Indigenous Student Services
Indigenous Student Services uses a holistic approach to provide Indigenous students with academic, personal, financial, and cultural supports, programs, and services to ensure they achieve academic success and personal growth while at St. Thomas University. We aim to create a safe and welcoming environment that fosters a sense of community, belonging, learning and growth that aligns with Wabanaki culture, values, beliefs, and worldviews.
We’re proud to offer Indigenous students with supports, services, and programming such as academic success workshops, culturally rich campus events, workshops, and activities, traditional ceremonies and gatherings, guest speakers, experiential learning and employment opportunities, counselling services, an Elder-in-Residence, and more.
Learn more about our campus community, orientations, and cultural events.
Browse the programs offered to students, including experiential learning opportunities and language programs.
Our team is here to support you throughout your degree—academically, personally, and spiritually.
The centre serves as a daily starting point for Indigenous students, whether it's to have a coffee, finish an assignment, or relax with friends.