Booth University College is The Salvation Army’s only degree-granting academic institution. We're not just a University College; we are yours, dedicated to nurturing Salvationist students' academic pursuits and growth.
Education for a Better World
The spirit of Booth University College is in our commitment – Education for a Better World. We are an educational expression of the mission of The Salvation Army.
At Booth UC, you'll learn to understand the complexities of the world. You'll become mindful of Christian faith. You'll achieve excellence through scholarship. And you'll contribute to a better world.
Our values speak 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. You'll raise 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. With the skills from Booth University College, you'll serve in your community and around the world. You'll lead your communities in social change.
Scholarships for Salvationist Students
We offer scholarships specifically for Salvationist students. Go to the Scholarships and Awards page to see what you’re eligible for. Be sure to check out the Canada and Burmuda Territory Salvationist Award.
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: Purchased the seven-story building at Webb Place in downtown Winnipeg (Canada) to meet growing needs. This new campus opened to students in September 1988.
1997: Renamed to William and Catherine Booth Bible College in honour of The Salvation Army’s co-founders.
2010: We officially became the degree-granting Booth University College we are today.
To learn more about the history of Booth University College, read our story.