The University of Guelph (U of G) is a university for public research in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Adding the students of all the campuses in Guelph, Toronto and Ridgetown, U of G has 29,507 undergraduate and graduate students, including 1,400 international students from over 120 countries. Known for its scenic and healthy campuses and friendly and supportive community, U of G blends classic and historical architecture with its state-of - the-art technology. The main campus covers 412 acres including Guelph Arboretum University and a science park. It has seven faculties or colleges: College of Arts; College of Biological Science; Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics; College of Engineering and Physical Sciences; College of Social & Applied Human Sciences; Ontario Agricultural College; and Ontario Veterinary College. Different schools offering various areas of specialization in academics include: School of Computer Science; School of Engineering; School of English and Theatre Studies; School of Environmental Design and Rural Development; School of Environmental Sciences; School of Fine Art and Music; School of Languages and Literatures; School of Hospitality and Tourism Management; Open Learning and Educational Support; and University of Guelph-Humber.
The university also has notable alumni including Alan Armitage (Renowned Author), Laura Bertram (Actress), Mark Bourrie (Journalist & Lawyer), Chris Banks (Poet), Edgar Archibald (Agricultural scientist), Roberta Bondar (Canada’s first female astronaut), Alissa York (Novelist), Liz Sandals (Politician), Rupan Bal (Famous Youtuber) and Kathleen Daisy Miller (Popular short-story writer). For more information https://www.gyandhan.com/schools/university-of-guelph