Future Students

Future Students

SMALL IS A GOOD THING.

SMALL IS A GOOD THING.

The advantages of our size are huge. Algoma U offers small classes, undergraduate research, leadership opportunities, and single-room residences . . . just to name a few.

WE’RE BIG ON EXPERIENCE. AND FUN.

WE’RE BIG ON EXPERIENCE. AND FUN.

Life at Algoma U reaches beyond the classroom. University is about meeting friends and experiencing new things – Algoma U may be small in size, but we make student life a big deal.

AN ALGOMA U EDUCATION LEADS TO GREAT THINGS

AN ALGOMA U EDUCATION LEADS TO GREAT THINGS

Benefits of an Algoma education don't stop after graduation. Supported by a network of faculty, staff and alumni, our graduates can be found on nearly every continent, working in careers that make a difference.

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Huge thanks to Team Jacobs for joining us at the Opening Ceremonies tonight and for the quick photo op with our women’s curlers tonight! Good luck at the Brier! #redwhiteandgrey #teamAlgoma #hearthethunder #fearthemoose
The Algoma curlers are undefeated in the first two draws at the OUA Curling Championships! The men earned a 9-0 win over the Trent Excalibur and the women upset the UOIT Ridgebacks 7-5. Draw three starts at 4:00pm. #hearthethunder
Olympic champions and alumni Team Jacobs standing on Team Jacobs Drive. 👌👌 #teamAlgoma
It’s official.
Rise and shine, Thunderbirds! If you’re sleeping, you’re missing this view! ☺️
Huge congratulations to our Algoma wrestlers who are bringing home four provincial medals from the OUA Championships! Natasha Doroodian, Broderick Collison, and Bryce Davis all earned silver and Riley Tubaro earned a bronze! We’ll see you four at the U Sports Championships in the GLC in two weeks! We are so proud of you! #hearthethunder #redwhiteandgrey #teamAlgoma #medals
Boomer entered a mascot competition yesterday at the Sault College Pow Wow. It looks like he made some new friends!
Congratulations to Pauline Danquah, our newest AUSU President! Pauline is the first-ever female black President in the history of Algoma! #blackhistorymonth #historyinthemaking
We’re serving up Korean pancakes right now in The Speakeasy and saying a fond farewell to our short-term ESL students from South Korea!
Our students are incredible. Check out @christinaheliotis’ drawing for Black History Month, which pays tribute to the strength, courage, and vision shown by black Canadian women throughout history. #teamAlgoma #visualart #blackhistorymonth
Our international students are enjoying their first-ever hockey game this afternoon! #gohoundsgo @ohlhoundpower
It’s a blustery day on campus, but our new cross-country ski trail is open! Wax up your skis and hit up our newly groomed trail on the front lawn! #thesoo #teamAlgoma
It’s #BellLetsTalk Day and we’re talking here on campus. Mental health issues effects everyone directly or indirectly. It’s okay to not be okay. It’s okay to ask for help. We’re listening and we’re here to help. #bellletstalk #oneteamformentalhealth #endthestigma #keeptalking #languagematters #mentalhealth
27,000 and counting. That’s the amount of followers fourth-year Honours Bachelor of Social Work student Alan Poelman has on his Instagram account. He first turned to photography as a means to de-stress and keep his mental health in good standing while working as a children's mental health therapist. Read more at algomau.ca (link in bio). Photo credit: @alftown #bellletstalk #endthestigma
We’re enjoying the great discussions happening on campus today around Anishinaabe research. The Anshinaabe Inendamowin Research Symposium continues until 7pm today! #researchmatters #thesoo
There’s some big news coming from the GLC today! We’ll be hosting the OUA Curling Championships and the U Sports Wrestling Championships this February! Thanks to @mayor.provenzano for joining us to make this announcement today! #hearthethunder #teamAlgoma
It’s Ally Week at Algoma U! Stop by the Security Kiosk and enter our draws for a chance to win some great prizes! There’s events happening all week long.
Our Thunderbirds are at it again! They’re joining forces with over a million students across Canada to keep the conversation going around mental health. #bellletstalk #oneteamformentalhealth #teamAlgoma
We had such an incredible time at Ski, S’mores & More! Thanks to everyone who helped make today an incredible experience! #teamalgoma #smilesfordays
Closing out Ski, S’mores, & More with a little 🎵🎶

Upcoming Events

  • 2018-02-20 @ 10:00 am - 2018-02-23 @ 4:00 pm

    De-Stressing Activities in the Library

    Come to the Library during Reading Week to enjoy a number of fun activities: Tues. Feb. 20th – Puzzles & Board Games Wed. Feb. 21st – Knitting & Crafting Thurs. Feb. 22nd – Colouring Meditation Fri. Feb. 23rd – DIY Stress Balls

  • 2018-02-22 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

    Colour Meditation @theLibrary

    Come colour at the Library during our De-Stress Week!

  • 2018-02-23 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

    DIY Stress Balls @theLibrary

    Make you own Stress Ball at the Library’s De-Stress Week!

  • 2018-02-23 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

    Free safeTALK Training #selfcare

    safeTALK – Suicide Alertness Training is a 3 hour course that teaches anyone over the ages of 16 to recognize someone who is having thoughts of suicide and how to keep them safe and connect them with suicide resources in the community. This 3 hour training includes resources to keep and a cert...

  • 2018-02-23 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    From the Sublime to the Ridiculous Returns to the Stage

    Attend Algoma University’s third annual “From the Sublime to the Ridiculous,” featuring world-renowned pianists Duo Turgeon and local comedians, The Comedics. Duo Turgeon consists of pianists Anne Louise-Turgeon and Edward Turgeon, members of Algoma U’s music faculty, who have established th...

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Interested in building your skills development? Attend our Leadership Development Conference!

The Leadership Development Conference will help you build your leadership skills. There will also be special keynote addresses. Keynote speakers will be announced shortly.

This conference is open to Algoma U students only and free of charge.

Free transportation, lunch, and dinner will be provided to all those who register.

For more information, please email sassist@algomau.ca.
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Student Leadership Development Conference

March 3, 2018, 10:30am - March 3, 2018, 5:30pm

Interested in building your skills development? Attend our Leadership Development Conference! The Leadership Development Conference will help you build your leadership skills. There will also be special keynote addresses. Keynote speakers will be announced shortly. This conference is open to Algoma U students only and free of charge. Free transportation, lunch, and dinner will be provided to all those who register. For more information, please email sassist@algomau.ca.

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