Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre

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Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre
Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre

Welcome Graduate Students!

 

What can you do at FDASC?

Join our cultural Events & Programming

This is a great chance to get involved and meet other Aboriginal students. Come and gather for some beading, leather work, hand drumming and creating with traditional materials.

Feast at the Three Sisters’ feast nights & Frybread Friday

Feasts are the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month and ​Frybread Frydays are the last Friday of the month! See you there!

Chill out in the student lounge

This is a great space where students can relax, socialize, do school work and hold meetings.

Join Queen's Supporting Aboriginal Graduate Enhancement (SAGE)

Queen’s SAGE is an interdisciplinary and cross-institutional peer-mentoring program designed to support Aboriginal graduate students with the successful transition into and completion of their graduate programs.

Bring your Laundry (seriously!)

Bring your laundry and take advantage of our free laundry service here at Four Directions!

Seek Academic Supports

Four Directions can help be the liaison to your Professional/Graduate Schools. Our advisors and strategists can also help you deal with academic problems and map out a successful academic career.

Visit the Elder-in-Residence

The Elder is an invaluable resource to our students and staff, providing support, guidance and leadership. At the Centre three days a week, the Elder is also available to meet with students on a one-on-one basis.

Cook meals with friends in the Four Directions Kitchen

You are welcome anytime to come and use the kitchen. Students love using the kitchen while studying or relaxing to causally make a coffee or tea, or whip up a total master piece! 

 

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