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Student supports

Specific supports for

Study and meal spaces on campus during COVID-19

Study space is available throughout campus on a first-come first-served basis.

  • College of Pharmacy
    264 Apotex Building
    (21 seats)

  • College of Rehabilitation Sciences
    Brodie mezzanine
    (13 seats)

  • Dr. Gerald Niznick College of Dentistry
    D022 and D023C
    (18 seats)

  • Max Rady College of Medicine
    105 and 109 Brodie Lounge study carrels
    (41 seats)

The following common areas are available for students to eat lunch. Please note, there is a capacity of 64 students at the same time in these areas combined.

  • Apotex Centre
    First, second and third floor atriums

  • Joe Doupe Concourse
    Second floor, Basic Science Medical Building

Student culture and groups

College of Rehabilitation Sciences student groups

The college is home to two of its own student groups, the College of Rehabilitation Sciences student council and the Master of Science: Rehabilitation Sciences graduate student group. Students will be introduced to these groups during the first week of classes.

College of Rehabilitation Sciences student council

A student council is the voice of the student body. In addition to planning events that contribute to school spirit and community welfare, you’ll gain vital leadership skills as you advocate for your peers on the issues and concerns most important to your college.

Master of Science: Rehabilitation Sciences graduate student group

This group represents the interests and opinions of students enrolled in the Master of Science: Rehabilitation Sciences program college level (CoRS Student Council) and the university level (HSGSA) and coordinates student events.

Additional student groups

Equity, diversity and inclusion

Supporting collaborative practice

Contact us

Dean's office

College of Rehabilitation Sciences
R106 - 771 McDermot Avenue
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3E 0T6 Canada

204-789-3897
204-789-3927