SMALL UNIVERSITY. BIG EDUCATION.
  • Don’t miss our Open House Algoma Campus Skyview

    On Tuesday, November 4th from 7 – 10pm, prospective students and their families have the opportunity to come check us out and see what Algoma U has to offer. You’ll have the chance to meet faculty, students, and learn about programs and activities around campus. Plus, we’ll be doing a draw for a $1,000 scholarship.

  • Register Now for the 2014 Colour Dash Colour Dash 3 w748 h388

    The spirited 2.5- or 5-kilometre fun run, taking place on the Algoma U campus and the surrounding neighbourhood, gives everyone the opportunity to get out, get active, and get blasted with colour while helping build a stronger community for all to enjoy. Takes place on Saturday, October 18.

  • Algoma U visits "CUAC" in Dhaka, Bangladesh Ontario University Fair

    Algoma University's Director of International Recruitment is back in Dhaka from October 26-30 to meet with keen Bangladeshi students. For more information and to book an appointment on studying at Algoma U, please contact the Canadian University Application Centre.

  • We’re coming to a school near you Students in Library

    Starting in September, our Admissions Advisors will be hitting the road, coming to your school to talk to you about the benefits of attending a small university. You’ll hear firsthand why Algoma U is the small university with the big education.

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Visit our campus online!

Want to see our beautiful campus? The next best thing to a campus visit is our virtual tour.

Student Profile

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Dancing Her Way to a Degree

While pursuing her Bachelor of Arts in English, fourth-year student Tee Komsa has managed to become a professional dancer with an American dance company, and is now Editor-in-Chief of The Sentient.

Student Profile

Maria Fox & Jon Natale

On Air with the AURA

Since last winter, the AURA has been broadcasting weekly programs, highlighting interesting facts and tips. With the goal of engaging more students, it has become a voice of change at the University.

Faculty Profile

Robert Rutherdale

The Age of Catastrophe

Dr. Robert Rutherdale is one of the prominent Canadian historians who has been asked to speak at the annual History Matters presentation in Toronto on the centenary of the Great War.