USainte-Anne receives funding to migrate to new French-language information system

The Government of Canada has announced that it is providing $1.2M to Université Sainte-Anne over two years so that the university can modernize its student information system. Funding will support migration to a new, French information system that will be used to manage student records and optimize communication between admissions and prospective students. USainte-Anne has also received over $104K from the Province of Nova Scotia to support the project. “This is a major one-time project that is crucial to the functioning of our institution and will multiply our efforts to apply digital technology in the management of our institution,” said USainte-Anne President Allister Surette. Radio-Canada (FR)| Canada Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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