Discover the University of Manitoba and explore our beautiful Fort Garry campus through in-person or online options.
Founded in 1877, the University of Manitoba is the oldest university in Western Canada. With two main campuses in Winnipeg, the UM grounds offer a stunning blend of traditional and modern architecture designed to encourage exploration and inspire learning.
Our campuses feature new, modern facilities complemented by historic buildings that have defined the university for more than a century. We offer state-of-the-art classrooms, lab experiences, recreation facilities and on-campus housing against the backdrop of over 140 years of outstanding student experiences.
Almost like a small city within Winnipeg, there's always something new to discover on the Fort Garry campus. You'll find world-class laboratories, recreation facilities, performance spaces, classrooms, libraries, residences and more.
The Fort Garry campus features abundant green space, walking trails and a mix of traditional and modern buildings so picturesque that it's not uncommon to see film sets on location.
The Bannatyne campus is a vibrant urban community adjacent to the Health Sciences Centre. Serving our province’s future health professionals, this nine-building complex focuses on collaboration across disciplines.
The William Norrie Centre on Selkirk Avenue is the campus for social work education for inner-city residents. The centre is a focal point for social work education, teaching students to serve the community.
Located in Manitoba’s beautiful north, the Northern Social Work Program in Thompson is an extension of the Faculty of Social Work on the Fort Garry Campus.