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Student Services Begin Move – Limited Services on Sept. 2

In the first phase of re-locating Student Services to a more student centric and accessible space, the following departments are slated to move on Friday, September 2, and will provide limited service during their moving day: Academic Advising/Adult Learners – Drop-in service will be available only from advisor Lee Hong in the Young Street building, …Read more >

Helping All Students Dream Big

WINNIPEG, MB – As we begin the new school year, The University of Winnipeg is proud to report that hundreds of students have been able to follow their dreams because of the unique Opportunity Fund, which offers two distinct programs: fast-track bursaries for University students and tuition-credits for elementary and high school students. The fund …Read more >

MDP Welcomes Inaugural Cohort Of Students

WINNIPEG, MB – The University of Winnipeg welcomes the inaugural cohort of 18 students in the Master’s in Development Practice (MDP) program. The students who are remarkably diverse in age, experience, and nationality, with one third self-identified as Indigenous, begin their one week orientation at the Fisher River Cree Nation (FRCN), TODAY, Friday, August 26, …Read more >

Students and faculty move into new Science Complex

WINNIPEG, MB – Professors have unpacked their boxes and students are already hard at work inside new state-of-the art labs at the Richardson College for the Environment and Science Complex at 599 Portage Avenue. Some students, like Oscar Montero, are drawn to study at The University of Winnipeg from abroad. Montero is a 3rd year …Read more >

Plugged In For Learning

WINNIPEG, MB – The University of Winnipeg is embracing emerging technologies to provide today’s students with a contemporary library experience that blends the rich tradition of print-based knowledge with state-of-the art discovery software. As students return to school this September, they will find a `first of its-kind in Manitoba’ modular Learning Commons in the library, …Read more >

UWinnipeg On `The Surge’

WINNIPEG, MB – 2011 has seen unprecedented growth and consolidation for The University of Winnipeg and there are more changes ahead for September. Over the summer, 57,000 ft2 of space on the main campus has been renovated to accommodate the following: The Faculty of Education will move from the Rice Centre building into its permanent …Read more >

Concert For Africa

The University of Winnipeg Inner-City Wesmen is a proud sponsor of: “CONCERT FOR AFRICA” with Hot 103, presented by Rana and Syed Bokhari. The world is dealing with a devastating humanitarian crisis. Show your support at a benefit concert: WHEN: Sunday, August 28th from 4 pm to 8 pm WHERE: The Lyric Theatre, Assiniboine Park …Read more >

Downtown’s Largest Bookstore Now Open

WINNIPEG, MB – The University of Winnipeg Bookstore is now open in its new location in the AnX. This new 6,000-square foot location resides inside the former bus depot at 491 Portage Avenue, which is accessed through the north side of the new Balmoral Transit Station. Significantly More Space “The Bookstore offers significantly more space …Read more >

Life-Long Learning: Rock N’ Roll To Religion

WINNIPEG, MB – From a study of film classics to current world events, The University of Winnipeg’s Division of Continuing Education 55 Plus Program offers non-credit courses that deliver know how as diverse and interesting as the students who attend them, including a new series of lectures called Eyes on the World by Global College. …Read more >

UWinnipeg Welcomes Stella’s Cafe And Bakery Downtown

WINNIPEG, MB – Students, office workers and the public who frequent Winnipeg’s downtown can now enjoy a fresh new dining option at Stella’s Cafe and Bakery, which officially opened for business on Thursday. Located inside the new Buhler Centre, Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art, in partnership with The University of Winnipeg, welcomes Stella’s Cafe …Read more >