Integrated student services in a single location

The University of Winnipeg is integrating its student services to provide a better student experience, in a single location.

On Tuesday, December 8th UWinnipeg’s new “Student Services Centre” will open at 489 Portage Avenue in the Rice Centre. The majority of campus student services will be located on the first two floors of the building, with easy access among the following resources and offices:

FIRST FLOOR, RICE CENTRE

SECOND FLOOR, RICE CENTRE

  • Academic Advising
  • Adult Learner Services
  • Campus Living
  • Convocation Officer
  • Registrar’s Office (Graduate Studies)
  • Student Financial Services *
  • Student Central *
  • Student Services Communications
  • Admissions
  • Awards and Financial Aid
  • Career Services
  • Strategic Enrolment Management
  • Student Records
  • Student Recruitment and Institutional Relations
  • Wellness and Student Life

* Note: To facilitate this relocation, all of the above-listed units will be closed on Friday, December 4 and Monday, December 7 — except for Student Central and Student Financial Services, which will remain open in their existing locations until their move to 489 Portage Avenue on Tuesday, December 15.

Debbie Machula, the Examinations Assistant, will not be moving until after the end of the Fall exam period, so faculty will continue to pick up exams and drop off nominal rolls in the Student Records Office in Ashdown Hall.  Accessibility Services will also not be moving at this time so faculty will continue to provide exams for students with accessibility issues to the Accessibility Services Office in Ashdown Hall.

Please note that all office phone numbers will remain the same.

A second phase of office/unit relocations is planned for early 2016. Details will be communicated to the UWinnipeg community once  finalized in the new year.

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3 Comments

  • Huong said...

    I had made a complaint earlier this year to the UWSA about the noise seeping from the radio broadcasting room into what is supposed to be a “quiet” reading room. In fact, Bernice’s Reading Room is really the only designated quiet space on campus. With the relocation of the student services offices, I am writing to inquire if a diffident space will be allocated for the radio broadcasting office? Or if that idea has been seriously looked into?
    Thank you.

    • Communications said...

      The campus radio station is not part of the Student Services relocation.