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Open House The University of Winnipeg

Wed. Feb. 19 09:00 AM - Wed. Feb. 19 08:00 PM

UWinnipeg's Open House 2020 will be held on Wednesday, February 19.

Day Session: 9:00am – 1:00pm

Evening Session: 5:30pm – 8:00pm

Location: Dr. David F. Anderson Gymnasium
Duckworth Centre (400 Spence St.)
The University of Winnipeg campus

Have you been looking for more information about your post-secondary options?

One way to make that process a little easier is to get the information directly from the people who know it best: the faculty and staff at The University of Winnipeg.

At Open House you'll meet professors and current students at the Information Fair in Duckworth Centre. Attend Faculty Introductions and learn more about your areas of interest.

Campus tours are also available throughout the day, either of the main campus or for some of the other campus buildings. You can check out the state-of-the-art labs in the Science Complex, or visit the Axworthy Health and RecPlex to see the indoor soccer field and the other athletic facilities available.

The schedule for Open House 2020 will be available in early February.

Application Centre: At Open House you can apply for admission with the help of an Admissions Officer. Be sure to bring your MET number* along with a list of all of your grade 12 courses. The $100 application fee can be paid onsite either by cash, cheque, debit or credit card.

There are also many great prizes to be won, including the chance to win a $5,000 tuition credit just by filling out one of our UWinnipeg Contact Cards. There will also be giveaways and prizes handed out all day long, so you just might be a winner – if you attend Open House 2020!

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*The MET number is your personal 9-digit ID that can be found on a report card, a transcript, or by asking at your school’s main office.