Thank you for your interest in attending Booth University College. As The Salvation Army’s only degree-granting academic institution, Booth University College truly is your university college.
Education for a Better World
The spirit of Booth University College is reflected in our committment – “Education for a Better World”. As an educational expression of the mission of The Salvation Army, Booth UC teaches students to understand the complexities of the world, to be mindful of Christian faith, to achieve excellence through rigorous scholarship and to become contributors to a better world.
At the heart of Booth University College’s ethos is a set of values that speaks to our belief that we all have ethical obligations to others. We trust that our graduates will be lifetime advocates for poor and oppressed persons, raising hope, social justice and mercy to counter despair, injustice and cruelty.
As Christian educators, we have faith that our graduates will take on the responsibility of leadership, using the skills they acquired at Booth University College to serve locally and around the world, and to engage their fellow community members in building a greater capacity for positive social change.
The road to Booth University College
- 1981: First established as Catherine Booth Bible College, the college originally served as a centre for biblical studies and leadership training.
- 1987-1988: To meet our growing needs, in 1987 we purchased the current seven-story Webb Place building in downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba (Canada). This new campus opened to students in September 1988.
- 1997: In honour of The Salvation Army’s co-founders, it was renamed the William and Catherine Booth Bible College.
- 2010: We officially became the degree-granting Booth University College we are today.
Applying to Booth University College
Applying for admission to Booth University College is simple. Go to the Application Process page, where we’ll guide you through the steps.
Scholarships for Salvationist Students
In addition to the many scholarships available to Booth University College students, we also offer a number of scholarships specifically for Salvationist students. Go to the Scholarships and Awards page to see what you’re eligible for.
Booth Bound – Campus Visit Day Experience
In addition to many Campus Visit Day experiences, Booth University College offers a unique experience for Salvationist students to visit yearly in October. In 2020, the event will be held virtually on Friday, October 23. Full details on the Booth Bound page.
Visit Booth UC
Explore what life is like at Booth UC during Booth Bound – a campus visit weekend reserved for Salvationist students! This event takes place annually in October. Visit the Booth Bound page for more information.
Read our story
Read Our Story to learn more about the history of Booth University College.