Student Life

Welcome to Booth University College

At Booth University College, we support you through the whole student experience. Student Services are here to make sure you have the best years possible. Through mentoring, events, worship, and more, we hope to make your journey at Booth UC memorable.

Due to COVID-19, things currently look slightly different on campus. Keep an eye on our website and social media for updates.

Explore our campus

Located in downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba, our campus combines both historical and modern architecture. The Waldron Building at 447 Webb Place is a warm and inviting seven-story building, which includes our residence. Our campus at 290 Vaughan Street is home to the John Fairbank Memorial Library and Petersen Hall. This low-rise heritage building is also home to our School of Business and School for Continuing Studies. We invite you to visit our campus

Comfortable, safe, and student-centred

Our small campus makes it easy to feel relaxed, safe, and welcome. You’ll quickly find your way around, make friends, and get to know our faculty and staff. Whether you live on campus or commute – expect to feel comfortable when you walk through our front doors.

Expect more than a quality education

Tech to enrich your studies

The latest technology in our classrooms is meant to improve your learning environment and spark your imagination.

  • Large displays for better interactivity
  • Enhanced sound and high-definition video
  • Video and audio capability to make lectures and classes available for review
  • Opportunities to host guest speakers from around the world
  • Added point

Student Services

Student Services is here to equip you with the resources you need to thrive at Booth UC.


Visit the Student Services Coordinator, located on the main floor in Room 116.


204-924-4875 or
toll-free 1-877-942-6684 x875


Graduating from Booth UC

If you have questions about Graduation or Convocation, visit the Convocation page or go to Office of the Registrar.

Student Council

Meet your Student Council and find out how you can get involved. 

Get active!

Meet new people, get your heart pumping, and give yourself a break from studying. Take a look at our options for athletics and recreation

Student Handbook

Student resources

Academic Calendar