Indigenous Student Support

Dalhousie’s Indigenous Student Centres help create a sense of cultural belonging to support your success while at Dalhousie. Our Indigenous Student Advisors provide support and advocacy for all of Dalhousie’s Indigenous students. We welcome you to make use of our cultural, educational and career resources to enhance your university experience.

The Indigenous Student Centre provides:

  • one-on-one advising and advocacy
  • academic support through tutoring, study skills and writing skill development
  • quiet study space and a computer lab
  • access to cultural activities
  • information on scholarships and bursaries
  • a space to smudge

On the Halifax campus, visit our Centre (1321 Edward Street) to connect with your peers, or speak with your advisor. You can also visit the Indigenous Student Centre website or contact us by phone at (902) 494-8863. Visit for more information.

On the Truro campus, visit Keah Gloade, Manager, Indigenous Students in the Dairy Building to take advantage of academic advising, learn about services on campus and find out how to connect with your peers. For more information, contact Keah at (902) 956-9270 or visit the Dal Agricultural Campus Indigenous Student Support website.