Welcome. Pjila'si. Bienvenue. Kulasihkulpa. Kwé. Weli'eksitpu'k.
At Mount Allison, you will become part of a tight-knit campus community that is culturally diverse, supportive, and welcoming.
The University recognizes that we at Mount Allison are living, working, and playing on unceded lands and continue to take important steps to improve support and services for Indigenous students.
Indigenous Gathering Space
Mawita’mkw is a designated Indigenous gathering space on campus for Indigenous students and community members. Mawita’mkw is also where Mount Allison’s first elder-in-residence, Elder Gilbert Sewell from Pabineau First Nation in New Brunswick, meets with students, faculty, and community members.
Indigenous Support Group
The Indigenous Support Group is a student group of Indigenous students and allies dedicated to discussing and addressing Indigenous issues. The group meets regularly during the year.
Indigenous Mentorship Program
The Indigenous Mentorship Program pairs upper-year Indigenous students or allies from the Indigenous Support Group with first-year students to aid in the transition from high school to university. The upper-year students act as mentors, welcoming first-year students into the Mount Allison community and making sure they know how to access the available resources on campus to get the support they need.
Indigenous Affairs Co-ordinator
The co-ordinator works with staff, faculty, students, and volunteers across the University to develop pre-university enrichment programming, as well as services that will encourage Indigenous students to pursue academic excellence. The co-ordinator is also responsible for developing programming aimed at helping faculty, staff, and non-Indigenous students at Mount Allison to more fully understand and appreciate the rich and vibrant histories and cultures of Canada's Indigenous peoples.
Students must self-identify on their application to be contacted by the co-ordinator. If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 506-364-2127.
To find out more, visit Indigenous student support.