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A CMU education will set you up for success. You will graduate a mature, skilled problem-solver who can write persuasively, speak confidently, and think critically across diverse subject areas.


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A Positive Impact on the World

The common purpose that binds all of CMU's graduate programs is building leaders and change-makers—in business, in the not-for-profit and government sectors, in the community, and in the church.


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The CMU Difference.

"I'm going into a very competitive field, and I knew that I could find extra help and support here. I knew about the higher standards, and that CMU could contribute to my success in the field." – Recent Graduate

Where my professors know me

Where my professors know me

Where my faith and community matter

Where my faith and community matter

Where my learning and career connect

Where my learning and career connect

Where my education is exceptional

Where my education is exceptional


It’s not what you do, it’s who you become.

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Canadian Mennonite University is committed to embodying the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. This means fostering a safe and welcoming environment for people of all identities, orientations, backgrounds, and beliefs.

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Sunday@CMU: June 2024

Broadening Our Capacity to Love

This month on Sunday@CMU, we hear from Jeff Friesen, Co-Director of Leadership Ministries for Mennonite Church Manitoba. Jeff is an alumnus of CMU's undergraduate and graduate programs, and he spent almost 20 years as a pastor. In this sermon series, he focuses on the politics of God's love as seen in 1 John and Acts and he explores how we can broaden our capacity to love.

So What? A Podcast

So What? A Podcast – Moose Matters

What if wildlife conservation isn't really about wild animals, but about us? Jonas dives into the 2024 CMU Scientist in Residence public lecture with wildlife biologist Dr. Allyson Menzies.

Theme Music: Urbana-Metronica (wooh-yeah mix) by spinningmerkaba (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. Ft: Morusque, Jeris, CSoul, Alex Beroza.

Meet Music Therapist Lacey Friesen: She doesn’t sing ALL day

Meet Music Therapist Lacey Friesen: She doesn’t sing ALL day

I guess you could say that music runs in Lacey Friesen's blood. Her role as a Music Therapist at HSC Children's Hospital could not be better suited to her interests, personality, or way of life.

"I grew up in a very musical family, with a mother who taught private music lessons, a father who plays drums and sings, and two musical sisters. We grew up singing in church together," said Lacey. "There was just so much music around me."

Upcoming Events

Faspa on the Lawn: The Original Charcuterie

The CMU Board invites all alumni, friends, and family to a fundraising evening in support of the mission and students entrusted to CMU. We will gather around delicious fare and refreshments generously donated by several local Hutterite communities.

North Side Lawn (500 Shaftesbury Blvd.)

June 20 • 6:00–9:00 PM

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Art Exhibition | ICE: Moments, the Photographs of Klaus Hochheim

Explore the photography of climatologist and ice researcher Dr. Klaus Hochheim.

MHC Gallery, 610 Shaftesbury Blvd.

Jun 21 – Aug 31

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Fall at CMU

You are invited to a fun day on the CMU campus featuing a Farmers' and Makers' Market, activities for children, MennoCross (cyclocross bike race), and alumni gatherings.

500 Shaftesbury Blvd.

September 21 • 10:30 AM – 5:00 PM

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