Indigenous Student Advising

From mainstream counselling to visiting with Elders, there are a number of ways First Nations, Métis and Inuit students (both undergraduate and graduate) can access support. This can be an informal chat or something more structured, depending on your comfort.

Whether you're having a bad day, have received unexpected news, or have been wrestling with something for a long time, you don't have to deal with it alone. Everyone experiences confusion and uncertainty sometimes.

The support provided through the Indigenous Student Centre can be a chance to talk things through, seek advice or simply share with someone who will respect the challenges you're experiencing.
 

  • Indigenous Student Advisor
    Providing support with financial, academic, cultural, employment and personal concerns.
  • Indigenous Student Counselling
    Counselling is available to offer personal support and assistance in self-discovery, personal growth and healing journeys.
  • Cultural Advising and Supports
    Elders and Knowledge Keepers are available at the Indigenous Student Centre to provide personal consultation, conversation, guidance and mentorship to First Nations, Métis & Inuit students and the campus community.
  • Sharing Circles
    Circles are available for First Nations, Métis and Inuit students to gather in a confidential setting to support each other and grow in a culturally respectful and good way focusing on the four aspects of self of the Medicine Wheel.