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Campus Sustainability Office


Are you ready to be a change-maker?

The Campus Sustainability Office supports students, faculty and staff at UWinnipeg in participating in making our communities more healthy and resilient.  If you’re a member of the UWinnipeg community and are wondering how you can get more involved, then you've come to the right place.

The CSO Engagement Hub is designed to be a one-stop-shop for current and aspiring change-makers on campus.  Here you can tell us about yourself – the types of opportunities you’re looking for and the skills you’d like to develop along the way. You can check our calendar for events that pique your interest, and you can connect with many organizations and groups doing cool things on and off campus.

Leave your email address and we can send you updates via our newsletter to tell you about volunteer, skill-building, and other change-making opportunities.

Click here to sign up for our outreach mailing list and tell us how you’d like to get involved

Here are some examples of the opportunities available at UWinnipeg:

  • Educational events like the annual Grass Routes sustainability festival
  • UWinnipeg's Green Office Program
  • For-credit experiential learning courses and research projects
  • Volunteer and paid work with student-led sustainability initiatives like roof-top gardening and waste auditing
  • Social and environmental organizations on important issues impacting our community and our planet
  • Workshops to help you develop your change-making skills

Here are some of the departments, groups and organizations that we can help you connect with:

Calendar of events and opportunities

What this space for upcoming events 

Are you part of an organization, department or group working with an event or an opportunity to share?

Fill out this short form to let us know the details of your project

Our goal is to help the UWinnipeg community connect to a wide range of opportunities for making a diffreence.  Please tell us about any events, projects, or initiatives that are happening on campus and in the wider community. You can tell us about the opportunities you have for campus community members, and how you'd like us to support and promote your work.