Students inside the University of Manitoba Bannatyne campus Buhler Atrium.

Our campuses

Traditional Territories Acknowledgement

The University of Manitoba is located on original lands of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. We respect the Treaties that were made on these territories, we acknowledge the harms and mistakes of the past and we dedicate ourselves to move forward in partnership with Indigenous communities in a spirit of reconciliation and collaboration.


Our campuses

Indigenous spaces on campus

The University of Manitoba is committed to weaving Indigenous perspectives and knowledges across our campuses and building respectful relationships with Indigenous communities. In addition to several dedicated Indigenous spaces, Indigenous planning and design principles were created under the guidance of an Indigenous Advisory Committee and Subcommittee.

The Cultural Landscape of the Fort Garry Campus recognizes the precolonial Indigenous and environmental histories of the lands as visible and significant components of the campus environment, and as a crucial part of campus’s culture, heritage and identity. This document offers additional themes, ideas and issues to be explored and built upon when undertaking planning and design work.

Other Winnipeg locations

Northern Manitoba

Rural Manitoba

Booking space on campus

  • Booking space for non-academic purposes

    To book a space at U of M for non-academic purposes, please use Astra Schedule. 

    How to book space at U of M


  • Outdoor spaces

    Outdoor spaces for events can be booked by faculties, departments, administrative units, students and UMSU recognized clubs and associations.    

    Booking outdoor spaces at U of M

  • Special functions

    We offer a wide variety of services and space around campus for special functions, as well as room bookings in UMSU University Centre.

    Book catering, conferences and more

Filming on campus

The University of Manitoba’s picturesque campus contains numerous potential film location sites and occasionally allows use of its facilities to members of the film industry. Requests to film on any premises owned by the University of Manitoba must be made to:

Contact the Office of the Associate Vice-President (Administration)

Film Liaison Policy (PDF)

Places and Spaces

At the University of Manitoba, we believe investments in infrastructure demonstrate a commitment to people and their success. Our physical environments can be incubators for inspiration, and our newest places and spaces will focus on bringing great minds from multiple disciplines together to explore innovative solutions. When you make a gift to Places and Spaces in our Front and Centre Campaign, you will help us:

  • Upgrade libraries, classrooms and laboratories
  • Build the new Integrated Health Education Complex
  • Construct the Desautels Concert Hall

Make a gift