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Bordered by five fresh-water lakes and 35kms of nature trails, Laurentian University's natural setting is unmatched. The City of Greater Sudbury offers students urban amenities, accessible outdoor recreation and a friendly atmosphere. It has small-town flavor with big-city appeal, making it a great city in which to live and study.
Laurentian University has evolved over the past 40 years from a small liberal arts college to a multi-faculty university. Faculty and students maintain close relationships in a classroom environment that emphasizes individual attention. Laurentian serves a large sector of northeastern Ontario and the campus has a distinctively northern character. Students may study at the undergraduate level only. Recommended for ISEP students, in addition to bilingual study, are courses in Canadian studies, French-Canadian literature, folklore, and Native studies. The Native studies program examines the history and culture of the Indian peoples of Canada from pre-Columbian times to present-day, and offers instruction in the Cree and Ojibwa languages.