• 'Taking Care of Our Land' Symposium Taking Care of Our Land Symposium

    It’s not too late to register for our Symposium! Presenters are coming from across Northern Ontario and beyond to discuss aboriginal land management from diverse perspectives. Students, faculty, community members, and practitioners are all welcome to join us at this unique event!

  • Algoma U's Next President: Dr. Craig Chamberlin AU's new President, Craig Chamberlin

    Dr. Craig Chamberlin will become Algoma University’s 3rd President since it gained its independence, effective July 1st, 2015. Dr. Chamberlin comes to Algoma University from the University of Regina where he has held various academic and administrative positions.

  • Six weeks abroad with CESD CESD students headed to Colombia

    Algoma U would like to wish our six CESD students and Dr. Gayle Broad a safe trip abroad. Together, the group will be travelling to Colombia to volunteer in communities partnered with ASCOPRICOR.

  • Study Abroad Study Abroad Asia

    Are you interested in spending 3 weeks in Korea, Japan, Finland, or England this summer? Short-term study abroad programs are often offered over the summer months, and are ideal for students with limited time and resources, but still offer great language acquisition, cultural interaction and intellectual growth.

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Prospective Students

Students walking in the Fall on campus

Visit our Campus Today!

There’s no better way to experience what Algoma U has to offer than visiting us, either online or in person.

Student Profile

The AUSU executive

The ‘Student Collective’

Despite being just days away from the end of their terms as members of AUSU, the current board, made entirely of international students, is still fighting for change on Algoma U’s campus.

Student Profile

Sarah Devon

An Interdisciplinary Degree

Algoma U has provided Sarah Devon with the opportunity to explore her love for History and English. She’ll be taking her love for interdisciplinary studies to Queen’s this fall.

Faculty Profile

Pedro Antunes

Antunes Named Canada Research Chair

Armed with $500,000 in funding and the title of Canada Research Chair, Dr. Pedro Antunes of the Biology Department is helping eliminate people’s preconceived notions of soil being just dirt.

2015-18-07 Rotaryfest Parade

Be sure to watch for the Algoma U float in the annual Rotaryfest Parade happening on Queen Street East in the historic downtown.

2015-7-09 Frosh Week

The official welcome to all new Algoma U students.