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.devClub

.devClub is here to provide students with fun ways to learn various engines, softwares, and consoles and gain experience in the field of Computer Science.

Asper School of Business JDC West Team (Team Toba)

Team of students who compete annually at JDC West, the largest and most prestigious business case competition in Western Canada.

Big Horns, The

The Big Horns are a student group that aim to increase campus spirit. We help students find a sense of belonging at the U of M through participation in on campus events, facilitation of friendships and role modeling of positive and supportive behaviour.

Bison Sports

Connect with us if you are interested in volunteering at Bison sporting events!

Cosmos Bisons Cricket Association (Bisons Cricket)

Bisons Cricket will be the Cricket Association that connects students with opportunity to learn, develop and compete in the Manitoba Cricket Association's cricket leagues. We want to connect U of M students with the cricketing community in Winnipeg.

Games on Campus (GoC)

Games on Campus, also known as Chip Damage is a gaming group located at the University of Manitoba specializing in mainly Fighting Game Tournaments.

Kinesiology Games 2017 (KG2017)

The Kinesiology Games are the largest student led Kinesiology conference in Canada. During March 2017 The University of Manitoba will host over 800 students from 35 schools. This group encompasses the planning committee working to execute this event.

Manitoba Kinesiology Games Students' Association (MKGSA)

A group of students from the Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management who go to the largest student run conference in Canada, The Kinesiology Games.

Manitoba Panhellenic Association (Panhel)

Manitoba Panhellenic Association is the governing body for the three sororities on campus: Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Phi. The three sororities foster 5 pillars: leadership, scholarship, philanthropy, social, and of course - sisterhood!

Pakistani Students' Association (PSA)

The University Of Manitoba's Pakistan Students' Association is created to provide an environment of mutual understanding to both, Pakistanis and other nationalities, at U of M. PSA is a non-political and non-religious students organization.

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