• 7,377 donors from 19 countries

    Thousands of donors from around the world have been inspired to spark change through gifts to UM

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    2,770

    First-time donors

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    $66 Million

    Total raised in 2021/22

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    $724,983

    Given by faculty, staff and retirees

  • icon money

    $879 Million

    Current value of Endowment Fund

Vivian Umeohabike.

Nursing grads give back

Senior Stick Vivian Umeohabike set to join health care workforce next year thanks to donor-funded scholarships.

Read Vivian's full story

Keenan Karish.

The power of scholarships

Bisons football player, Keenan Karish, became the first UM student-athlete to receive a BMO Indigenous Leader of Tomorrow Scholarship.

Read Keenan's full story

Being awarded this scholarship reminds me of how fortunate I am to be surrounded by wonderful people with big hearts and a desire to change the world.
Bich Ha Dongrecipient of the Babs Asper Memorial Scholarship for Peace and Conflict Studies
Mr. and Mrs. W.K. Kwan.

Bursary in honour of hardworking parents continues legacy

The children of Mr. and Mrs. Wing Kwan established a bursary in tribute to their parents, who taught them the value of hard work, furthering their education and supporting others along the way.

Learn more about the bursary

Illustration of Shannon Mustard.

Climate change soil studies benefit from new facility

Soil sciences grad student Shannon Mustard is finding new ways for farmers to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Her work will find a home in the new Prairie Crops and Soils Research Facility, to be built on the Fort Gary campus.

Learn more about Shannon's research

I am now filled with confidence due to this valuable award. I wish one day, when my kid is about to give up on their dream, they remember how their father carried on and finally achieved this goal.
Nick Gaorecipient of the A.N. Campbell Scholarship
Three students studying at a table.

Qualico Bridge to Success Program

Nurturing the spiritual, physical, mental and emotional strengths of Indigenous students so they can be as successful as possible in their first year of study. 

Read more about Qualico's support

Stu Clark with Asper MBA students.

Decades of supporting the big ideas of entrepreneurs

This year, the donor-funded Stu Clark Centre for Entrepreneurship at the Asper School of Business celebrates 25 years. Through the Centre, students have honed their big ideas, helping to drive the local, provincial and national economy.

Learn more about the Centre

You've enabled someone like me to ascend to a level of excellence I never deemed possible. Thank you.
Adam Dmytriwrecipient of the Bruce D. Campbell Bursary

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