SMALL UNIVERSITY. BIG EDUCATION.
  • Register for Frosh Week Today bed races w748 h388

    Don’t miss all the fun and excitement that happens every year during the first week of September. New students will take over the Algoma U campus in the annual Frosh Week, which runs from September 1 until September 5.

  • 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.

  • Meet us at the OUF Ontario University Fair

    Algoma U will be at the Ontario Universities’ Fair from September 19-21 at the Metro Convention Centre and will be talking to prospective students about the benefits of attending a small university. Stop by our booth to win great prizes.

  • Residence Move in Date: August 31st Residence students w748 h388

    Starting at 8:00am on Sunday, August 31st, your residence room will be available for your move in! Check out the Residence Handbook for more information.

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Ever wanted to Study Abroad?

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University should be an adventure.

Algoma University has international exchange programs with 18 different universities around the globe!

Student Profile

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Giving a Voice to Victims of the Sex Trade

Going into her fourth year of the Social Work program at Algoma U, Larissa Crack has already made a lasting impact on her community, through the creation of the Northern Women’s Connection.

Alumni Profile

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A Bright Future for Algoma U at Timmins

Although still in its infancy, Algoma U at Timmins has experienced positive enrolment growth, and is boasting favourable success among its recent graduates.

Algoma U Experience

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A ‘Legendary’ Experience for a Group of Colombians

For 10 members of the Universitaria Minuto de Dios (University of Uniminuto), their first visit to Canada and Algoma U was truly remarkable, one they will never forget.