Postsecondary institutions develop more ways to support Ukrainian students

As the crisis in Ukraine continues, postsecondary institutions are continuing to find ways to support Ukrainian students. In Alberta, the University of Alberta’s Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies has launched an initiative that will help protect the digital data of Ukrainian archivists, librarians, scientists, and others by offering free and secure cloud storage. In Manitoba, the University of Winnipeg is waiving application fees for students from Ukraine; the University of Manitoba is supporting students with extended fee deadlines and the removal of fee penalties, bursaries, emergency loans, and food; and Brandon University has announced that it is waiving tuition for students from Ukraine and will allow refugees to stay in its residences. In Nova Scotia, Acadia University is fundraising to provide full tuition for one or more refugees from war or conflict zones. CBC| CBC (UAlberta)| Acadia Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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