Indigenous Student Centre
A welcoming and supportive environment for Indigenous Students
The Indigenous Student Centre offers a supportive environment for students to gather, meet other students, and have access to supports and services.
Please follow our social media channels (Facebook: "Dalhousie's Indigenous Student Centre" and Instragram: "dalindigenouscentre") for updates and to stay connected.
Student queries should be directed to 902-494-8863 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dalhousie welcomes students to discover outstanding educational and engagement opportunities that will inspire and empower you while helping shape your future.
The Indigenous Student Centre (ISC) helps create a sense of belonging to support your success while at Dalhousie. Our Indigenous Student Advisor provides support and advocacy for all of Dalhousie’s Indigenous students. We welcome you to make use of our personal, educational, and career resources to enhance your university experience:
- Scholarship and bursary information
- Cultural activities
- Educational and information sessions
- Networking opportunities
- Referrals to supports on and off campus
VISIT THE CENTRE
Visit our Centre at 1321 Edward Street to take advantage of our advising, tutors, and computer lab, and meet other Indigenous students. We also host social gatherings, cultural events and information sessions.
The Indigenous Student Centre offers traditional smudging. We welcome students and Elders to visit the centre to use our smudging facilities. Plant medicines are available.
Financial Awards are posted on the ISC bulletin board, and on our social media channels. Deadlines happen throughout the year, so it is important to take note of those you are eligible for and apply. Do not wait for when you need the money.
Indigenous Student Centre
1321 Edward Street
Summer office hours
Monday - Friday: 9am-4pm
MEET OUR STAFF
Michele Graveline, Indigenous Student Advisor
Michele Graveline (she/her) is an Indigenous Student Advisor at Dalhousie. She grew up in a Metis community within Treaty 5 in Northern Manitoba and relocated to Mi’kma’ki in 1995. She completed a BA (Hons.) at the University of Manitoba (’92) and a MAEd at Mount Saint Vincent University (‘08). Her interests include Earth-based healing, plant medicine, personal writing, ecological relations, cultural safety, and anti-violence against women and MMIWGTS. She has been supporting Indigenous students in this territory since 2009, first in public schools and starting in 2017, at Dalhousie.
Michele can be reached at email@example.com.