Virtual Events & Connecting the Booth UC Community

How to build connection and awareness during the pandemic continues to be a creative challenge in the 2021-2022 academic year. While we are slowly re-introducing on-campus classes and meetings, social events and recruitment continue to take place mostly virtually. From the outset of the pandemic, Booth UC faculty, staff and students have adjusted successfully to the online environment, and we continue to look for new ways to engage our Booth UC community across all platforms.

An example of this can be seen in our recent Counsellors’ Coffee Break. Before pandemic times, Booth UC would host a brunch for High School Guidance Counsellors at the Gates on Roblin, and would network with Counsellors at school career events and job fairs. This year, we partnered with PAG Canada to produce a YouTube live event featuring some of our faculty and staff. While how we delivered this event changed, our dedication and eagerness have not wavered!

Another new online initiative that recently took place was our first Toolkit Talk. Toolkit Talks are meant to speak directly to our commitment to Education for a Better World, by sharing knowledge on important and timely topics, with guests who are experts in their fields. During our inaugural event, participants engaged with the topic of Helpful Boundaries in Relationships, led by Captain Barb Stanley of The Salvation Army.

A final example of our continued virtual connections is a Virtual Open House that took place at the end of October. Potential students gathered from as far away as Nigeria to learn about Booth UC’s academic programs, campus life, admissions and financial aid. As we begin to bring back on-campus tours, our virtual meetings and videos will continue to provide a further glimpse of what life as a Booth UC student looks like.


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