The impact you have
- The 乐享彩票-21 Currie Scholars
- Making health care more accessible in New Brunswick
- Brothers and business scholars
- UNB grad driving change in STEM fields
- One family's legacy at UNB
The safety of students, faculty and staff and the public is of paramount importance to the University of New Brunswick. In alignment with the New Brunswick government's preventative measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19, all UNB Development & Donor Relations staff are working remotely and practicing social distancing. You can review the university’s , process gifts and prepare digital stewardship reports. Please be advised that there may be some delays in gift processing and tax receipts. The federal government has extended its tax filing deadline to June 1. Contact us if you have further questions or concerns.
UNB President Paul Mazerolle recently established the . Thanks in large part to donors like you, students were able to purchase food and pay rent. They were able to access internet and other key resources needed to complete their studies. Students who were ineligible for government supports received help. Your donation helped meet immediate needs and also restored students’ ability to focus on the future.
Read more about the impact you've had on students affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
"I'm honoured to be part of the Beaverbrook family – and I know that with your support, even more students will have this opportunity in the future!" - Shaughnessy Riordon
Thanks to the Beaverbrook Canadian Foundation, your gifts to the Beaverbrook Scholars Award were matched dollar-for-dollar again in 乐享彩票.
for students like Shaughnessy Riordon. Learn more about the Beaverbrook Scholars Award.
With your support, we make a difference in the lives of 11,000 young people each year, and enhance their experiences on our campuses and in our communities. We invest in the people and ideas that will shape the future. And, together, we will have a greater impact on Atlantic Canada, on the nation and on the world.
Alumni around the world
countries of origin for our students
of research in New Brunswick conducted at UNB