Start Smart! Day 2014 is a FREE, INFORMATIVE, full-day event on Tuesday, September 2nd designed to help new-to-CBU students, especially FIRST-YEAR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS, get off on the right foot at CBU. The day involves meeting new people getting more familiar with the CBU campus having fun learning about important dates, student services, and how to More »
Someone asked me the other day if we use a Two-Eyed Seeing approach to business research and education. My gut reaction was to say “Yes.” But the easy response would be to say, “No, Business isn’t the same as science, it’s just business. You either accept its basic principles or you reject them but there’s More »
Do you use Google Scholar? You can now access full-text CBU articles through Google Scholar. If you're on campus, you will automatically see the "get @ CBU" link to the right of the article's title. Click "get @ CBU" to access the article you require. For more info on how to set up CBU article access through Google More »
You arrive on campus for the first time, get the keys to your dorm room and begin to unpack. As your shelves stack and your drawers fill there is a moment of panic as you frantically root through your empty bags realizing the inevitable has happened… You forgot something. We all have our own ways More »
"Higher education leads to successful entrepreneurs." Those were the words spoken by Chief Terry Paul of Membertou during our Gala dinner at the Assembly of First Nations Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia on Monday night. Chief Paul was one of two speakers at the event. He highlighted the valuable relationship that Membertou has fostered with More »
CBU Library is looking for students to apply for part time library work for the Fall/Winter term. Please supply your resume, CBU student class schedule, and fill out the student employment application form. You can drop your application off at the CBU Library or email it to Debbie MacInnis, Head of Circulation. Please direct all inquiries More »
Did you know the library has hundreds of DVDs available to borrow? To see what we have to offer, you can visit the library or view our titles online: http://www.openmine.ca/dvd-search. Happy viewing!
The programs at CBU are organized into four schools: School of Arts and Social Sciences, Shannon School of Business, School of Science and Technology, and School of Professional Studies. Each of these schools is led by a dean. Unsure of which school will be your home here at CBU? The following lists the programs that More »