Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre

Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre
Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre

Visit FDASC and join in on community events

  • QNSA President Lauren Winkler and Marlene Brant Castellano, Co-Chair of the Aboriginal Council

    QNSA President Lauren Winkler and Marlene Brant Castellano, Co-Chair of the Aboriginal Council at Queen's University, listen to Principal Daniel Woolf during an event marking the release of Queen's Truth and Reconciliation Commission Task Force’s Report and Recommendations. (Photo by Garrett Elliott)

  • Student being honoured her aboriginal graduation gift
  • Members of the Queen's community perform a Haudenosaunee round dance

    Members of the Queen's community perform a Haudenosaunee round dance at the event marking the release of the Queen's Truth and Reconciliation Commission Task Force’s Report and Recommendations. (Photo by Garrett Elliott)

  • he Four Directions Women Singers sing an Anishinaabe honour song

    The Four Directions Women Singers sing an Anishinaabe honour song during the event to mark the release of the Queen's Truth and Reconciliation Commission Task Force’s Report and Recommendations. (Photo by Garrett Elliott)

  • Fry Bread

    Fry Bread! Come to our fry-bread Fridays - every Friday at the end of the month!
     

  • Come to Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre and visit our Tipi!

Four Directions welcomes the Queen's community to visit Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre to explore community events which happen all throughout the year.

We offer many ways to get involved, engage with the Kingston community, and meet other students on campus. 

We offer cultural programming, feast events, tipi talks, laundry facilities, a lounge and MANY more places to relax. This is simply a place to call home!
See you there!

 

 

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