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Indigenous Student Advisor

The Indigenous Student Advisor is here to support you and walk beside you throughout your learning journey here at the University of Guelph.

Here are some of the ways the Indigenous Student Advisor can assist you:

  • Personal matters
  • Academics
  • Tutoring
  • Finances
  • Culture and identity
  • Housing
  • Employment
  • Graduate studies
  • Connections with your peers, local community resources and Elders, and other campus resources such as Counselling and Student Accessibility Services

Get to know the Indigenous Student Advisor

Tameera Mohamed
Ally Stoett, Indigenous Student Advisor

Aaniin, hello! My name is Ally Stoett and I use she/her pronouns. I am Anishinaabe, a member of Beausoleil First Nation and have Irish and Dutch ancestry. I have a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in History and Indigenous Studies as well as my Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) from McMaster University. In previous roles, I have worked in Indigenous student recruitment, providing support with access to Post-Secondary Education for First Nations, Métis and Inuit learners. I look forward to meeting you and supporting you throughout your educational journey.

Ally Stoett, BA, BSW
astoett@uoguelph.ca
519-824-4120 Ext. 53725


What is an Advisor?

Wondering what the difference is between the Indigenous Student Advisor and the Counsellors in Counselling Services?

An Advisor is a staff member who provides information about the many supports and resources available to students. An Advisor can guide and assist you in navigating the university system, explaining and clarifying institutional policies, describing the overarching expectations of students, and facilitating connections with other campus or community supports, resources or services.

Students can also access Counselling Services in the Vaccarino Centre for Student Wellness.