Mount Allison University

Mount Allison University Full Member
Registrar's Office
62 York St.
Sackville, NB E4L 1E2
Canada

Mount Allison University is consistently ranked Canada’s top undergraduate university by Maclean’s – Canada’s national news magazine.

At Mount Allison, students receive a liberal arts and science based education that encourages a passion for learning, teaches critical thinking, and develops an understanding of our rapidly changing world.

Degrees are offered in Arts, Science, Commerce, Fine Arts, and Music. There are interdisciplinary opportunities available in all areas of study and students can choose from over 40 majors and minors to form a unique program of study that matches their interests and career goals.

From their first day, students become members of a tight-knit Mount Allison community. Bonds with roommates, housemates, classmates, and teammates form quickly and last a long, long time. With a student enrollment of approximately 2,600 and a 16:1 student-to-faculty ratio, Mount Allison is committed to providing its students with an intimate and immersive learning environment.

Mount Allison students are actively engaged on campus and in the community. There are countless opportunities to pursue passions outside the classroom and develop new, exciting interests. There are over 30 varsity, club, and intramural sports teams, more than 140 clubs and societies, and volunteer positions on campus and in the surrounding region. This exposure helps build the abilities, confidence, and character that students will carry with them in their graduate studies or professional lives.

Experiential learning opportunities are a cornerstone of a Mount Allison education, providing students with the chance to participate in case competitions, take on internships, go on field trips, and develop independent research projects.

Students learn to become engaged, global citizens who see beyond borders.
Mount Allison students can take advantage of more than 18 study abroad and exchange programs in 15 countries, including semester-long, year-long, or short-term summer programs.