student support News Archive
April 12, 2021 —
While online exams are very similar to in-class exams, there are some extra tips and tricks to consider as you navigate digital platforms
April 6, 2021 —
Responding to the unique needs of the pandemic, UM changed the way the food bank supports students. Faculty, staff and retirees have stepped up to support the cause.
March 23, 2021 —
Students can build their learning, studying, writing, and research skills through a wide range of one-to-one or group-focused services
March 16, 2021 —
At the University of Manitoba, maintaining a fair and equitable working and learning environment is a top priority. Student Advocacy and Case Management work to uphold this commitment by supporting students through a number of challenges. These can emerge from decisions made by administration or other issues that inhibit a student’s ability to work on their studies.
March 16, 2021 —
Financial Aid a key part of responding to the needs of students during the pandemic
March 15, 2021 —
The UM’s new Virtual Advising Help Centre (VAHC) is now open (as of March 15), and ready to answer students’ pressing questions
March 8, 2021 —
Are you feeling disconnected and miss studying on-campus with your friends? Are you lacking motivation to sit down and do your course work? UM’s Academic Learning Centre wants to help you power through procrastination so they’ve created a Virtual Study Hall where you can gather with other students remotely and achieve your studying goals.
March 2, 2021 —
With health and wellness being fundamental to student success and achievement, many units and offices are committed to delivering accessible, outstanding support to learners throughout their time at the University of Manitoba. Student Services at Bannatyne Campus (SS@BC) is a single entry point for students, interns and residents at the Bannatyne Campus to access a variety of free support programs and services.
February 16, 2021 —
Spiritual wellness is essential to the process of navigating one’s life experiences, especially throughout the course of postsecondary education and other life stages it affects. At the University of Manitoba, Spiritual Care supports students as they continue to develop their own framework of beliefs, and discover purpose and meaning in their lives and identities.
February 8, 2021 —
UHS provides primary care to students at UM’s Fort Garry and Bannatyne campuses