• Congratulations, Class of 2015! Students throwing graduation caps at convocation

    This year’s June Convocation Ceremony will take place on June 13th at the Roberta Bondar Tent Park and Pavilion at 2:00pm.

  • Conference to highlight life of George Whalley George Whalley

    Algoma U and Queen’s U will be hosting a weekend long conference to honour the centenary birth of George Whalley. The conference will be held at Queen’s U from July 24th – 26th. Guest speakers include Michael Ondaatje, Elizabeth Hay, John Baxter, and Werner Nell. Duo Turgeon will also perform.

  • Apply for Residence by June 1st Residence

    Attention incoming Frosh! Algoma U has plenty of options with regards to residence. Be sure to apply for your spot in residence by June 1st.

  • Course registration opens June 8th Students in the classroom

    Course registration for all new students opens on June 8th. Be sure to register for your classes early to ensure you get your top pick of courses before they’re full. For more information on how to register, visit our Course Registration Guide.

  • Apply for entrance scholarships by June 30th Students Reading w748 h388

    Algoma U has some of the best entrance scholarships in the province. If you’re a soon-to-be first-year student, be sure to apply for an entrance scholarship by June 30.

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Prospective Students

Cover of the 2015 Registration Guide

Course Registration

Course registration for all new students opens on June 8th. Be sure to register for your top picks before they fill up.

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

Dave Mornix

From Slavery to the Sault

Dave Mornix grew up on a slave plantation in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Since coming to Canada, he has become an advocate for equality and community through ACCANO and WUSC.

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.

2015-12-06 Grad Class Dinner

Celebrate the graduating class at the annual Grad Class Dinner.

2015-13-06 Convocation

Come celebration with us the Class of 2015 at the Roberta Bondar Tent Park and Pavilion.