Upcoming Events

Food for Fines- Reduce or clear your library fines with food!

Reduce or clear your library fines with food! For every non-perishable food item donated, CBU Library will reduce your library fine by $3.00. All food and monetary donations will be given to the CBU campus food bank. Bring your donations of canned goods or other non-perishable foods to the CBU Library Circulation Desk during regular More »

ProletariArt: The People’s Exhibition

Each year, the Cape Breton University Art Gallery invites artists of all ages and levels of experience to participate in a non-juried community exhibition to celebrate community creativity. More than 135 artists participated in the exhibition last year. We look forward to see new work from returning artists’ and welcome new talent. Drawing from the More »

CBU Library Presents: African Heritage Month Author Chantel Reid-Demeter

Author & CBU graduate will be at the CBU Multiversity Centre to read from her book series featuring Rocky the Pug. Rocky’s adventures help teach lessons on diversity, acceptance, and positive self-image. Chantel appeared on CBC’s popular Dragons’ Den program & she will be answering questions about becoming an entrepreneur. Rocky will also be attending! More »

CBU101 – Everything University Related

Join us for CBU 101: Everything University Related on Wednesday, February 24 at 6:30pm. This event is designed for high school students and parents or guardians to get a sense of what university life is like! Pre-register today for a chance to win a Apple Watch or a $500 tuition waiver! *Deadline for pre-registration is More »

2016 Job/Career Fair

A Job/Career Fair will be held in the Great Hall, CBU on Wednesday, March 9th from 10 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Government, Private and Non-Profit Employer sectors will be represented. *(snow date March 10th)*  

Women in Science Event

We’re having our 6th Annual Women in Science Event. Hope you can join us! This day-long session is for female high school students who want to learn more about careers in the sciences. Sessions include: Computer Science “Hack-a-thon” Toxic Popcorn The main audience for the event is junior and high-school/early university aged young women with More »

CBU Welcomes the World 2016

Visit the EventBrite page for all event details and to RSVP!