Yesterday, members of our community gathered in the Shingwauk auditorium to express and share thoughts and feelings about the Colten Boushie death.
Algoma U Hosts U Sports Wrestling Championships
Algoma University will host the 2018 U Sports Wrestling Championships at the George Leach Centre from February 23 – 24. The best wrestlers from across Canada will compete for a national gold medal. All matches are free and open to the public.
From the Sublime to the Ridiculous
On Friday, February 23rd, attend Algoma University’s third annual “From the Sublime to the Ridiculous,” featuring world-renowned pianists Duo Turgeon and local comedians, The Comedics.
Partner Live in Concert
Algoma U is pleased to announce that Canadian east coast music phenomenon Partner will be playing a free concert in The Speakeasy on March 1 at 8:00pm. Partner has been named "Atlantic Canada's Best Lesbian Garage Band". In 2017, they had one of the CBC's and NPR's Top 10 Albums of the Year.
Gathering at the Rapids Pow Wow
The Gathering at the Rapids Pow Wow returns to the George Leach Centre on March 3 and 4. This event is free and open to the public.
We're hosting an open house during March Break for student applicants and their families to visit campus. We'll be conducting tours of campus and residence facilities, and providing options for faculty/student engagement. A travel stipend is available to applicants to help with the cost of hotel and travel.
We're sharing the authentic stories of people, many from our local community, who have in the past or are now currently studying, teaching, researching and/or working at Algoma University.
Fourth year Honours Bachelor of Social Work student Alan Poelman turned to landscape photography as a means to de-stress from his work as a children's mental health therapist and keep his mental health in good standing.
Find out why Ontario students are choosing Algoma U. With vibrant programming, engaging student life and access to the outdoors, its no wonder students are choosing Algoma U!
February 24 – 25, 2018
Our Thunderbirds will host the USports National Wrestling Championships at the George Leach Centre. Learn More
Social Enterprise Round Table
February 28 & March 1, 2018
Address local social and environmental issues through sharing, training, and resources. Learn More
My World Abroad Seminar
March 1, 2018
Jean-Marc Hachey will be delivering a seminar to help you prepare for work in the new global economy. Learn More
On Wednesday, Algoma University will honour the Team Jacobs rink in a special roadside dedication ceremony, taking place on the Algoma U campus.
Algoma University is pleased to announce the appointment of Joe Tom Sayers as Director of Anishinaabe Initiatives.
Algoma University has increased its mental health services, providing students with more opportunities to seek counselling, talk about their health, and recognize stressors that can lead to poor health.