NSCAD University is very pleased to welcome Charisma Grace Walker to the position of Director, Opportunity and Belonging, effective September 13, 2021.
The Institute today announced its first artists-in-residence and graduate student fellows for the fall 2021-winter 2022 semesters who will activate the one-of-a-kind research centre.
For fall 2021, we are launching over 180 courses including 27 exceptional NSCAD@online classes while providing the highest quality academic experience in a safe environment.
NSCAD University will require either proof of full vaccination before returning to campus, or proof of regular testing (twice weekly).
It is expected of you, as a member of the NSCAD community, to be fully vaccinated with two doses by the time you return to campus.
We are thrilled to be returning to predominantly in-person learning for the fall 2021 semester and look forward to welcoming all international students travelling to Nova Scotia to study with us!
In celebration of both Pride and National Indigenous History Month, the NSCAD Library has created a curated list of available resources from these two communities. Though this list merely [...]
The Presidential Search Committee, working with executive search firm Perret Laver, is committed to providing the NSCAD community with progress updates throughout the search process. Stage 1 – [...]
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