Student Supports

There are various support services to help you with everything from personal to career counseling, finding a job, student groups, religious, cultural, reading, writing and academic supports as well as a help center dedicated to only first year students.

Find out how they can help you!

Indigenous Student Centre Provides student support consistent with the culture and values of aboriginal peoples.
Career Services Assists students with career planning, employment searches and information on co-op and internship opportunities.
Chaplains Association Provides open door services and seminars on all religious and personal issues.
Accessibility Services Offers special supports and services to provide students with a more accessible learning environment.
English Language Centre Provides English language instruction and university preparation for international students preparing to study at the University of Manitoba.
Faculty/School Advisors Provides students with guidance on topics such as registering for courses and explaining degree requirements. Also assist students with the academic choices in their chosen faculty.
International Centre for Students Provides both support for international students as well as offers exchange programs and international opportunities to work abroad.
Academic Learning Centre Serves all University of Manitoba students. Students are invited to access the resources available on the ALC webpage, make an appointment for individual tutoring, and/or attend workshops in order to further develop academic strengths and skills in writing, learning and research.
Peers Designed as a peer support organization where experienced students can help other students with the many challenges that face them in university.
Student Advocacy Assists students with their university rights and responsibilities.
Student Counselling & Career Centre Offers personal, couple, family and career counseling as well as other resources to help with career exploration.
Student Groups Offer students the opportunity to meet other students with similar interests and/or cultural backgrounds.
University 1 Student Help Centre Helps new students make the best possible transition to university with advisors who assist with program choices.