Why CMU? There are so many reasons! Want to know more about CMU and why you should consider studying here? Read on!
The following stories will introduce you to current students and alumni who share their CMU experiences and why CMU was the right place for them.
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by Allison Courey Monday, December 26, 2016 @ 2:17 PM
Heitha Forsyth is not what you might imagine of a “typical” CMU student (if such a type exists). Having gone back to school at 33, there’s a significant slice of life experience between herself and her young classmates. The gap doesn’t bother her, though; she describes her music therapy colleagues as “remarkably mature and dedicated.”
by Allison Courey Friday, December 16, 2016 @ 10:42 AM
When Justony Vasquez decided to be part of World Youth Day in Poland last summer, she had no idea that the venture would land her at CMU. In the spring of her final year of high school, she’d already received acceptance and a scholarship to another university. She can only explain the last-minute change as something “Spirit-led.”
by Allison Courey Friday, November 4, 2016 @ 1:20 PM
When Lizzie Schrag first left Kansas to volunteer in Alaska with Habitat for Humanity, she had no idea how much she’d love the cold. She loved it so much, in fact, that she moved to Winnipeg a couple of years later to study at CMU. Recently accredited by the World Winter Cities Association, Winnipeg has become a major destination for winter tourism.
by Kevin Kilbrei Wednesday, July 27, 2016 @ 11:47 AM
Canadian Mennonite University is all about fostering community. Small class sizes, social activities, and cozy hang out spots like folio café in Marpeck Commons encourage students to build relationships in and out of the classroom and create a home-away-from-home vibe.
by CMU Staff Thursday, May 26, 2016 @ 7:40 AM
A stopover in Winnipeg changed the course of Will Makau’s life.
He was on his way to study in Lethbridge, AB, when he discovered Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) while visiting his cousin in Winnipeg.