Founded in 2000

Founded in 2000

Canadian Mennonite University

Founded in 2000

Founded in 2000

Canadian Mennonite University

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  • 760

  • 91

    International students
  • O19021102272

  • 4045

    World ranking
  • 76

    Country ranking

Canadian Mennonite University

CMU offers comprehensive university education within a dynamic and diverse Christian community

Exemplary academic studies across the arts and sciences are distinguished by interdisciplinary interaction, experiential learning, and mentoring relationships between students and faculty.

Education at CMU is characterized by:

  • Excellence in teaching and learning offered uniquely in a small, nationally recognized university
  • Intentional inter-disciplinary connections
  • Academic study within a vibrant community life
  • Personal relationships with professors who are teachers and mentors as well as active in research and creative work
  • Encouragement to be nourished and challenged by the life and teachings of Jesus Christ
  • Preparation for diverse vocations and careers
  • Equipping for service, leadership, and reconciliation in the communities in which graduates live, work, and worship

In Fall 2008, Universities Canada granted CMU full membership

Along with the degree-granting charter from the province of Manitoba, this 'gold seal of approval assures students that their CMU degree will be recognized at other Canadian universities and colleges, and it facilitates ease of credit transfer. 

Universities Canada makes academic transitions into graduate and professional programs increasingly routine for CMU graduates.

On-campus accommodation

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CMU's campus

Residence fee Duration

$7,074 CAD

UP to $10,995

Off-campus accommodation

annual rent in Winnipeg
based on univly research


Shared house

$7,332 CAD


Shared house

$4,884 CAD


Entire house

$14,664 CAD


When you choose CMU to host your event, guests enjoy access to the University's attractive 43-acre campus. As well, the renowned Mennonite Heritage Gallery is situated on the CMU campus.

Facilities available include the following:

  • Meeting rooms, classrooms, and lecture halls accommodating 12 to 750 people
  • A 250-seat auditorium with excellent acoustics
  • Several boardrooms ready for teleconferencing and multimedia presentations
  • An intimate reception hall for small banquets or receptions
  • An air-conditioned gym with new hardwood floor ideal for volleyball or basketball and bleachers to seat 200
  • Residence accommodation from May to August for up to 120 people
  • Accommodation in furnished apartments from May to August for up to 50 people
  • One soccer field
  • Free parking, laundry facilities, smoke-free environment, wheelchair accessible, and much more!

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