Aboriginal Student Services Centre (ASSC)
Located on North Campus, the Aboriginal Student Services Centre (ASSC) provides service, access, and support for all. First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students on campus. ASSC services include Bridges Orientation for Aboriginal students who are new to the U of A, the annual TAWOW Welcoming Event, round dances, tutoring and advising, a computer lab, social space, and a smudge room. For a complete listing of the programs and services offered by the ASSC, please visit the ASSC website.
Student Success Centre
The Student Success Centre offers a number of programs and services such as studying and exam workshops, writing resources, learning consultations, the Math and Applied Sciences Centre, and more.
Specialized Support and Disability Services
Specialized Support and Disability Services (SSDS) offers services and support for students challenged by disabilities, and also coordinates the efforts of University departments and off-campus agencies in meeting students’ needs to help equalize educational opportunities for all.
Augustana Campus Supports
By providing various services and culturally sensitive supports, Augustana’s Aboriginal Students Office assists students on their educational journey. As well, the Aboriginal Student Mentor Program aims to connect new First Nations, Métis and Inuit students with senior Aboriginal students at Augustana.