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Annual Report

President's message

The 150th anniversary of Confederation has encouraged us and millions of others across the country to consider our history.

This milestone also provides us with the opportunity to look to the future. Where do we see ourselves in 50, 100, or another 150 years? UNB has been a trailblazer since 1785 and that entrepreneurial spirit continues to this day. 

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Strong and proud

It’s because of our commitment to our students that we’re ranked best comprehensive university in Atlantic Canada by Maclean’s magazine, our commitment to our faculty and staff that the Globe and Mail continues to rank us as one of Canada’s Top 100 employers, and our commitment to the future of our communities, our province and our country that we continue to grow our research agenda in meaningful and exciting ways.

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Two capital projects underway at UNB

A $36M kinesiology building on UNB’s Fredericton campus will house a nationally significant research cluster focused on health promotion, wellness and physical fitness that will establish NB as a leader in preventative health care.

On UNB's Saint John campus a new multi-research greenhouse will provide opportunities in aquaculture, healthcare and pharmaceutical development for students, researchers and industry. 

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Financial snapshot

Learn more about UNB's commitment to eliminating our operating deficit by 2020-21 and the initiatives we're putting in place to make it happen including the negotiation of a multi-year memorandum of understanding with the Government of New Brunswick to establish predictability of grant and tuition rates.

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Student support a priority

Every day we see first-hand how a university education can transforms lives, create opportunities and enrich personal experiences.

That’s why we place a priority on supporting our students — we know the value of the education they’re here to pursue.

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Five collective agreements reached

UNB is committed to achieving agreements that are fair, reasonable and will strengthen our university — for the benefit of students and employees. This year, we completed negotiations for collective agreements with four unions: the Association of University of New Brunswick Teachers, Unifor, the Canadian Union of Public Employees and the Public Service Alliance of Canada.

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UNB by the numbers

Whether it’s being Canada’s most entrepreneurial university, having a 15:1 student to faculty ratio, or being named one of Canada’s top employers, we have a lot to be proud of.

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