Study Skills Workshops
Study Skills Workshops are designed to improve your learning skills and help you achieve your academic goals. Organized by Academic and Career Services, these workshops are FREE to all students. Topics that will be covered include note-taking, using the Library, time management, and academic writing. The workshops for Winter Term 2021 will be delivered via Zoom on Mondays and Wednesdays until Feb. 3. Pre-registration is required. Please see: Study Skills Workshops
How do I pay my fees if Student Central is not open for in-person payments?
Tuition payments can be made using the bill payment feature on your financial institution’s website.
- Log on to your bank’s website
- Add The University of Winnipeg – Tuition as a bill payee
- Use your seven-digit student number as the account number
(International payments can be made via flywire.com.)
U2020W fees are due Jan. 22.
Note: The fee deadline is NOT the same as the Add/Drop Period (which ended on Jan. 19). Students who drop a U2020W course January 19-22 and onwards are still responsible for paying all of the course fees.
SINs and tax receipts
The Canada Revenue Agency requires all designated educational institutions to provide students’ Social Insurance Numbers (SIN) on the T2202 tax forms and so The University of Winnipeg is requesting students’ SIN in order to comply with this requirement. There is a module in WebAdvisor and Student Planning through which students add their SIN to their University record. Please follow these steps:
- Login to WebAdvisor
- Click on Current Students
- Click on Student Planning/Registration or Student Finance
- Choose Social Insurance Number (SIN) Information
- Click on the pencil/edit icon on the right side
- Type in your nine-digit SIN and save
The University will begin the process of creating the T2202 tax forms on Jan. 22, in order to have the forms ready to be posted on WebAdvisor on February 28. It is very important that students provide their SIN before Jan. 22.
Grades for Fall Term classes will be posted on WebAdvisor on Jan. 27. Due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, University of Winnipeg students may choose how their grades will affect their grade point average (GPA) calculation for the Fall 2020 term. For details, please see Final Grade Options.
Applications for graduation
Applications for June graduation are now open for students who expect to complete all of their requirements by the end of April. The deadline to apply for graduation is Feb. 1. Go to the “Student Planning/Registration” link on WebAdvisor. Click on the “Graduation” tab and apply to graduate.
Winter 2021 Bursaries will open mid-December 2020. Application deadline will be Feb. 1.
Graduate and Professional Studies Expenses Bursary is available for students in their final year of an undergraduate degree program in the 2020-21 academic year that are applying for Graduate or Professional Studies which begin in 2021-22. The application is open until funds have been exhausted.
Need help getting connected to the financial supports you need and deserve to pay for your education? Visit the Awards website uwinnipeg.ca/awards to check out our various info pages, or Contact Us to find out the many ways you can connect with Awards and Financial Aid staff.
The Canada Student Aid program is offering more loans and non-repayable forms of aid this year. If you have ever thought about applying, this would be the year to do so. You can still receive student aid for the September 2020 to April 2021 study period even as long as you apply before the end of February. Go to Student Aid
A $78 will be available to students who purchase a semester bus pass for the 2021 Winter term. Applications are available through our online award application system and will remain open until Feb. 1.
In weekly sessions, Student Services staff will continue to share valuable strategies and tips to help you succeed at UWinnipeg. The next session is on Feb. 10.Please see:Webinar Wednesdays
Fall/Winter term courses
The final day to withdraw from a Fall/Winter Term (U2020FW) class is Feb. 23. No refund is applicable. Courses are dropped through WebAdvisor using the “Student Planning/Registration” link.
Need to see a Student Central representative or an Academic or Career Advisor? You can now queue for Zoom drop-in sessions with Student Central, and/or Academic & Career Services using myVisit! Student Central has drop-in Zoom sessions where students can ask questions “in person” with a SC staff member. The Zoom waiting room is enabled. One student will be admitted at a time. Students wait for their turn and need to present their UWinnipeg student card (or other photo ID) to talk about their account, the same as actual in-person interactions at SC. To add yourself to the queue, please use the myVisit app (by Q-nomy) available for Apple or Android phones. Turn off the location permission in the app. The SMS notification when it is your turn shortly will provide the Zoom info. Student can add themselves to the queue 10:00 am - 4:30 pm from Monday-Friday. Thirty-minute Zoom appointments with Academic and Career Advisors can be booked through the myVisit app or via www.myVisit.com as well.
Published in Volume 75, Number 15 of The Uniter (January 20, 2021)