Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre

Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre
Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre

  • Inside view of the Tipi

    Inside view of the tipi

  • Lauren Winkler looking out of the tipi

    Lauren Winkler looking out of the tipi

  • The Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre

  • Mary

    Mary, our Administrative Coordinator will greet you as you enter.

  • Student lounge

    The student lounge is available for students to meet and study.

  • fdasc kitchen

    Bring your food and make a meal or attend one of our bi-weekly feasts.

  • Library

    Upstairs our library houses over 250 Indigenous books. This is a great place to study or set up a meeting.

  • Ann Cooking

    Students are welcome to use the kitchen at anytime!

  • Laundry Service

    Free laundry service!

The Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre, or 4D as it is affectionately called, strives to be a home away from home, a hub of activity and a key resource for Queen's Indigenous students.

Located in a historic home at 146 Barrie St., we offer many amenities. Come and hang out or study in our lounge with free wifi and cable TV, grab a snack or a meal in our fully equipped kitchen, and do your laundry for free!  

We offer academic tutoring and advising, cultural programming, Indigenous focused library, and a range of workshops designed to support you, academically, socially and culturally.

We are open Monday - Friday from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.
You can contact us by phone, email or please drop in!
We have been around since 1996 when we opened with funding from the Ontario Ministry of Education and Training under its Aboriginal Education and Training Strategy. The Centre has been at its current location since 2000. 

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