UNFC postpones first classes to April, cites renovation delays


The University of Niagara Falls Canada has postponed its soft launch until April due to renovation delays. UNFC was initially scheduled to welcome its first cohort of students this month. UNFC Board Director Cyndi McLeod explained to the Niagara Falls Review that the institution is currently devoting time and resources to ensuring the Hatch building is classroom ready. “That will be the initial campus and then our plan continues to be to build a full university campus,” said McLeod. She added that the first cohort of learners will include 50 to 60 students pursuing masters of management and masters of data analytics programming.

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