The campus boasts a wide array of sports and cultural facilities. Stop by and explore the many fine examples of varied architecture, from carefully restored heritage structures to dramatic modern designs. Inside, selections from Brandon University’s art and scientific collections are on tasteful display.
Many buildings, including the Glen P. Sutherland Gallery of Art, Healthy Living Centre, Astronomical Observatory, Lorne Watson Recital Hall, John E. Robbins Library and the Evans Theatre, are regularly open to the public. Whether you stay for a day or for a degree, discover Brandon University’s excellence in student-centred education, in community-engaged research, and central role in a city that is a hub for post-secondary education and employment in southwestern Manitoba.