Being a part of the university is more than just academics, it’s about being part of a community. There are many ways to get involved and be recognized for your work both in and out of the classroom.
At the U of M you are part of a diverse, vibrant, respectful and dynamic mosaic. With more than 28,000 students, faculty and staff at the Fort Garry and Bannatyne campuses and throughout the province, there’s no shortage of friends to be made, or communities to get involved with. You’ll find people who share your outlook and interests, your culture, perspective or your passion.
Our students are adventurers, trailblazers, innovators, risk-takers. From Bison Sports and intramurals to culture, politics, and experiential learning, you can get involved in the more than 110 student groups both on campus and off--or start your own. Resources and spaces such as Indigenous Connect and the International Centre for Students are available to all students.
And like other communities, the U of M provides a healthy infrastructure to serve your needs while on campus. Safety, security, sustainability are only a few of the community supports that you’ll find at the U of M.