Indigenous student centres provide First Nations, Métis and Inuit students with a sense of community and a home away from home on campus. They also provide valuable cultural and academic supports that you may need as you work toward achieving your academic and personal goals.
The centres are well connected to local Indigenous communities. This relationship enriches both the students and the campus community.
Each Indigenous student centre offers a range of academic supports in areas that include course registration, academic counselling and tutoring.
You may also join mentorship programs and learning circles led by your peers and Elders.
Study Spaces and Computer Labs
Indigenous student centres offer you another place to study, in addition to the library, your apartment or your residence. Centres are usually equipped with computers, printers and internet access. Some even offer after-hours access if you request it.