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 ► Living in Residence

Everyone needs a place to call home. A place where they feel safe, comfortable and have all the comforts and facilities they need to thrive. Many of our students must leave their families and friends to come to the University of Manitoba to pursue their dreams. Our residence facilities become their home away from home while they’re here.

 ► Message to High School Principals & Counsellors

If your students are interested in living on-campus in one of our four Residences, please encourage them to apply early. Space is limited and applications are taken in order of submission. Students can apply to live in residence even before they are accepted to the University of Manitoba. Please see this link for more details. It would be helpful if you could add our Student Residences website link to your school newsletter and website.

 ► About University 1

University 1 is a distinct feature of the University of Manitoba - no other university in Canada provides students the freedom of the University 1 approach to first year studies. University 1 provides a first year that is as unique as each student's interests and abilities. Your first year of university is a big step toward accomplishing your future goals and the University of Manitoba is committed to helping you succeed.

 ► Student Guide

Your Student Guide for being a student at the University of Manitoba.

This is your guide to the services, information, policies and procedures - and the people - to help you feel comfortable in your surroundings. We want you to learn and grow. The Guide tells you what the resources are and where to find them. It gives advice on your health and well-being and lists the policies and procedures that directly affect you. In short, it can help to answer your questions or to find the people who can answer them for you.

 ► Get More, Do More, Be More

BE MORE... Discover how the University of Manitoba offers you more learning, opportunity, and freedom.  Meet real students, see videos, and read blogs...

Publication:  Viewbook

 ► Student Affairs Research Reports

The Student Affairs Research Reports convey information about annual surveys coordinated through the U of M's participation in the Canadian University Survey Consortium (CUSC). The U of M is a founding member of CUSC and annually participates in the surveys of students that focus on, according to a three year cycle, first year students, undergraduate students and graduating students.

Please click here for past reports.


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