Student Life offers a variety of programs that will enhance your student experience. Our focus is to:
Orientation is the coordinated efforts on behalf of the University of Manitoba to help you make a seamless and meaningful transition.
The University of Manitoba Student Leadership Development Programs provide U of M students with the opportunity to develop comprehensive leadership skills by exploring a multitude of leadership techniques, theories and models through interactive workshops and activities.
Mentorship & Volunteering
Student Life office, 225 UMSU University Centre, Phone: 204-474-9093
Community Service-Learning programs bring students and communities together through volunteer work, social justice education, and critical reflection. By fostering strong reciprocal relations with local and international partners, CSL creates ethical opportunities for students to learn and travel while contributing to the wellbeing of communities.
Check out our programs if you are interested in:
Get involved with communities in Manitoba:
Work and learn with communities abroad:
Deepen your social justice knowledge and skills:
Community Service-Learning, 203 FitzGerald Building, Phone: 204-474-6992
By participating in university approved activities you'll gain recognition on your CCR.
The International Centre (IC) is your one-stop shop for everything international. Here, you can learn about international opportunities like exchanges, take part in intercultural programs, and join in fun events. We also provide support to international students--from orientation to graduation--offering advising sessions, workshops, and fun programming.
At the International Centre you can:
If you are an international student, we're here to help you:
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Check out our events page to learn about deadlines, upcoming events, and more.
The International Centre, 541 UMSU University Centre, Phone: 204-474-8501
The University of Manitoba Students' Union (UMSU) is the largest students' association in the province. UMSU represents the needs of more than 26,000 undergraduate students and advocates on your behalf to university administration and all levels of government. UMSU enhances student life and builds a stronger campus community through social events, student groups, campaigns, five businesses and over thirty-five services. Help shape your time at university and sign up to Volunteer with UMSU.
UMSU, 101 UMSU University Centre, Phone: 204-474-6822
So, who are we? Peers: Students Helping Students (SHS) is an approachable and confidential resource for students who have questions, need to talk with someone about personal issues, want information on different issues or topics, or have academic questions or concerns. Peers are:
All services are confidential and are available to all student members of the university community at no charge. Peers: SHS work on a drop-in basis, so feel free to stop by or call us. The Peers: SHS program is funded by UMSU.
Peers: Students Helping Students, 150 UMSU University Centre, Phone: 204-474-6696
The University of Manitoba Graduate Students' Association (UMGSA) is the student governed association representing graduate students at the U of M and functions on all of its affiliate campuses. With roughly 4,000 members completing graduate work in over 90 different disciplines, the UMGSA is the official voice of graduate students at the U of M.
The UMGSA is guided by its vision, goals and governing documents, all of which focus on promoting and providing graduate student advocacy, offering services and support to students, as well as developing and encouraging involvement in the graduate student community. To learn what services are available to you such as department grants, conference grants, advocacy services, social events, printing services and awards, amongst others. Or, to find out how to become involved as a committee member, councillor for your department, or volunteer for events, or for any other information, please feel free to contact us or drop in to our office in UMSU University Centre.
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