Valerie Chelangat

Business manager  

  • Campus briefs

    Tuition fees for Winter Term// Fall Term Grades// Spring Graduation// Study Skills Workshops// Webinar Wednesdays// UWinnipeg Award applications now open// Student ID Cards// Student Services goes remote// Klinic Health Services re-opens// Use the myVisit App

  • Student services

    Study Skills Workshops// Winter Term Add/Drop Period// Tution fees for Winter Term// Webinar Wednesdays// UWinnipeg award applications now open// Student ID cards// Student Services goes remote 

  • Campus briefs

    Webinar Wednesdays // Student ID cards // Work-Study Program // Exams // Waitlists // Holiday break & start of winter Term // Tuition fees for winter term // Winter term add/drop period // In-person service resumes // Rent a locker

  • Campus briefs

    Career Services Drop-in Sessions + Career Chats// Webinar Wednesdays: Tips for Success! Student Services staf// Student ID Cards// Dropping Courses// Work-Study Program// Exams// Waitlists for Winter Term// Holiday Break/Start of Winter Term// Tuition Fees for Winter Term// In-Person Service Resumes for Some Student Services// Use the myVisit App// Need a Spot for your Winter Coat? Rent a Locker!

  • Campus briefs

    Career services drop-in sessions + career chats// Thrive week// Webinar Wednesdays: Tips for success!// Student ID cards// Dropping courses// Work-study program// Exams// Waitlists for winter term// Holiday break/start of winter term// Tuition fees for winter term// In-person Service resumes for some student services// Use the myVisit app// Need a spot for your winter coat? Rent a locker!

  • Black contribution in war efforts

    Even though Black Canadians faced resistance as they tried to join the army during the First World War, many were determined to fight for and show loyalty to their country.

  • Campus briefs

    Career services drop-in sessions// Dropping courses// Webinar Wednesdays: Tips for Success// Thrive Week// In-person service resumes for some departments in Student Services// Use the myVisit App// Need a spot for your winter coat? Rent a locker!

  • Campus briefs

    Student success workshop// Webinar Wednesdays: Tips for success!// Dropping courses// Thrive week// In-person service resumes for some departments in Student Services// Use the myVisit App// Need a spot for your winter coat? Rent a locker!

  • Campus briefs

    Apply for February graduation// Volunteer Fair// Webinar Wednesdays: Tips for success!// Student Success workshop// Dropping courses// Thrive Week// In-person service resumes for some departments in Student Services// Use the myvisit App// Need a spot to store your stuff? Rent a locker!

  • Reading the TRC Calls to Action

    The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation that took place only a few weeks ago gave all Canadians the opportunity to learn about and engage with Indigenous experiences and stories.  There were both in-person and virtual events in Winnipeg that offered avenues for learning and listening, including powwows, sacred fires, walks, workshops and a youth and elder tea.

  • Campus briefs

    Webinar Wdnesdays: Tips for Success// Apply for February graduation// In-person service resumes for some departments in Student Services// Use the myVisit App// Need a spot to store your stuff? Rent a locker

  • Campus briefs

    Webinar Wednesdays: Tips for success// Fall Reading Week// Apply for February graduation// In-person service resumes for some departments in Student Services// Use the myVisit App// Need a spot to store your stuff? Rent a locker!// Dropping courses

  • Campus briefs

    Webinar Wednesdays: Tips for success!// Fall Reading Week// In-person service resumes for some departments in Student Services// Use the myVisit app//Need a spot to store your stuff? Rent a locker!//

  • Campus briefs

    Study skills workshops: Advice & tips for academic success// Truth and Reconciliation Day// Apply now for fall/winter Awards// In-Person service resumes for some departments in Student Services// Use the myVisit app// Fall reading week

  • I’ll be your trusted learning partner

    With the environmental nightmares of the summer months coupled with a year-and-ahalf- long pandemic, it’s as if we are stuck in the apocalypse. The remains of Indigenous peoples are being found at several residential school sites, the situation in Afghanistan continues to worsen, and, of course, we’re still in the thick of the COVID-19 pandemic. Shouldn’t we be coming out on the other side by now?

  • Dreaming of a better world

    Reading in Colour

  • Add more Indigenous authors to your reading list today

    Reading in colour

  • Disability representation needs to be nuanced, realistic and respectful

    Reading in Colour

  • Reading in Colour

    Visibility matters

  • Reading in colour

    The messages children are exposed to through books shape their ideas about themselves and others. 

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