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President’s Communique: A follow up our June 2020 commitments

In June of this year – in recognition of Juneteenth and national Aboriginal People’s Day, and in response to shooting deaths of minority ethnic individuals in North America – Ambrose University made a commitment to...

Paige Goertzen Named to CCAA Apprentice Coach Program

On November 4, 2020, the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) announced the 2020-21 participants for the annual Female Apprentice Coach Program (FACP). Among the successful participants is Ambrose student...

Winter 2021 Semester Update

As we look ahead to next semester, we recognize Ambrose University must continue to follow the pandemic guidance and protocols of the provincial government. We have decided to continue using a mix of in-person and online learning, and Student Life experiences for the winter semester.

Ambrose First University in Alberta to Join Green Chemistry Commitment

Ambrose University is pleased to announce its recent signing of Beyond Benign’s Green Chemistry Commitment. Beyond Benign provides educators with the tools, training, and support to make green chemistry an integral part of chemistry education...

Mask Campaign Update

Thanks to the generous efforts of the Ambrose community, we gratefully announce that we have surpassed the goal for our students. The mask campaign began earlier this summer, asking our community to help us supply students with five masks each for the start of the school year...

Convocation Chapel 2020

On September 15, Ambrose students, faculty, and staff donned their masks and gathered together for Convocation Chapel. In order to maintain COVID protocols, attendees were divided into cohorts and travelled to each of the five stations to experience a different part of the chapel service. The theme of this year's chapel was "The Call to the Life of the Mind."...

Bernie Van de Walle

A September Devotional

Dr. Bernie Van De Walle (CTS 96, CBC 90) District Superintendent for the Canadian Midwest District of the Christian & Missionary Alliance, provides a devotional during this season...

Ambrose Day 2020

On August 18, from appropriately spaced chairs, the Ambrose faculty and staff gathered together for Ambrose Day. This annual gathering is held in August and provides...

IT Upgrades Possible Thanks to Ambrose Community Support

Ambrose University is pleased to share that, through the generous support of our community, we were able to raise...

Ambrose Response to Blackbaud Data Breach

On Thursday, July 16, 2020, Ambrose University received notification from Blackbaud of a ransomware attack that occurred...

Ambrose Business Students on Their Industry-Focused Experiences

Ambrose Business connects students to industry through events, classes, and assignments. From guest speakers, to off-campus tours, to industry-focused assignments, students get the chance to see what it is like to be working in the corporate world. This exposure to real world professionals prepares students for many different job opportunities....

Down Ancient Paths: A Quest for the Global Christian Heritage

The Down Ancient Paths Travel Study Program (DAP) was birthed at Ambrose University in 2000. Travel had been a dream since boyhood but in midlife, I experienced an inner disturbance generated by observing accelerating illiteracy and disinterest regarding the global Christian heritage...

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