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Canadian University College
Northern Lights over Canadian University College in Lacombe
Motto Think. Believe. Act.
Established 1907
Type Private University
Religious affiliation Seventh-day Adventist, Christian
President Andrea Luxton
Faculty 40
Students 400
Undergraduates 20
Location Lacombe, Alberta, Alberta, Canada
Colours Red and White
Nickname CUC
Mascot Broose the Moose
Affiliations Association of Theological Schools, Loma Linda University, La Sierra University
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Canadian University College is a private Christian coeducational university located in Lacombe, Alberta. It is affiliated with the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Canadian University College is part of the Seventh-day Adventist system of higher education. Although a significant number of students come from an Seventh-day Adventist background, all students who are interested in living and studying in a Christian context are welcome to apply. The College is a degree-granting institution and teacher's college in Lacombe, Alberta. It offers more than twenty fully-accredited undergraduate degree, diploma, and certificate programs. The college has an enrolment of about 400, with a student-to-teacher ratio of eight to one. [1]



Canadian University College traces its roots to the first Seventh-day Adventist secondary school in Alberta, established in 1907 in Leduc. The Lacombe site for the College was chosen in 1909. It is affiliated with the Association of Theological Schools. [2]


Canadian University College is authorized by the Government of Alberta to offer accredited degrees pursuant to the Universities Act of Alberta: Bachelor of Arts (3 & 4 years), Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of Business Administration (4 year), Bachelor of Science (3&4 year), diploma (2 year), Marital & Family therapy program. The programs are offered in the Division of Arts; Division of Science; School of Business; and School of Education.


Canadian University College has the majority of its residence students in the co-educational Lakeview Hall, with some mature students residing on the top floor of Maple Hall.


Affiliated with Canadian University College and operating on the same campus, are Parkview Adventist Academy (a boarding school for grades 10-12), an elementary school, Loma Linda University’s Marital and Family Therapy Master’s Degree program, and La Sierra University Extended Campus Program offering a Master of Arts degree from the La Sierra University School of Education.[1]

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  1. ^ a b About Canadian University College. Canadian University College. Retrieved 2009-08-03
  2. ^ History. Canadian University College. Retrieved 2009-08-03



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