Founded 1899 as Brandon College, affiliated with the University of Manitoba, acquired present status and title 1967.
- Arts FacultyFields of study: Anthropology, Archaeology, Business Administration, Ceramic Art, Classical Languages, Design, Economics, English, French, Gender Studies, German, Greek (Classical), History, Indigenous Studies, Italian, Latin, Linguistics, Modern Languages, Native Language, Painting and Drawing, Philosophy, Political Sciences, Religion, Rural Planning, Sociology, Spanish, Theatre, Visual Arts, Women's Studies, Writing
- Academic year: September to April (September-December, January-April). Also Spring/Summer Session (May-August)
- Requirements: Secondary school certificate or recognized foreign equivalent, including International Baccalaureate
- Students allowance: Co-ed