Services for Students
If you need guidance along the way, there are many great resources, including those listed below.
Arts & Science Advising | Academic Advisors are here to help you with program decisions, course choices, and so much more.
Career Bridge | Do you wonder where your degree will take you? Explore co-op and applied studies jobs in your field of study, gain hands-on experience related to your degree and discover your passion. Our career development team empowers students and graduates in their career decision-making by providing one-on-one career coaching, events and resources.
Counselling Services | Offers no-cost counselling to all students. Individual counselling is confidential and can help students with a variety of personal issues including adjusting to university life, anxiety, relationship issues and more.
Registrar’s Office | The Registrar’s Office serves students in a number of ways including admissions, course registration and timetabling, student records, academic calendar & program planning guides, transcripts and more!
Indigenous Student Affairs | Indigenous Student Affairs’ primary role is to guide, encourage, and empower students in the University environment. Oki, the Iikaisskini Gathering Place are still here to support all Indigenous students in a virtual way. Although our office is closed, we are still available by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Writing Centre | Provides students from all disciplines with practical writing support that supplements in-class instruction and helps students understand a wide variety of writing assignments including research papers, summaries, critical essays, literature reviews, annotated bibliographies and lab reports.
Student Success Centre | Offers programming designed to support your success as a student, with a focus on three areas; study skills & learning strategies, tutoring and mental health. This group has set up a great resource for online learning, and we encourage you to check it out.
Accommodated Learning Centre | Connect with the ALC if you have the need for accommodation.