As a multi-campus, multi-community university, Wilfrid Laurier University has been working with the Town of Milton since 2008 to bring Laurier’s high-quality academic and student experience to this vibrant and fast-growing community, located midway along the Toronto-Waterloo Innovation Corridor. The university, with the support of numerous community partners, is committed to establishing a Milton postsecondary campus to allow students in the Halton Region to study closer to home. Laurier currently offers a Master of Education program in Milton as well as an ongoing Laurier Milton lecture series.
Much planning has already been done with the Town of Milton and other partners to lay the groundwork for a successful Laurier presence in Milton, and discussion is underway to define the first phase of the project.
For more information about milestones in Laurier’s Milton project, please see the spotlights below, or read about the Milton project chronology.
Laurier Milton Lecture Series engages public with broad array of contemporary topics
Laurier to offer Master of Education program in Milton
Laurier committed to growth in Milton
Laurier disappointed by sudden cancellation of planned funding for university campus in Milton
Laurier welcomes Provincial approval of new site in the Milton Education Village
Laurier shares vision for university’s growth in Milton with provincial government
Board of Governors approves plan to submit a Milton proposal to REOI process
Ontario government issues guidelines for Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI)
Ontario expands access to postsecondary education in Milton and Brampton
The Premier's Highly Skilled Workforce Expert Panel (Conway report)
Laurier welcomes Ontario government’s plan to support new postsecondary campuses in both Milton and Brampton
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