Evening of Excellence
Evening of Excellence - October 30, 2018

 

Join us on-campus for our special evening for high-achieving high school students! If you are a student who excels in the classroom, as a volunteer, or as a leader in your school or community, then the Evening of Excellence is for you! Parents, family, friends, and mature learners are also welcome to attend this evening information fair.

  • Explore our academic programs
  • Connect with faculty, staff and current U of M students
  • Learn about the university application process
  • Find out about scholarship opportunities and awards
  • Discover our welcoming and dynamic Indigenous community
When: Tuesday, October 30th, 2018
Where: 2nd floor, UMSU University Centre
University of Manitoba, Fort Garry Campus – Winnipeg, MB
Time: 6:00pm-8:30pm

Students are required to RSVP for this event.  Information about the event, including parking details, will be sent to the email address included in your registration form.

Click here to register.

Free parking is available for guests in the Q student parking lot.  The Q student parking lot is located on the north side of campus off of Dysart Road, east of St. Andrew's College and north of St. Paul's College and St. John's College.  Click here for a map with directions to event parking (PDF).

Academic Fair:

Meet one on one with current U of M students, staff and faculty in our academic fair. All of the University of Manitoba's academic programs and most major support providers will have booths here, enabling you to ask questions and gather information about the study options and university services that most interest you.

Admissions Information:

Learn more about the university application process, or get started on your online application with the help of our staff.

Indigenous Community:

Indigenous students, adult learners, and their family and friends are encouraged to connect with our staff in the Indigenous Community area to learn more about everything university has to offer.  Discover our welcoming and dynamic Indigenous community, learn about Indigenous programming, explore academic options, student supports, and services, and find out about scholarship opportunities and awards.  Contact the Indigenous Student Recruitment team at Indigenous.Community@umanitoba.ca for more information.

Presentations & Tours:

Experience a university classroom setting by attending a presentation focused on preparing for university and scholarship and award opportunities.  Tours of our student residences will also be available.

Tuition Prize Draw:

Enter to win a $1,000 tuition prize to help pay for your 2019 tuition fees!

For more information, please contact:

Kyle Lougheed
Lead Student Recruitment Officer
Phone: 204-474-8929
Email: Kyle.Lougheed@umanitoba.ca