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Visit Booth University College

You’ve explored your university and college options online – but nothing beats a personal visit to see if a school is right for you. We have several options for campus visits throughout the year.

Campus Visit Days: scheduled

Scheduled campus visit days are on Mondays (2-4 pm) and Tuesdays (12:30-2:30 pm). Each campus visit includes an information session, attending a class (Sociology on Monday and Psychology on Tuesday). Faculty will be available to talk after class. Book your campus visit today

Campus Visit Days: personalized

If you can’t make it to one of the scheduled campus visit days or events, we’re flexible! Personal visits and tours are available Monday through Friday for individuals or groups. Each campus visit includes a campus tour, a taste our delicious food and meeting some of our faculty. Contact Admissions to arrange a visit that works with your schedule.

Transfer Tuesdays: 10 am – 2 pm

Come down to campus and receive an on-the-spot decision! We will evaluate your transfer credits from courses offered at other recognized post-secondary institutions. Whether you are coming from another Canadian university or community college, we can assess any credit earned in the previous 10 years (some exceptions apply), when the request is made at the time of application.

Booth Bound (Yearly): October 24-27, 2019

Booth Bound is a weekend set aside for Salvationist young people who are considering a Booth University College education to come and be a Booth University College student for a weekend. Come and attend classes, participate in a service learning project, explore Winnipeg, enjoy great food and experience the culture! You’ll meet Salvationist friends from across Canada, the US and potentially beyond – making friends for life! And, you’ll get to know our faculty, current students and alumni. For more information visit the Booth Bound event page.

Fantasy Literature Masterclass Fall 2019

Led by English & Film Studies Department at Booth University College, students will spend time in lectures, participatory workshops and fun activities that examine Fantasy Literature, including authors like Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, George MacDonald, Madeline L’Engle and JK Rowling .
Fantasy Literature Event Poster.

Week 1 – Good versus Evil: Considering a Moral reading of Fantasy literature

Wednesday, November 27, 2019 with Dr Michael Boyce
Go to the event page to register.

Week 2 – Tolkien’s Environmental Fantasies

Wednesday, December 4, 2019 with Dr Jason Peters
Go to the event page to register.

Youth Forum (Yearly): December 6, 2019

Theme: Selfless Living in a #Selfie World 
Youth Forum is a free, themed Campus Visit Day where young persons have the opportunity to explore life as a Booth UC student and engage in current issues. Every year we focus on a different topic relevant in today’s society. Go to the event page to register.
Download the Selfless Living in a Selfie World poster.

Booth UC Belong (Yearly): January 24-25, 2020

Booth University College’s Future Student Weekend is a weekend event created for students to explore campus, take workshop classes and sample food from our delicious bistro. Enjoy a Friday night concert after your day of classes. Join us for an afternoon and evening of learning about why you should choose Booth University College for your post-secondary journey.
Register here.

Fantasy Literature Masterclass Spring 2020

Led by English & Film Studies Department at Booth University College, students will spend time in lectures, participatory workshops and fun activities that examine Fantasy Literature, including authors like Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, George MacDonald, Madeline L’Engle and JK Rowling .
Fantasy Literature Event Poster.

Week 1 – Good versus Evil: Considering a Moral reading of Fantasy literature

Wednesday, March 11, 2020 with Dr Michael Boyce
Go to the event page to register.

Week 2 – Tolkien’s Environmental Fantasies

Wednesday, March 18, 2020 Dr Jason Peters
Go to the event page to register.

Parking at Booth UC

Booth University College does not have a student parking lot. However, there is parking surrounding the campus, both underground and on the street. Contact Admissions for assistance: 204-924-4887 or toll-free: 877-942-6684 ext. 887. View Map for location and directions.

During your visit

Here are some things to explore while you’re here:

  • Meet with one of our admissions counsellors and learn more about our programs and scholarships
  • Take a tour of our campus
  • Meet some of our faculty, current students, and staff
  • Drop by our Academic Learning Centre and learn about the many supports we have in place to help you succeed in your studies
  • Sample some of the incredible menu items in our Booth Bistro

Travel credit for out-of-province visitors

For out-of-province visitors, Booth University College will credit up to $500 of your travel expenses to your student account if you enrol as a full-time student.

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