Indigenous Student Services Coordinator
Kamryn Saulis is a member of the Wolastoqey nation at Wotstak (Woodstock First Nation) and is a proud STU alumna.
Kamryn provides Indigenous students with the necessary supports, programs, and services to foster academic success and personal growth while attending St. Thomas University.
“I want to see more Indigenous people succeed. My goal is to deepen the sense of community and help continue to make St. Thomas University a safe and welcoming environment where students are supported and receive the necessary services and resources to help them flourish.”
Indigenous Experiential Learning Coordinator
Gage is a Wolastoquey and Mi'kmaq from Neqotkuk (Tobique First Nation). He is a Youth Activist and STU Alumni with a BA majoring in both Criminology and Native Studies.
"In my role, I want to help students by supporting their ideas and to help create meaningful experiences for them. I would also like to help Indigenize the STU community in a non-tokenized way and show current and future students what they are capable of achieving."
Miigam’agan provides support to Indigenous students and acts as a link between the university and First Nation communities.
“My role is to offer support, drawing from our cultural values and working to create a sense of community for First Nation students."
Chancellor of St. Thomas University and Endowed Chair in Native Studies
The Hon. Graydon Nicholas, Order of New Brunswick, was the 30th Lieutenant Governor of NB (2009-2014) and the first Indigenous person to hold this office. He is Chancellor of St. Thomas University and the Endowed Chair in Native Studies at STU.