Established in 1964, the University of Guelph is a research-intensive, comprehensive university. The University’s main campus resides on the ancestral lands of the Attawandaron people and the treaty lands and territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit. The University of Guelph plays an integral role in the educational, business, and cultural life of the province of Ontario, through the impact of its teaching, research, and community service, and through its special mandate to serve the Province in support of the agri-food sector and veterinary medicine.

$158 million
Annual Sponsored Research Income
3 Campuses
Guelph | Guelph-Humber | Ridgetown
1,217 Acre
Main Campus
$7.2 billion
Annual Economic Impact

Key Documents & Information

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