Entrance to Port Campus (Photo: courtesy NSCAD)

NSCAD officials discuss the Windsor report

Board of governors meeting on Thursday to go over Windsor's findings


The board of governors at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD) is currently meeting to discuss the results of the Windsor report.

Howard Windsor was appointed in September by Nova Scotia's Advanced Education Minister to write a report to help decide the viability of NSCAD's status as an independent university. NSCAD is struggling with a deficit of over $2 million.

Although the report is complete, Marilyn Smulders, Director of Communications at NSCAD, said on Thursday morning that it is still not available to the public.

The purpose of today's meeting is to talk about the report and the university's future. NSCAD is over 100 years old.

Two campaigns currently underway are Friends of NSCAD and Nova Scotia Needs NSCAD. These efforts are working to support the NSCAD community and raise awareness about the financial situation. 

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