Potential disruption to mail service
Posted on: 07/07/16 | Author: Communications | Categories: All Posts
In the event of a disruption to Canada Post mail service, please note the following alternate accommodations for the submission and receipt of student-related documents and information:
REGISTRAR’S OFFICE | STUDENT CENTRAL | STUDENT RECORDS
Any documents that are normally mailed (transcripts, confirmation of enrollment letters, confirmation of graduation letters, Senate Appeal results correspondence, and any other general mailing) will be sent as a PDF to the student or the receiving institution by email as per instructions from the student. The emails will be sent to the student’s .webmail.uwinnipeg.ca address. The original document will be held and mailed at a later date.
Students are encouraged to request pick-up documents whenever possible.
Incoming requests can be made via fax and email.
Questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org |204.779.UWIN (8946) or 1.800.956.1824 |
AWARDS AND FINANCIAL AID
Manitoba Student Aid recipients – In anticipation of a postal service disruption, Manitoba Student Aid stopped sending items through the mail as of Monday, June 20th. Current Students will need to access their MySAO account to obtain information about their application and/or a detailed list of any required documentation. These documents can be printed from your account, or, hard copies can be picked up at either our Winnipeg or Brandon offices. For more information see their website.
Out-of-Province student aid recipients – Please contact or visit your provincial government financial aid website for more information.
Students can check the status of their application online through WebAdvisor, including such things as outstanding documents, admission status, and transfer credit. All official documentation from the University regarding your admission, can either be picked up in-person (Room 2Ri33, 491 Portage Avenue) or emailed to you, by request (email email@example.com).
High School applicants in Manitoba – for those that applied by June 1, 2016, final grades are sent electronically to the University from your high school. For those who applied after June 1, please have your school send your transcript to firstname.lastname@example.org or come in-person (Room 2Ri33, 491 Portage Avenue) with your official transcript.
All other applicants – please have your institution send a copy of your official transcript (it must come directly from the school) to email@example.com
ABORIGINAL STUDENT SERVICES CENTRE (ASSC) | INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SERVICES (ISS)
In the event of a strike, ASSC and ISS will provide (via scanning/emailing/ on-site pick up) any documents students might require. Students may contact these offices directly for further information.
PROFESSIONAL, APPLIED CONTINUING EDUCATION (PACE)
All communications regarding admissions are emailed directly to students. Incoming documents are accepted by email (scanned attachment) or in-person drop-off (or courier) at 460 Portage Avenue.
Acceptances to Graduate Studies for Fall 2016 have already been communicated to all student applicants and any subsequent communications on enrolment will come via email. Information about Winter 2017 admissions will be sent via email this Fall. The results of any outstanding scholarship competitions will be sent via email once the winners have been selected.
Any further questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
First-year students are invited to attend Orientation 2016 (August 29 – September 1). Invitations have not been mailed out due to the potential mail service disruption. In the event of a lengthy disruption, the invitations will be emailed, so first-year students should check their university email accounts.