• Two students study together inside Migizii Agamik.


    The Neechiwaken Indigenous Peer Mentor Program helps first-year students transition to university life by promoting student engagement and a sense of belonging on campus. Connect with current students and familiarize yourself with campus with the support of a mentor.

  • An image of University Centre in fall, on UM's Fort Garry campus.

    Student clubs

    Connecting with other students is an invaluable way of navigating your academic journey and feeling a sense of community during your studies. Several groups have been established by and for Indigenous students. Join them to explore peer-to-peer support as well as resources for academic, financial, emotional and spiritual needs.

  • Participants of Orange Shirt Day march together at the University of Manitoba Fort Garry campus.


    The University of Manitoba is committed to the journey of Reconciliation and to advancing Indigenous rights, research and scholarship. Explore the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation, which houses the largest collection of Indigenous oral history and documents on the residential school system and its legacy in the country.

It is by facing challenges that I grow the most. It pushes me to grow as a person, personally and academically. Throughout my career now, I consistently want to find challenges.
Carter WilsonPeguis First Nation, MB, Asper School of Business

Contact us

Indigenous student recruitment
Migizii Agamik
114 Sidney Smith Street
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry campus)
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2