WELCOME TO MINI U PROGRAMS 2015

The University of Manitoba is a place where students come to define themselves, and Mini U prepares children and youth for this journey. For 36 years, we've captured their imaginations and encouraged them to explore our amazing world. Here, they can discover the sciences, connect with their creativity, develop physical activity and leadership skills. 

Mini U encourages 4 to 16-year-olds to define themselves as trailblazers, innovators or visionaries. Register today for a physical activity program that will unlock your child's potential and open up a world of possibilities. 

Experience a Day Program Like No Other

STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITIES AND LESSONS THAT WILL LAST A LIFETIME

Mini U provides an incomparable experience. Participants get to enjoy the university's nationally-renowned facilities under the guidance and mentorship of skilled, caring staff.

We offer 62 different day programs in a number of areas, including animation, arts, film, sports, dance, martial arts, technology, sicnece, engineering, recreation and leadership training.

WHO WE ARE

Mini U is part of the Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management. We are qualified and trained physical activity educators focused on recreation, research and community development. University of Manitoba staff put on these programs with the help of 250 enthusiastic university students and a number of community partners.

WHAT WE DO

We develop educated leaders in children/youth physical activity while providing excellent and inclusive recreation/sport and educational experiences to young people. In addition to these experiences you may be interested in our offered transportation to and from the University of Manitoba, healthy lunch menu and Play 4 Your Health t-shirts for every participant.

WHY WE DO IT

We believe that Mini U creates physical activity leaders and future university students. Our health and education is an important part of who we are and who we can become. We want to create a safe place where young people can play, learn and discover. 

Spring/Summer 2015 Welcome Letter (PDF)