Help shape
the world around us.

CBU is experiencing unprecedented growth, with students, faculty and staff coming to Cape Breton from across Canada and around the world. Our continued growth is due, in part, to support from incredible donors like you, from Cape Breton and from all over the world.

When you support Cape Breton University, you’re joining a family of alumni, friends, and community members who are working to ensure students have everything they need to succeed. Your donations help provide CBU students with the ability to explore their passions and develop the skills they’ll need to help shape the world around us.

Depending on your priorities and interests, you can choose the way you give – from scholarships and bursaries, to special acquisitions, equipment purchases, planned giving and endowments.

Give to CBU

Ways to give

Join Cape Breton University’s supporters all over the world, dedicated to enhancing the educational experience of the current and future CBU family! Your gifts support CBU’s current campaigns and priorities, as well as enhance the educational opportunities of our students.

Ways To Give

Donate Now

It’s now easier and more convenient than ever to give to CBU.

Donate Now

News

A Promising Athlete: Meet Promise Akachukwu

February 19, 2020

Promise Akachukwu and ten other Cape Breton University students are making history this weekend as they compete in CBU’s first…

Read More

CBU Celebrates African Heritage Month with playwright Leslie McCurdy and Social Activist Wanda Robson

February 19, 2020

In celebration of Canada’s African Heritage Month 2020, Cape Breton University’s Viola Desmond Chair in Social Justice, the Glace Bay…

Read More

CBU and NSHA Eastern Zone sign Memorandum of Understanding

February 10, 2020

Cape Breton University (CBU) and the Nova Scotia Health Authority Eastern Zone (NSHA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to…

Read More

Scholarship Success: Robyn Shibinette

February 5, 2020

Bachelor of Science, Nursing student Robyn Shibinette isn’t afraid to admit it –  when she received her scholarship to CBU,…

Read More