Building Student Centred-Communities for Canada's Growing Population of Undergraduate Students
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Over the past decade, Canada’s rising post-secondary student population has resulted in the “studentification" of many university towns. Such unprecedented growth requires new strategies focused on supporting undergraduate students during their transition into off-campus communities. Leaders throughout the community can engage students in high?priority neighbourhoods, through an informed and collaborative approach to development. Their investment in a purposeful and strategic infrastructure will improve student integration as they transition out of residence and into the surrounding communities.
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Allan Barbor (2014). Building Student Centred-Communities for Canada's Growing Population of Undergraduate Students. UWSpace. http://hdl.handle.net/10012/10817
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