Booth University College opened the 2013-2014 academic year on a high note with record enrolment numbers for both new students on campus and the overall number of students on campus.

“A double-digit increase in enrolment is always a good news story, but a near 30-percent increase in new students is a remarkable achievement that speaks to the hard work of the entire Booth team,” says Dr. Donald Burke, president of Booth University College. “I am very proud of our team and of their focused and effective work.”

Compared to September 2012 figures, in the fall 2013 semester Booth University College recorded a 29-percent increase in the number of new students on the Winnipeg campus, a 21.5-percent increase in the total number of students on campus, and a 39-percent increase in the distance education credit hours sold.

This September, Booth University College also officially welcomed its new vice president, academic and dean, Dr. Marjory Kerr. At the opening convocation and installation service, Kerr encouraged students to heed God's calling on their lives, saying, “As students you have the opportunity to experience, recognize and respond to God's calling for you … watch for it, and when you do, it will come.”


On Monday, November 4, 2013, Kristin Fryer said:

Hello Shirley,
We do not have that kind of information. But you can contact Booth UC via their website at
All the best,

On Sunday, November 3, 2013, shirley watkinson said:

How many students are enrolled? Full time? Part time?
Of these, how many of the students are cadets/officers of The Salvation Army?
I am a graduate of this college, and am pleased to hear that the student body is growing.

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