Menno Simons CollegeMenno Simons College
Menno Simons College is a centre for excellence in International Development Studies and Conflict Resolution Studies. We offer a wide range of courses and experienced faculty in these areas that are unparalleled in Canada. Located on the campus of The University of Winnipeg, students who complete programs at Menno Simons College graduate with a Bachelor of Arts from The University of Winnipeg. Menno Simons College is a college of Canadian Mennonite University in affiliation with The University of Winnipeg.
Our Values: At Menno Simons College we aspire to embody values of justice, peace and service, both in our teaching and in our lives.
Rooted in the Anabaptist-Mennonite tradition, Menno Simons College is a forum of mutual exchange between public higher education and a unique faith tradition, addressing issues that need action and reflection.
We value academic freedom. We desire to grow as a meeting place where diverse communities can address local and global issues with appreciation for differing perspectives. Students from all backgrounds and orientations are invited to join us in building this vital learning community.
Our Mission: Menno Simons College provides education flowing from Anabaptist Mennonite understandings of faith, peace and justice while engaging other religious traditions and intellectual perspectives. The college fosters a learning community that prepares students from diverse backgrounds for participation and leadership in local and global communities.
Our Campus: We are located on the campus of The University of Winnipeg in downtown Winnipeg. It is a compact urban campus with excellent public transit access. With approximately 10,000 students, The University of Winnipeg offers strong undergraduate programs in arts, sciences, and education.
Canadian Mennonite University: Menno Simons College operates as a program of Canadian Mennonite University in affiliation with The University of Winnipeg. The Canadian Mennonite University was chartered by the Province of Manitoba in 1998 and its first classes were held in 2000-01. Canadian Mennonite University is a member of Universities Canada.