- 70Acceptance Rate
- 35275Average Cost
- 90Employment Rate
The university has been entrusted for over a century and a half to the Congregation of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate. In August 1866, the university was endowed a civil charter that was passed by the government which was then called the Province of Canada. It later received a pontifical declaration promulgated by Pope Leo XIII on 5 February 1889.
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