Current Events On Campus
Winter Bike To Work Day & Jack Frost Challenge
Visit umanitoba.ca/sustainability for more information on these and more great events.
Spiritual Care Workshop
Ever wondered… ‘What is it all about?’ ‘Who am I, truly?’ ‘What should I do with my life?’
Spiritual Care can help you explore possible responses to these questions. Come and hear how the Spiritual Care department can help you find meaning during times of great change and loss. Join us – Coffee and tea will be served.
- When: February 20, 1:30 – 3:00 pm
- Where: International Centre Lounge, 541 UMSU University Centre
Questions? Contact Edgar French, Spiritual Care Coordinator, 204-474-7005 or email@example.com
The Office of Sustainability, in partnership with a number of sustainability student groups at U of M, is hosting the inaugural Sustainability Night on Thursday, March 8th. The event features an evening of presentations and discussions to showcase new ideas and encourage further conversation centered around sustainability and change on campus, in Winnipeg and across Canada.
The event will feature seven PechaKucha presentations, a panel discussion and a wine and cheese networking event to follow. The evening is open to the entire campus and the broader community to encourage a diverse spectrum of sustainability topics and participation. You can find more information here.
The Office of Sustainability, and its partners from Engineers Without Borders, Arts Student Body Council, UMEARTH, UM Students for the Environment, UM Parks Club, UM Campus Food Strategy Group, thanks you for your interest and looks forward to a thought-provoking and enjoyable evening event!
Important Information From National Student Loans
This is a **new** recording that deals with the changes to the Repayment Assistance Program.
Students would be able to view the recorded webinar at any time or date that they would like. They also have the opportunity after viewing the webinar to sign up for a Q & A webinar to have their questions answered should they have any. This recording is specific to Canada-Manitoba loans.
It is now also available on the Manitoba Student Aid homepage as a web link.
Webinar dates and times are always being added on a monthly basis and students can join these webinars from their laptops, smartphones or tablets at the date and time they select as well as from any location that has WI-FI. Students also have the opportunity to ask questions during these sessions. The link always remains the same for these presentations and often evening sessions and weekend sessions are offered at least once during a month.