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Study tips and tricks!

March 19, 2018

1. Organize your study space- When you have an organized study space, it not only makes it easier to move things around as you study, but gives you a better sense of relaxation in the space you’re in to work hard 2. Create flowcharts and diagrams- This is something I find helps me best. As a visual learner, if you look into my journals it’s colour coordinated and has several doodles to help me understand more as a visual learner.  3. Practice from old exams- This will help

Student Council is revived!

March 16, 2018

Hello friends! For the first time this year, the student ambassadors are blogging to update you on the happenings at Booth UC. FUN FACTS: My name is Julia, and I am a second-year social work student. I am a student council candidate for Booth UC’s upcoming election. The student council has been reignited from Booth’s past days as a Bible College, and we’re SO excited! There have been nine of us on this journey over the last few weeks’: campaigning, creating speeches and getting to know

I found my calling in life!

March 14, 2018

  Hi all, According to, social work is “Work carried out by trained personnel with the aim of alleviating the conditions of those people in a community suffering from social deprivation.” My name is Caitlyn, and this is my first blog this year as a Student Ambassador. I am super excited to share with you about my third year in social work and why I’ve found MY CALLING! Some of my other callings are the outdoors, listening to good music and eating everything and anything;

Blogging Boothers!

March 12, 2018

Hey everyone! Guess what? We are bringing back the Booth Ambassador blogs! As you may know, in previous years there have been tons of different topics covered by our Student Ambassadors, ranging from student events to favourite classes.  We have this awesome opportunity to share with all of you our experiences and to help you learn a little more about Booth UC and what it is like to be a student here. To help kick this off, it seems only appropriate to introduce you guys to

Booth University College wins Access Award 

January 23, 2018

Making changes on campus for easier access to all abilities WINNIPEG – The City of Winnipeg’s Access Advisory Committee presented Booth University College with an Access Award—Circle of Excellence following various renovations to the campus, which were designed by Ager Little Architects Inc. “To better meet the needs of students and staff, Booth University College worked with Ager Little Architects to make improvements to areas in and around the building. “ We will continue to work on making changes on campus for easier access for

*NEW* Student Support Program (SSP)

January 9, 2018

 As of January 1st, 2018, Booth University College is partnering with Morneau Shepell to bring the new Student Support Program (SSP) to Booth UC! This exciting new program will serve to support existing students while they juggle their study and personal life. The SSP is free to use and information is kept private.  Existing students have unlimited access to articles, tools, resources, and dedicated Student Support Advisors which can help them succeed during their study at Booth. The Student Support Advisors can help with: stress, anxiety, sadness, loneliness relationships with friends and family being successful in

Dr. Michael Boyce Appointed Interim Vice President Academic and Dean

May 23, 2017

Booth University College is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Michael Boyce as Interim Vice President Academic and Dean. This two year appointment is effective July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2019. “Dr. Boyce joined the Booth University College community in 2007 to oversee the creation of a new program of English and Film Studies, for which he serves as program head. Since October 2016 he has also served as Acting Academic Dean at Booth UC,” said Dr. Marjory Kerr, President of Booth UC.

Booth UC Convocation Weekend unites faith and friendship with hope for the future

May 4, 2017

MESSAGE TO GRADUATES: CHOOSE WELL! From Saturday’s naming and dedication of Booth University College’s main campus building to the profound Convocation Address on Sunday by The Salvation Army’s Chief of the Staff, Commissioner Brian Peddle, the past weekend was a momentous one not soon to be forgotten. WALDRON BUILDING NAMING AND DEDICATION To mark Booth UC’s 35th anniversary, its main campus building was dedicated in honour of the late Commissioners John and Helen Waldron, in recognition of the critical role they played in the establishment

Booth UC main campus building dedicated to honour Commissioners John and Helen Waldron

April 29, 2017

Booth University College today dedicated its main campus building in honour of the late Commissioners John and Helen Waldron, in recognition of the critical role they played in the establishment of Booth UC. Located at 447 Webb Place, the building will now be known as “Waldron Building” and features a plaque in their name on display in the main entranceway. “2017 marks the 35th anniversary since Booth opened its doors to students in September 1982.  We celebrate God’s faithfulness and provision that are evident through

Dr. Roy Jeal’s latest a critical study for those interested in the intersection of art and biblical interpretation

April 26, 2017

Booth University College is excited to announce the release of a new book co-edited by Religion Professor Dr. Roy Jeal, The Art of Visual Exegesis: Rhetoric, Texts, Images. Dr. Jeal wrote a chapter in the book and is co-editor with Vernon K. Robbins (Professor of New Testament and Comparative Sacred Texts at Emory University) and Walter S. Melion (Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Art History at Emory University). Dr. Jeal’s chapter is titled “Visual Interpretation: Blending Rhetorical Arts in Colossians 2:6-3:4.” Published by SBL Press