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  • Craig Kielburger Headlines BBA Case Competition Craig Kielburger with Business Case Competition Winners

    The 8th Annual Algoma U Business Case Competition featured visits from personal financial expert Preet Banerjee and child rights activist Craig Kielburger.

  • Premier Wynne visits campus to announce GLC Expansion funds

    Premier Wynne visited Algoma U on March 31 to announce $2 million in funding for the George Leach Centre expansion project.

  • ‘Walking With Our Sisters’ Exhibit Coming to Algoma Moccasin Tops from Walking With Our Sisters exhibit.

    “Walking With Our Sisters”, a memorial to honour the lives and existence of the missing and murdered Indigenous women in North America, is on display in Shingwauk Hall from May 5th until May 18th.

  • Dr. Brodbeck to speak at Teaching and Learning Forum Dave Brodbeck

    Drs. Dave Brodbeck and Craig Montgomerie will speak at this year's forum, which is focused on the pros and cons of using online support in teaching and learning.

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Housing & Student Life

Students enjoying a meal

Online Info Sessions

On April 30, find out from students and residence advisors about life at Algoma U!

Student Profile

Denise Richer

Finding Your Identity & Finding Yourself

Over the past four years, Denise Richer has underwent a transformative experience at Algoma U, finding herself and her identity.

Staff Profile

Joanne Elvy

Travelling to the Corners of the World for Algoma U

Joanne Elvy plays a vital role in making Algoma U a diverse and culture-rich community in which students live, work, and study together.

Alumni Profile

Amanda Carchidi

From Algoma Business Grad to Entrepreneurial Success

Shortly after graduating from Algoma U, Amanda Carchidi became one of the youngest entrepreneurs in Sault Ste. Marie.