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UWinnipeg Proud to Support Folklorama

WINNIPEG, MB – The University of Winnipeg is honoured to be partnering with the Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council and Manito Ahbee to present and host the INAUGURAL DOTC First Nations Pavilion in The University of Winnipeg’s Riddell Hall, 515 Portage Avenue, which runs until August 7, 2010 as part of Folklorama 2010. This air-conditioned pavilion …Read more >

New Scholarships Support Residential School Survivors And Descendants

WINNIPEG, MB – The University of Winnipeg is now accepting applications for two new scholarships valued at $5,000 each, created to honour and support Indigenous students who are descendants of survivors of residential schools or who themselves are residential school survivors. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada Scholarship will be awarded annually to one …Read more >

Civic holiday – university closed

The University of Winnipeg will be closed on Monday, August 2, 2010 for the Civic Holiday. The University will reopen on Tuesday, August 3, 2010.  

Bookstore and AnX update

THE Anx AT 491 Portage Avenue (FORMER GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT)  The University is currently renovating 42,000 square feet on the main floor at 491 Portage Avenue. The University is creating a new, modern 6,000-square foot bookstore inside the former bus depot, which will be the anchor tenant in a retail plaza. The AnX will also …Read more >

Ventura Homes donates $70,000 to learning centre in India

Local company to partner with UWinnipeg on unique initiative WINNIPEG, MB – Winnipeg company Ventura Custom Homes Ltd. today announced that it is donating $70,000 towards the development of a learning centre for women in Village Bhanohar in the Punjab Region of India. The centre will be produced in partnership with The University of Winnipeg …Read more >

Rot and Roll Compost Garden Party

Everyone is invited to the `Rot and Roll’ Compost Garden Party, a free concert featuring  Jane’s Party , Canada’s newest folk-pop sensation, on Thursday July 29, 2010 at 6:00 pm on the Spence Promenade. The festivities celebrate composting, veggie gardening and the community’s involvement. Everyone is encouraged to bring their lawn chairs and a donation for …Read more >

UWinnipeg Dean’s Findings Released In UNICEF Report

WINNIPEG, MB – A review Protecting Children from Violence in Sport was released today by UNICEF’s Innocenti Research Centre, based in Florence, Italy. The report focuses on three years of research by some of the world’s top sport scientists, child rights experts and child advocates, including the findings of Sandra Kirby, UWinnipeg’s Associate Vice-President (Research) …Read more >

Don’t wait. Register now!

Accepted students with registration times should register now to ensure they get the courses they want Students who have been accepted to UWinnipeg should register for Fall & Winter courses as soon as possible to their assigned registration day and time in order to ensure that they will courses and time slots they desire. University …Read more >

Having Trouble Registering?

Updated June 17, 2015 Are you a new first year student who would like help with your next steps? If you need course information, guidance, or time-table help, here are some resources for you: Attend a First-Year Information Session – sign up here: FYI session Use the Accepted Students Website – go here: Accepted Students …Read more >