Media Releases & News

Introducing Our New Vice President Academic and Dean, Dr. Linda Schwartz

March 23, 2023

On March 1, 2023, Booth University College welcomed Dr. Linda Schwartz as our new Vice President Academic and Dean. Linda Schwartz (Ph.D.- Interdisciplinary; M.Mus.; B.Mus.) is a music theorist/composer and academic administrator with experience as a program chair, dean and vice-president at a variety of public and Christian universities in Manitoba, British Columbia and Alberta, ranging from large research and polytechnic postsecondary institutions to smaller liberal arts schools. Her scholarly and creative studies were completed at the University of Manitoba (Bachelor and Doctorate degrees), with

Announcing New Program Streams, Majors & Associate Degrees

February 15, 2023

WINNIPEG, MB Booth University College is committed to Education for a Better World. That commitment has now extended to new program streams, majors, and two associate degrees. The School of Humanities and Social Sciences (SHS) is excited to announce a new 3-year Community Mental Health stream in the Department of Psychology (Bachelor of Arts). This program focuses on areas such as social psychology, community psychology, social change, and neuroscience. It’s a great option for those interested in helping others in their community and creating positive

Why Study the Humanities?

February 7, 2023

By Dr. Mandy Elliott  In her 2022 article “The Public Futures of the Humanities,” distinguished scholar and theorist Judith Butler notes that those studying the humanities “use the power of imagination to think beyond the status quo” (49). In other words, studying disciplines like English, psychology, community and urban transformation, film studies, and religion, gives us the ability to imagine a better world and to make it happen, which is what Booth UC is all about.   We in the Booth UC humanities departments exist to connect

“We Are a Village”

January 9, 2023

The idea of a village began early in Johnson Boateng’s life. Growing up as an Officer’s kid in a family with 5 siblings, he was surrounded by a “family village” from the day he was born. His parents, Lt. Col’s Samuel and Elizabeth Boateng, set high standards for their children. “Growing up as Pastor’s kids in Ghana, we had expectations to demonstrate good morals and values,” says Johnson. These expectations also made their way into the children’s classrooms at school, where Johnson excelled. Upon high

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

December 20, 2022

Booth University College will be closed from December 21 to January 2, re-opening on January 3 at 8am. We wish you and yours a joyful and blessed holy season. May you experience hope, peace, and the light that is Christ Jesus. See you in the New Year!

COVID-19 Campus Update, December 12, 2022

December 12, 2022

NOTE FOR ALL BOOTH UC STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF: IF YOU HAVE COLD OR FLU SYMPTOMS, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER YOU’VE TESTED POSITIVE FOR COVID, DO NOT COME TO CAMPUS All classes, services and programs will have virtual participation options. Booth University College remains committed to the health and safety of our campus community. This bulletin is effective January 1, 2023 and will remain in effect going forward, barring any change to the current COVID situation. Anyone who tests positive for COVID must stay home for

New Associate Degrees to be Offered at Booth UC

December 8, 2022

WINNIPEG, MB Booth University College is committed to Education for a Better World. That commitment has now extended to two new Associate Degrees in Business and Liberal Arts. The School of Business is now offering a 2-year Associate of Business Administration Degree. This degree provides students with foundational competence in the key areas of business, in combination with a liberal arts background, and is designed for those looking for a program shorter than a three or four-year degree. It offers the knowledge and skills necessary

This Giving Tuesday, Give Education!

November 29, 2022

“I chose Booth UC because of the close relationships that can be formed with faculty and fellow students. Making new friends from different backgrounds really broadens my knowledge of other people’s cultures and ways of life. The award I received allows me to focus on school and perform at my best without having to worry as much about finances. I plan on helping people less fortunate than I am with the knowledge that I gain from Booth UC and hopefully improve people’s lives in the

Meet Larissa Van Deursen, A Booth UC Scholarship Recipient

October 21, 2022

At Booth University College, we strive to make a high-quality education as affordable as possible through programs that recognize and reward students. We asked a few of our scholarship recipients, including Larissa van Deursen, what this meant for them. Why did you choose Booth UC? I choose Booth University College because of the school environment and the programs they offer. Booth UC has a very friendly Christian environment which is beneficial for someone who grew up attending church. From the professors to the other staff, everyone

“God is in the Midst of Everything.”

September 26, 2022

Archbishop Deloris Seiveright modestly claims that she retired from her corporate job of 27 years to start a “small” ministry. Today, Deloris is a student, mother, grandmother, full-time chaplain and counsellor for the elderly, and founder of the Shouters National Evangelical Spiritual Baptist Faith International Centre of Canada. Not to mention the fact that she recently completed the Certificate in Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care program at Booth UC’s School for Continuing Studies. She is passionate about her work, family and studies, and boldly professes that “I


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