Founded in 1965

Founded in 1965

Algoma University

Founded in 1965

Founded in 1965

Algoma University

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  • 5000

  • 2500

    International students
  • O19395422197

  • 3272

    World ranking
  • 72

    Country ranking

Algoma University

Established in 1965, and located on the former site of the Shingwauk Indian Residential School, Algoma has a special mission to provide cross-cultural learning between Indigenous communities and other communities in Northern Ontario.

The campuses are located in Sault Ste. Marie, Timmins and Brampton. All programs are designed to meet the needs of the surrounding populations.

Algoma University offers a wide range of cultural, academic and social activities that make for a unique, meaningful and life-changing experience for every student.

Students have ample opportunities to develop solid research skills in a very supportive, dynamic and creative environment that is linked to the university community and the world.

On-campus accommodation

Campus list based on university info

Sault Ste. Marie campus

Residence fee Duration

$5,410 CAD

UP to $5,910

Off-campus accommodation

annual rent in Sault Ste. Marie
based on univly research


Shared house

$6,300 CAD


Shared house

$4,200 CAD


Entire house

$12,600 CAD


  • Student success central
  • Immigration services for international students
  • The Learning Centre
  • Writing and math labs
  • Health services- wellness & physician support
  • Experiential learning hub
  • International services
  • International student services

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