion:
Moving Laurier from a mid-sized mostly undergraduate school to a mid-size comprehensive school will help secure the best and brightest students and faculty. Do you agree / disagree? Why / why not?
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