macewan means business

Building for everyone

MacEwan has always been grounded in a place of great potential. We’ve helped shape generations of business leaders, entrepreneurs, healthcare workers, athletes, artists and so many more. We believe in our students and their ambition because they are always striving for growth and so are we. As part of our strategic vision, Teaching Greatness, we plan to grow, on average, by 5 percent each year for the next 10 years, reaching 30,000 students by 2030.

We are almost at capacity now and ready to break ground again. Join us and help build Edmonton and Alberta’s future—it’s never been stronger.

Read our Strategic Vision

Building for community

We asked members of our MacEwan community what MacEwan means to them. Hear from Stephan Vasquez, VP Academic, SAMU.

See more videos of MacEwan people talking about how MacEwan means business on our YouTube playlist.

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30,000

students by 2030

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$25m

$25 million, capital fundraising campaign

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2026

proposed completion date

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376,000

square feet of learning space

In the news

The new business building will ensure the university can prepare the great young leaders the city and province need to thrive economically, socially and culturally.
Rob Seidel, Capital Fundraising Co-chair, Canada Managing Partner of DLA Piper

Meet our campaign co-chairs

john dayFollowing a distinguished legal career with Fraser Milner Casgrain, John is now known for his work as a businessman and commercial real estate developer. With a long history of supporting MacEwan University, serving as Chair of the Board of Governors from 2010 to 2016, John is passionate about the revitalization of Edmonton's downtown. John is founding Chair of Edmonton Global and former Chair of the Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation. Raised in Edmonton, John has a history of building community connections that have inspired our city's growth and development.

robert seidel Robert (Rob) Seidel is currently serving his fifth consecutive elected three-year term as Managing Partner for DLA Piper Canada. Rob is a former chair of the Grant MacEwan University Foundation. Rob also served on the Board of Governors for MacEwan University from 2002 to 2008. Rob's areas of practice include corporate/commercial law, and providing strategic advice to senior executives, boards and elected officials.

 

Location

The new business building will be located on the southeast corner of 105 Avenue and 109 Street, north of the Christenson Family Centre for Sport and Wellness and the SAMU Building.

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Interested in supporting our campaign?

To learn more about this exciting initiative or to donate to the campaign, email Kevin Fitzgerald, Associate Vice-President, Alumni and Development.

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