St. Paul’s College is a top catholic school established in 1926 and highly renowned in the province of Manitoba and beyond. The college is located on the Fort Garry campus of the University of Manitoba in southern Winnipeg. St. Paul’s College is an affiliate of the University of Manitoba.
St. Paul’s College offers courses and programs in arts, social sciences, natural sciences, and catholic studies. The college is relentless to providing quality education, catechetical work, and religious education related to the Catholic and Jesuit globally. However, St. Paul’s college emphasizes on promoting learning, both secular and spiritual through excellence in research, teaching and service.
Studying at St.Paul’s College makes a student morally, emotionally and mentally sound. St. Paul’s College is committed to the intellectual, social, and spiritual growth of its students, staff, and the development of justice and knowledge for all.
St. Paul’s College is a liberal arts college. It offers extensive intellectual training in all kinds of humanistic analysis. The school sticks to its mission and operate as a college and not as a church. Students are to follow the rules and not obliged to join the catholic faith.
St. Paul’s College enhances student’s success by fostering an environment to personal and professional growth. Additionally, the college, in partnership with the Arthur V. Mauro Institute for Peace and Justice and the University of Winnipeg, offers Masters and doctorate in Peace and Conflict Studies.