We're here to help

If anything in your personal or academic life is affecting your studies, contact our confidential intake assistant. Everything you tell us is kept completely confidential.

We do our utmost to respond to all inquiries by phone or email within 24 hours.

We can help you if you face an allegation of academic misconduct

  • The University of Manitoba takes academic integrity seriously. As a member of the International Centre for Academic Integrity, the university defines academic integrity as a commitment to six fundamental values: honesty, trust, fairness, respect, responsibility and courage.

    Technology and modern life can make it difficult to act with integrity. If you face an allegation of academic misconduct, call our confidential intake assistant as soon as possible so a student advocate can help you navigate the process.

    If you would like to do some self-directed research before your appointment with a student advocate, here are some resources:

    How an academic misconduct investigation works

We can help you navigate university policies and procedures

The university's policies and procedures can be confusing. If you find yourself in need of help, call our confidential intake assistant to make an appointment with a student advocate.


If you would like to do some self-directed research before your appointment with a student advocate, here are some resources:

Academic probation or suspension is based on the unique requirements of the program you are in. Speak to your faculty’s advisor as soon as possible if you feel you will not be able to meet your program’s requirements or come talk to us at Student Advocacy.

We can help you advocate for your rights

If you need help navigating policies related to disability and accessibility, if you face racism, sexism or harassment, call our confidential intake assistant to book an appointment with a student advocate.


If you would like to do some self-directed research before your appointment with a student advocate, here are some resources:

We can help if you are facing an emergency or crisis in your life

Student Advocacy works closely with Case Management to provide you with crisis support if you are experiencing or have experienced:

  • financial concerns including homelessness and food insecurity
  • mental health concerns
  • addiction
  • sexual violence
  • concern for your your safety on or off campus

Our team

Information for faculty and staff

Contact us

Student Advocacy
Room 520 UMSU University Centre
65 Chancellor's Circle
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry campus) 
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada

204-474-7423