The University of Manitoba spans two campuses, offering more than 100 programs at the undergraduate and graduate level. Four colleges provide facilities to create a community within a community at the University of Manitoba: St. Andrews College (Ukrainian Orthodox), St. Johns College (Anglican), St. Pauls College (Roman Catholic), and University College (secular).
Eleven physical libraries and one virtual library provide support to the teaching, learning and research needs of the University of Manitoba community; offering access to a comprehensive collection, including digital and archival resources as well as online research publications.
Provides information and analysis to support senior management's decision making and policy development.
A multi-faceted, comprehensive unit designed to facilitate and improve student success by enhancing the educational experiences of first year students.
Enrolment Services includes four Student Affairs units: Admissions, Student Recruitment, Financial Aid & Awards, and the English Language Centre.
The Registrar's Office delivers information and services to facilitate student services and success.
A division of Student Affairs that is dedicated to engaging students on campus as well as providing them with access and opportunities to academic and non-academic success. Units include Student Life, Career Services, University 1 First Year Cenre, and the Academic Learning Centre.
A division of Student Affairs that provides a range of services intended to provide a holistic approach to student health and wellness and provide support services to students. This includes Student Advocacy and Accessibility, PlayCare, Student Counselling Centre, University Health Service, Health and Wellness, Services for Students at the Bannatyne Campus, Chaplains, and the Campus Mental Health Strategy.
Initiates and organizes a wide range of activities related to teaching and learning.
Publishes innovative and exceptional books for scholars and lovers of quality. Canadian non-fiction.