Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre

Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre
Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre

Explore graduate/professional prospective programs and supports for Aboriginal Students

 

School of Graduate Studies

Visit the school of graduate studies to learn about degree programs that span disciplines in 6 academic faculties. The school also offers many cross-faculty, interdisciplinary and collaborative programs. It is this range of scholarly options and our breadth in research strength that has made Queen’s the destination of choice of more than 4,000 graduate students who come from more than 70 countries.

Visit the School of Medicine. The Admissions Committee recognizes the critical shortage of Indigenous physicians in Canada and the need to educate more Indigenous physicians to serve as role models and address the health care needs of Canada's Indigenous people. The Committee has developed an alternate process for assessment of Indigenous candidates. Up to a maximum of four qualified Indigenous students per year may be admitted to the M.D. program by the alternate process. Indigenous candidates may also choose to apply through the regular admission process.
Queen's Law

Visit Queen’s Faculty of Law and learn about how they are committed to increasing Aboriginal representation within the legal profession, and supporting the Aboriginal students who choose Queen's.
Queen's Law has a Queen’s Law Aboriginal Law Students’ Alliance to meet students' specific needs. 

 
Faculty of Education

Visit the Faculty of Education for more information on programs and services for aboriginal students. Aboriginal Education Teacher Education, Bachelors of Education, and Graduate Programs.

 

Lisa Doxtator

​Aboriginal Community Outreach Liaison

Graduate/Professional Studies, Faculty of Education

Shekoli (Hello). I am from the First Nation of Oneida of the Thames. If you are considering a graduate or professional degree please contact me. I would love to speak with you! I am happy to answer any of your questions and help familiarize you with our campus. 

  

Ann Deer

Indigenous Access Recruitment Coordinator, Medicine & Law 

I am from the Wolf Clan, Mohawks of Akwesasne. I work for the faculties of law and medicine to work with prospective students and current law and medicine students, organizing discussions, cultural events, Feast nights and more. I will be happy to help connect you to other Aboriginal students here at Queen's.

E: ann.deer@queensu.ca
P: 613-484-0761

   

Colette Steer

Recruitment and Events Manager, Graduate Studies

I am very excited you are considering Graduate/Professional studies at Queen’s! We offer exceptional programming and support for Aboriginal students. Check out our Graduate Studies website to explore more about programs, services and funding opportunities for Aboriginal students. 

E: grad.recruitment@queensu.ca
P: 613-533-2000 X 78776

 

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