CMU rates among the top 28 Canadian universities for academics, faculty, and community.
CMU strives to provide a fair and supportive learning environment for academically qualified students with disabilities. CMU is committed to helping students succeed in their university studies and is continually developing resources to provide a supportive environment for students with disabilities.
See our Accessibility Services page for more information.
We know that School Counsellors play an important role, and work hard in assisting students when making decisions about the future. We appreciate all that you do, and want to help you. We have created this page in hopes that you will find links, resources, and answers to your questions. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact us.
We have 4 opportunities for students (and parents) to visit our campus this winter. Campus Visit Days (scheduled programming) on February 3 and March 10, Outtatown travel program exploration day February 10, and Open House on March 29 (drop in).
Find details, dates, and sign-up here.
CMU's annual essay contest is now open.
Deadline for entries is May 5, 2017 with both cash prizes and tuition money for the three winners!
Find entry details, essay questions, and a poster here.
Consider bringing students to CMU for an inquiry-based experience, featuring an engaging lecture or workshop shaped to your general learning outcomes.
We accept scanned or photocopied transcripts for conditional admittance to CMU (final transcripts can be submitted after high school graduation). A grade 12 student can submit their final grade 11 report card (scanned/copied) and a list of their current grade 12 classes, which completes their application to CMU!
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Questions? Feel free to contact Danielle Bailey at djbailey:@:cmu.ca.
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