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  • U of T Professor to deliver WUSC Talks lecture William Osei lecture

    As part of Algoma University’s Black History Month celebration, the University is pleased to announce that Dr. George J. Sefa Dei will deliver this year’s WUSC Talks Lecture on February 27th at 7:00pm in the Shingwauk Auditorium. Dei will also deliver two additional public lectures on February 26th.

  • Welcome, KSU students! KSU students

    Algoma University would like to extend a warm welcome to the 17 students who arrived here on Saturday from Kyoto Sangyo University in Japan. These students will be studying ESL at Algoma for the next three weeks.

  • Hosting our 10th Annual Pow Wow anishinaabe pow wow w748 h388

    Algoma University, the Anishinaabe Initiatives Division (AID), and the Shingwauk Anishinaabe Students’ Association (SASA) welcome everyone to come and indulge in Native culture and customs at the 10th Annual Gathering at the Rapids Pow Wow.

  • March Break Tour March Break photo

    There’s no better way to experience Algoma U than to visit our campus and get a tour of what we have to offer our students. You’ll leave ready to choose Algoma U! We’re hosting tours and program sessions for applicants during March Break to showcase our campus, programs and student experience! Sign up for the tour now.

  • Celebrating 50 years of education Convocation photo for the Anniversary

    This year, we celebrate the first 50 years of Algoma University College and Algoma University. We celebrate our stakeholders, faculty, staff, and most importantly, our students who helped drive Algoma University College forward from its inception and formed the ideals, traditions, and values of Sault Ste. Marie’s University.

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Prospective Students

March Break tour photo

March Break tour

We’re hosting tours and program sessions for applicants during March Break to showcase our campus.

Student Profile

Samara Homam Al Ani

Leaving a War-Torn Country Behind

For the brother and sister duo of Homam and Samara Al-Ani, their new Canadian life is worlds apart from their upbringing in war-torn Iraq. Algoma U has given them a future they never imagined.

Athletics Profile

Natasha Doroodian

Doroodian Crowned OUA Silver Medalist

Second-year Algoma wrestler Natasha Doroodian was crowned an OUA Silver Medalist in the OUA Wrestling Championships in the 63-kilogram weight class.

Student Profile

Eisa Alharbi

Turning Failure into Academic Success

As an international student, Eisa Alharbi struggled when he first moved to Canada. When he came to Algoma U, however, he thrived socially and academically.