For the second time in the past four and a half months, the MAAC and…
According to President John J. Hurley, Cansius’ share from the Federal Stimulus Bill is an estimated $2.6 million. This and more effects on campus:
Canisius announced Tuesday it would expand its pass/fail policy for classes. President John J. Hurley said it would relieve some stress, but some students believe it’s not the best option:
A member of the Canisius community has tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus, President John…
Director of Public Safety Kimberly Beaty ensures the Canisius community that the campus will remain secure while students are away on spring break and once students resume classes online until at least April 13 due to the coronavirus.
Canisius officials announced Thursday that the school would switch to online classes. Here is what students should know about the plan and what has changed on campus and in the community:
Difficult Decisions: Coronavirus forces Canisius to create contingency plans and change study abroad programs
The Griffin spoke with multiple Canisius officials this week who are steering the school through the COVID-19 outbreak. Here is what Canisius students need to know about coronavirus, what the school is planning and what it means for students studying abroad: