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Counsellors' Seminar: Held annually in September, this professional development day for counsellors provides updates on admission requirements, scholarships and U of M programs.
Evening of Excellence: Every October we welcome high-achieving high school students and their friends and family to learn about scholarships and awards, visit our academic fair and meet U of M students and faculty.
Open House: High school students, school groups, mature learners and parents are invited to explore campus and experience a day in the life of a university student at our annual open house in February.
Presentations and Outreach
Student Recruitment visits schools in the fall (October-November) and spring (May-June) for in-class presentations. Contact us for more information about a presentation at your school.
Group campus tours for school groups are also available upon request throughout the year. Contact us for more information or to book a tour.
Support for Indigenous Students
The Indigenous student recruitment team is available to help Indigenous students transition from high school to university. Services include:
*Note that students applying from high school who have never before attended university will apply for admission to a Direct Entry program. Students require at least one year of post-secondary study to apply for admission to an Advanced Entry program.
**Note that high school pre-requisites denote high school course work that a student requires in order to take specific university courses in their chosen program once at university.
For a list of staff contacts, click here.
For more information on our Indigenous student recruitment, click here.