WLU in brief: Feb. 29, 2012


Conestoga college to offer programs at Laurier Brantford campus
Starting this September, Conestoga College will join Wilfrid Laurier University by offering classes in downtown Brantford. Currently, Laurier, Nipissing University and Mohawk College use buildings in the downtown Brantford core.

Conestoga will be offering a two-year business diploma program and a one-year post-graduate certificate in Human Resources Management. The college also has plans to bring programs in business, media, health and community service to Brantford in the future.

Laurier registrar gets second term
Prior to reading week, WLU announced that registrar Ray Darling will be reappointed to a second term. Darling’s tenure began in 2007 and his new term will end in 2017.

-All compiled by Justin Fauteux

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