UMASA - University of Manitoba Aboriginal Students Association

The University of Manitoba Aboriginal Students Association (UMASA) is non-profit organization created to help support our students at the University of Manitoba. Our goal is to help make University life a pleasant one. UMASA provides personal and moral support to all our members, Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal.

UMASA provides support and information on Aboriginal issues by planning and organizing recreational, political, and cultural events throughout the year. All registered U of M students who support these initiatives are encouraged to join.

UMASA also provides our members with a lounge to gather, meet, and relax. The UMASA Lounge is located in Room 195, Helen Glass Centre.

2018-2019 Executive

Female Co-President: Alannah Mckay -

Male Co-President: Brendan Wood -

Male Co-Vice President: Taz McKay -

Secretary: Ashley Daniels -

Director of Finance: Shayla Hourie -


All U of M students are encouraged to become members of UMASA. By emailing the UMASA council at, students can access membership forms and up-to-date information.

Room 109 - 114 Sidney Smith St.
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB
Canada R3T 2N2
Ph: 204-474-8396

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