Explore our campuses
Watch as Charles, a fourth year Science student, introduces you to the two main UM campuses. The Fort Garry campus boasts beautiful green space, amazing architecture and a diverse and welcoming student body, while the Bannatyne campus is located downtown Winnipeg and home to most of the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences.
Unique bus routes to UM campuses
Places to eat on UM campuses
Active living centre facility (12-metre climbing wall, 200-metre elevated track etc.)
Research centres, institutes and shared facilities
Discover our UM campuses
Our campuses feature contemporary facilities complemented by historic buildings that have defined the university for more than a century. Our state-of-the-art classrooms, lab spaces, recreation facilities and on-campus housing make the university an amazing place to connect, learn, and live.
Fort Garry campus
This welcoming community is like a small city within Winnipeg. Our Fort Garry campus features world-class laboratories, recreation facilities, performance spaces, classrooms, libraries, residences and more.
The campus, with its abundant green space, walking trails and mix of traditional and modern buildings, is inviting for those who study and work here and is also popular for local and international film shoots.
The Bannatyne campus is a vibrant urban community next to the Health Sciences Centre, Manitoba’s largest health-care facility, in downtown Winnipeg. This nine-building complex is home to our programs in the health professions and basic medical sciences.
Social work inner city and northern campuses
William Norrie Centre
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, helping students to serve the community.
Northern Social Work Program
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.
Get to know us
Virtual 360° tour
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.