Come learn about your study abroad options at our Study Abroad Fair, which includes six semesters abroad and over 100 exchange opportunities. You will have the chance to meet students who have been on Guelph’s study abroad programs, and students who are here on exchange from our partner universities.
Dr. John Cameron will present the Canadian and Guelph results of the research survey that examined the career paths of Canadian IDS graduates. Learn about: Jobs/sectors IDS graduates work in, their salaries, level of job satisfaction...and more!
The Limits of Rights: Claims-making for Immigrants Presented by the Department of Psychology, Political Science and Sociology and Anthropology With Irene Bloemraad, Professor in the Department of Sociology at UC Berkeley and Thomas Garden Barnes Chair of Canadian Studies.
Are you interested in learning more about graduate programs at the University of Guelph? Sign up for an email reminder and we will notify you once the event gets closer! We have more than 90 different graduate programs, world renowned faculty, and state of the art facilities. Graduate Studies Preview Day will give students:
Jan Sherman is available at the Aboriginal Resource Centre to provide personal consultation, conversation, guidance and mentorship to First Nations, Métis & Inuit students and the campus community.
Set for the second Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Guelph Civic Museum, this lecture series will feature topics about nation building. Presented in partnership between Guelph Museums and the University of Guelph.
Learn how to decrease insomnia, fall asleep (or back to sleep) more easily, and get more energy from sleep using proven, drug-free strategies. This five-session program meets Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. or can be taken online. The fee is $20 for U of G students, $25 for members of USW Local 4120 and $50 for all others
Canadian National Parks, protected areas and ‘wild' spaces have long played an important role in Canadian national imagination. In 2017, residents and visitors alike are encouraged to visit these places and reflect on their importance to Canada during this 150th anniversary of confederation.
You are your best resource for success. Get to know more about the strengths you already have and learn how you can apply them to your time at UofG. Audience: Second Year Students
SafeTALK is an alertness training that prepares anyone, regardless of prior experience or training, to become a suicide-alert helper. The SafeTALK trainer will demonstrate the importance of suicide alertness, assist participants to identify ways people invite help, and connect them with resources to help them when they are at risk.