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Benefits of membership

For a minimal membership fee ($19 per term), members of St. Paul's College are offered a variety of services organized by the College, Students' Association, and Campus Ministry team. Benefits range from services and activities, such as support for spiritual life, student retreats, social events, film and speaker series, complimentary lockers, BBQs and pancake breakfasts. But the main benefit is becoming part of a small community.

Scholarships and bursaries

St. Paul’s College offers over $200,000 in scholarships, bursaries and prizes to both undergraduate and graduate student members.


College facilities include the Belltower Café, computer lab, library, chapel, classrooms and study carrels and lockers.

How to become a St. Paul’s College member

  1. Login to Aurora secure area
  2. Select “Enrollment and Academic Records”
  3. Select “Declarations”
  4. Select “Declare College Membership”
  5. Select “Add” to add new membership
  6. Select "St. Paul’s College" as your college of choice and click “Submit”

Ways to get involved

Study carrels and lockers

Study carrels

St. Paul's College (SPC) provides its students with private study carrels located in a locked room. The carrel room is located on the first floor of SPC. Carrels are awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis. Each student who is awarded a carrel is given a key code to the carrel room and is charged a fee for maintenance.

The deadline for study carrel applications is September 5. Any applications received after that date will be added to a waiting list.

Payment and access to carrels will begin in September. Personal ID must be presented at time of rental. Fee for September to April is $45.


St. Paul's College Students' Association (SPCSA) offers its members a locker at no extra cost! Locker sign up takes place in the cafeteria at a table from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. during the first two weeks of classes in September.

Non-members can also get a locker at the college for $25, which is lower than other locker fees on campus.

For inquiries about lockers, please contact the SPCSA.

Programs of study

There are a number of University of Manitoba programs that are provided in conjunction with St. Paul's College.

The Paulinian
St. Paul's College also features it's own student newspaper, the Paulinian, which features articles written by students for students.