Welcome. If you have any questions about Booth University College, please contact our Admissions Office.
Events for educators
Educators’ Breakfast: October 3, 2019
This breakfast takes place at The Gates and is an opportunity for our Admissions staff to show our appreciation to you for being our partner in helping to guide students towards post-secondary education. We would also love to share some updates on our new programs and how a Booth University College education could benefit your students. To register, go to the Educators’ Breakfast event page.
Events for students
We invite students to Visit Booth University College by attending one of our events, campus visit days, or scheduling a personal campus visit.
Bring Booth UC to your school
Admissions counsellor visit
Our Admissions team is happy to meet with students at your school. Contact our Admissions Office to schedule a visit.
Social justice workshops
Booth University College presently has four (4) Social Justice Workshops developed based on issues facing Winnipeg and the World as a whole. These are ideal for English classes, World Issues classes, Social Studies type courses, Law and many more. Each session is interactive, engaging and takes approximately 1 hour.
We currently have the following workshops available:
Contact our Admissions Office to book a date/time.
DREAM kits: Developing Rich Experiences Around Majors
Students will learn real world applications of various degree programs and how valuable a liberal arts education is in this ever changing job market. Connections are made between ambiguous degrees/programs/majors and jobs that students will be seeking after university graduation. These sessions are all interactive, take approximately 1 hour to complete and are ideal for career development, life skills and English classes. Contact our Admissions Office to book a date/time.
Guest lecturers: speakers bureau
Please visit our Speakers Bureau page for information on topics and which faculty are available to visit Winnipeg high schools as guest lecturers.
- Explore our Campus Visit Day Events
- View Entrance Requirements
- Learn about Tuition and Fees
- Visit the MPPC Counsellor Website The Manitoba Public Post-Secondary Cooperative School Tour dates are published yearly in September.
- Subscribe to receive emails from Booth University College.
Accepted Student Information
Students who have received an offer of admission should visit the Accepted Students page for a list of next steps and upcoming events.