About Vanier College

“To belong and contribute”

vanier videoVanier College, founded in 1967, was the second College to come into  existence  on  the  Keele  Campus. The  College  is  proudly named  after  General  The  Right  Honourable Georges  P.  Vanier, one  of  the  most respected Canadians  of  the  20th  century. The mandated  academic  areas  which  Vanier  College supports  are:

Business  and  Society,  Business  Economics,  Children, Childhood and Youth , Classical  Studies,  Classics,  Cognitive Science, Culture  and  Expression,  Economics,  Financial  and  Business  Economics,  Hellenic  Studies,  Humanities,  Individualized   Studies,   Jewish   Studies,   Philosophy,  Religious Studies, United States Studies, as well as all Undeclared Majors in the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies.

  • Vanier Handbook (PDF)

College Banner

vanier bannerJack  Bush,  one  of  Canada's  leading  abstract  artists,  designed  Vanier's  banner  in  1971.  Acrylic  on  canvas,  the  forms  in  this  banner  which  measures  101 cm  x  80  cm -  like  most  of  those  in  his later paintings - are abstract.