Becoming a member of St. Paul's College can be done at any time by declaring a St. Paul's College membership in your Aurora Student Account.
Information and applications for admission to the University of Manitoba can be found on the University of Manitoba Admissions website.
Why Become a Member?
St. Paul's College has a yearly membership of approximately 1,200 students, which students from a variety of faculties and schools at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. The College serves as a home base for students as they explore a multitude of opportunities and resources available within the College and University of Manitoba. St. Paul's College promotes academic excellence to form mature and responsible citizens, and represents the Catholic heritage and ideals within the university setting.
Benefits of Membership
For a minimal membership fee ($19 per term), members of St. Paul's College are offered a variety of services organized by the College, Students' Association, and Campus Ministry team. Benefits range from services and activities such as: support for spiritual life, student retreats, social events, film and speaker series, complimentary lockers, BBQs and pancake breakfasts, and becoming part of a small community.
Scholarship and Bursaries
St. Paul’s College offers over $90,000 of scholarships, bursaries and prizes to both undergraduate and graduate student members.
College facilities include the Belltower Café, computer lab, library, chapel, study carrel rooms, locker area, and classrooms.
How to become a St. Paul’s College Member
Log onto your Aurora Student account and follow the steps below:
• “Enter Secure Area”
• Type your 7-digit Student Number
• Type your Personal Identification Number (PIN)
• Select “Login”
• Select “Enrollment and Academic Records”
• Select “Declarations”
• Select “Declare College Membership”
• Select “Add” to add new membership
• Select "St. Paul’s College" as your college of choice and click “Submit”
Congratulations, you are now a member of St. Paul's College!
International students seeking information regarding postgraduate programs should contact the University of Manitoba International Admissions.
The Arthur V. Mauro Centre for Peace and Justice at St. Paul’s College offers a Joint M.A. Program in Peace and Conflict Studies (governed jointly by the University of Manitoba and the University of Winnipeg) and Canada's only Ph.D. program in Peace and Conflict Studies. For more information, please visit the Arthur V. Mauro Centre for Peace and Justice website.
For more information on postgraduate programs, please contact University of Manitoba Graduate Studies.