Thorneloe University

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Thorneloe University
Typefederated school of Laurentian University
Affiliation Anglican Church of Canada
Chancellor Anne Germond
President Robert Derrenbacker
Provost Robert Derrenbacker
Location, ,
Canada
Campus Urban/suburban
Affiliations ACCC, CCAA, CCAA, CBIE
Website Thorneloe University

Thorneloe University is a Canadian federated school of Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario.

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Programs

Affiliated with the Anglican Church of Canada, the university offers programs in fine arts including music (in conjunction with Laurentian University), theatre performance, theatre production (in conjunction with Cambrian College) and film production, religious studies, classical studies, women's studies and theatre arts. Thorneloe University also offers a certificate, diploma, and bachelor's degree in theology.

Faculty

Facilities

In addition to classroom, administrative and faculty offices, Thorneloe University houses a 143-seat theatre and a 58-room student residence. The university is also home to the Fielding Memorial Chapel of St. Mark.

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