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U of M campus services


As an ICM student you have full access to U of M campus services. Here are some of the many supports and facilities available to you!

U of M campus services

Academic Learning Centre

The Academic Learning Centre can help students in a variety of different ways, to ensure they receive the support they need to be successful in their courses. Online, workshop and drop in resources are provided to students. Please visit their website here:


Career Services

Career Services assists University of Manitoba students with career planning and job search questions that students may have. They will help students with career options after graduation from specific faculties and programs as well as helping come up with a plan for future success. For full details about their services, visit their website at

Career Services also prepares excellent resources to help students map their future career paths. Download the Career Compass for your desired degree here:

Active Living Centre

The U of M Active Living Centre provides opportunities for physical activity, stress relief, spiritual connectedness, social bonding, and the learning of new skills. Whether you are beginner or advanced, prefer organized or drop-in, or like individual, team, or group activities, the U of M Active Living Centre has something for you.

This is a brand new state-of-the-art 100,000 sq. ft. facility, located at the south-west corner of the Fort Garry campus.

The facilities include:

  • 200-metre indoor track
  • Outdoor tennis courts, indoor squash and racquetball courts, table tennis
  • Indoor salt water pool
  • Group fitness classes
  • Ice rink
  • Fitness Centre with a variety of equipment to suit your needs, including 100 pieces of free weights and accessories, 160 pieces of cardio equipment, 64 pieces of resistance equipment and 49 pieces of strength equipment
  • 40-ft indoor climbing wall
  • Free admission to campus athletic events, and much more!

For more information visit their website.



Student Counselling Centre (SCC)

The Student Counselling Centre is located on campus and is available to help students through any frustrations or stress they may be dealing with. The SCC offers multiple services to students to ensure they are helped with any difficulties they may be having, along with supporting the student’s academic success.

Find more out about the SCC here

Student Accessibility Services

Student Accessibility Services is located on campus providing support for students dealing with multiple types of disabilities:

  • Hearing
  • Learning
  • Injury-related
  • Mental Health
  • Physical
  • Visual
  • Temporary (break or sprains for example)

Find out more about SAS’s services here

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