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Update provides college with mobile-friendly website

The online presence of St. Andrew’s College has a fresh new face. Based on the design used by all colleges at the University of Saskatchewan the new standrews.ca website was launched in early December.

The online presence of St. Andrew’s College has a fresh new face.

Based on the design used by all colleges at the University of Saskatchewan the new standrews.ca website was launched in early December. The site features a cleaner, more streamlined look and provides easier navigation for users. And at a time when the ability to access information from a phone or tablet is a priority, the new site provides a mobile-friendly experience for users while still providing a full range of information about the college and its community.

The website is one of the college’s key communication vehicles, providing information to both current and prospective students as well as the wider college and church communities.

Information about all of the college’s programs is included as part of the site, along with regular course offerings, intensive and online courses. Important information for students such as course policies, fees and living in residency is also available.

Those seeking information about how to support the work of the college through one-time, on-going or legacy donations can find details under the Donors & Alumni tab.

The website also provides regular updates about college news and activities through an improved news feed. It is the home to the college’s online bookstore that offers the purchase of books required for courses as well as many of the publications by college faculty.

Content and information will continue to be added in the coming weeks as the website evolves to meet the changing needs of the college community.

As a result of the redesign and reorganization some regular users may experience broken links or incorrect bookmarks. Internet search results may also provide broken links during the first weeks after the launch until the site has been fully catalogued by search engines.

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