Bader College closes for the year

Bader students to complete fall semester online

Herstmonceux Castle has been the operating ground for Bader College since the 90s. 

Bader College will be closing for the rest of the year after the discovery of several damages at Herstmonceux Castle.

On Nov. 13, Queen’s University announced Bader College will cease operations after the University learned about several structural issues at Herstmonceux Castle requiring immediate attention, including repairs to the roof.

At the same time, the University suspended recruitment and admissions for the 2024-25 academic year. The University plans for current Bader students to continue their semester online in Canada and is facilitating flights home for students starting next week, according to an email obtained by The Journal.

This is a developing story and will be updated with more information.


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