You can contact The University of Winnipeg Admissions Department at 204.779.8946 or admissions:@:uwinnipeg.ca.
After you have applied to and been accepted by The University of Winnipeg, the Admissions Department will send you a letter informing you of your acceptance, including your registration date and time. All registration is through The University of Winnipeg. If you have not received any communication from The University of Winnipeg Admissions Department, and you sent in your application a while ago, please contact the Admissions Department at 204.779.8946 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration for Fall and Winter courses generally begins in the middle of June and runs through the summer. Winter registration occurs in December and the beginning of January. Spring term registration is in March.
If you are interested in a specific program, we encourage you to take the prerequisite course(s) in your first year. Introductory courses provide a good overview and can often pique an interest in a certain subject area. As you take your introductory courses, think about the topics that are most interesting and which other courses you might want to take for your major. Always consult The University of Winnipeg's Academic Calendar or the Menno Simons College Academic Advisor to make sure you take all the courses required for the major.
It is also a good idea to get an early start on your required courses in science, academic writing, social sciences, and humanities. Meeting with an Academic Advisor regularly - at least once a year - will help ensure you are selecting the right courses. To make an appointment with a University of Winnipeg Academic Advisor, please call 204.786.9257.
At this time Menno Simons College does not have student housing. However, students have housing options through both The University of Winnipeg (204.786.9900) and Canadian Mennonite University (204.487.3300).
Menno Simons College is a college of Canadian Mennonite University and is affiliated with The University of Winnipeg. This means that Menno Simons College offers courses at The University of Winnipeg and, to take courses, you register through The University of Winnipeg and pay all fees to The University of Winnipeg. Menno Simons College faculty and staff are administered and paid by Canadian Mennonite University.
There are a number of benefits to being a Menno Simons College student:
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