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Support Services

The University of Winnipeg is committed to providing a welcoming, respectful, and culturally sensitive environment. The University provides academic, social, cultural, spiritual, and financial assistance to ensure Indigenous students have the supports they need to succeed.

Aboriginal Student Services Centre (ASSC)

The Aboriginal Student Services Centre creates a sense of community for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students throughout the educational experience. We provide a sense of belonging, a place to gather, and a hub for educational, cultural, and social activities. The student lounge includes a computer lab and locker and kitchen facilities and is open to students seven days a week from 7 am to 11 pm. Support services include individualized help with admission and registration, academic advising, and free tutoring to enhance academic success. We also have an Elders in Residence program who can offer guidance and support.

Housing and Daycare

The University of Winnipeg can help you locate housing on or off campus, including family housing.  We also have a beautiful and newly expanded campus daycare, the University of Winnipeg Students' Association daycare centre. 

Find out more about housing options here.

Find out more about our daycare here.

Library Assistance

Accessing the collections and services of the University of Winnipeg Library is an essential part of your academic journey, and the librarians and staff are always available to assist you! See the UW Library Indigenous Studies Guide and UW Library Guide for Indigenous Languages for more information.