In short, Axcess Acadia is a participatory-audit program for students who self-identify as having an intellectual or a developmental disability and who would not meet the current admission criteria set by the university.
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Don't forget, we're here all year round, and you can continue your studies with Spring & Summer term courses or online courses. Register for Spring 1 term courses by next Friday, April 20.
We wish all students, faculty, and staff a safe and happy holiday season!
In this year's seminar on Friday, May 4, talented science students from across the maritimes will connect with fascinating scientists like Dr. Maia Hoeberechts (NEPTUNE Canada), Richard Zurawski (television host/producer, meteorologist, and MSVU lecturer), Dr. Michael Stokesbury (Canada Research Chair in Ecology of Coastal Environments), Dr. Vlad Zamlynny, and more!
Visit the website for full speaker descriptions and bios, and stay tuned for registration information. You can also keep up to date on Huggins at facebook.com/hugginsacadia.
Open Acadia is Acadia University's initiative to offer flexible programming and learning opportunities to Acadia students and the greater community. Our programming goes beyond the scope of the conventional university experience to offer education to youths, seniors, and working professionals. Our programs are delivered in ways that match the preferences of our client groups, whether it be on-campus, off-campus, or online.What's in a name?
Formerly known as the Division of Continuing & Distance Education, we became Open Acadia to better convey the breadth of our audiences and programs. "Open" signifies our imperative for Acadia to reach different audiences and explore different educational methods, media, and programs.About Acadia University
Acadia University is one of Canada's oldest and most respected educational institutions. To learn more about the university and its rich history, please visit the Acadia "About" page.