The 2018 Algoma University John R. Rhodes Scholarship Dinner will take place on the evening of Wednesday, October 17th at The Water Tower Inn. This year’s dinner will honour the Hollingsworth family.
The John R. Rhodes Scholarship Dinner
Each year, the John Rhodes Scholarship Dinner Planning Committee selects an honorary speaker who embodies the integrity, leadership, vision and commitment to community services that was the hallmark of John R. Rhodes. This year’s dinner honours “The Hollingsworth Family”, and will take place at the Water Tower Inn on Wednesday, October 17th, 2018.
Algoma U Launches School of Business & Economics
Algoma University has recently launched the School of Business and Economics. This new development builds on the University’s long-standing commitment to providing access to top-quality academic offerings that prepare students for long-term career success while supporting the needs of the local business community and beyond.
This section shares the authentic stories of people, many from our local community, who have in the past or are now currently studying, teaching, researching and/or working at Algoma University.
Among those working at THRIVE Child Development Centre, are seven Algoma University graduates who are committed to improving the lives of those residing in the north.
Algoma U student success stories often lead to impressive postgraduate sequels elsewhere, and many begin with a degree in biology.
Public Library Card
October 17, 2018
Get your SSM Public Library Card at Wishart Library. You will need your student card and proof of residence! Learn more
Academic Writing Workshop
October 17, 2018
Workshop topic: Moving through idea generation to supporting your ideas: What Am I Trying to Say? Snacks and giveaways will be available at every session + chances of winning a laptop! Learn more
Fine Arts Student Logo Contest
September 21 – October 21, 2018
The Fine Arts Student Society of Algoma University (FASS) is looking for a Logo and we need your help! Learn more
Algoma University will be hosting The Diversity & Equity Speaker Series, aimed at promoting a safe and inclusive campus and community environment. The series runs from the fall of 2018 and into the winter of 2019.
Algoma University’s updated enrolment projections for the 2018-2019 school year point to an anticipated increase of 11 per cent above initial forecasts and an 8.7 per cent increase over 2017-2018 enrolments.
Please note the following closures happening at Algoma University and its satellite programming in Timmins and Brampton for the upcoming Thanksgiving long weekend.