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Campus facilities

A large part of what makes UM fantastic are the world-class services and supports it provides. ICM students have full access to UM campus services. Here are some of the many supports and facilities available to you!

Academic Learning Centre

The Academic Learning Centre can help you in a variety of different ways. The Centre provides the support you need to be successful in your courses. Online, workshop and drop-in resources are available.

Career Services

Career Services can assist you in answering career planning and job search questions. They will help you with career options after graduating from specific faculties and programs, as well as developing a plan for future success.
Career Services also offers an excellent resource that can help map your career path – the Career Compass.

Active living center of University of Manitoba

Active Living Centre

The UM Active Living Centre is available for support your physical activity, stress relief, spiritual connectedness, and social bonding needs, as well as providing the opportunity to learn new skills. Whether you are beginner or advanced, prefer organized or drop-in, or like individual, team, or group activities, the UM Active Living Centre has something for you.

This is a state-of-the-art facility, located at the south-west corner of the Fort Garry campus, includes:

  • 200-metre indoor track
  • Outdoor tennis courts
  • Indoor squash and racquetball courts
  • Table tennis
  • Indoor saltwater pool
  • Group fitness classes
  • Ice rink
  • 40-ft indoor climbing wall
  • Fitness centre including 100 pieces of free weights and accessories, 160 pieces of cardio equipment, 64 pieces of resistance equipment and 49 pieces of strength equipment
  • Free admission to campus athletic events

Student Counselling Centre (SCC)

The Student Counselling Centre offers multiple services to ensure UM students are helped with any difficulties they may be experiencing, while supporting the student’s academic success. Located on campus, the SCC is available to help you with any frustrations or stress with which you may be dealing.

Student Accessibility Services

If you are a student living with a disability, Student Accessibility Services (SAS) is available to support your needs and acts as a liaison between students, faculty, staff and service agencies. Located on campus, the SAS advocates for students with disabilities such as:

  • hearing
  • learning
  • injury-related
  • mental Health
  • medical
  • physical
  • visual
  • temporary disabilities, such as bone breaks or sprains

Virtual tour

Take a 360-degree virtual tour of the University of Manitoba campus.

Virtual tour
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