Indigenous Students

Indigenous Student Society of Acadia (ISSA)


The Indigenous Student Society of Acadia states its purpose as “a place to connect with Indigenous students and non-indigenous students and develop community.” This strong group of Indigenous student leaders hosts campus events and endeavors to support the Indigenous student population at Acadia.

 

Events

  • Smudge
    Friday, March 15, 5pm and Friday, April 12, 5pm
    Welkaqnik, Rhodes Hall Room 103

  • Indigenous Student Society Film Night
    Sunday, March 31, 8pm

Support Sessions

  • Writing Centre Tutor in Welkaqnik
    Mondays, March 4 — April 1, 12pm - 2pm
    Welkaqnik, Rhodes Hall

  • Resource Librarian in Welkaqnik
    Wednesdays, March 6 — April 3, 2pm
    Welkaqnik, Rhodes Hall

  • ISSA Craft Workshop
    Wednesdays, March 6 — April 3, 6pm

Dion Kaszas, Coordinator of Indigenous Affairs and Student Advising

 Working With Indigenous Peoples Handbook

Contact

Dion Kaszas, MA
Coordinator of Indigenous Affairs and Student Advising
Rhodes Hall, Room 103
21 University Ave
Wolfville, NS
B4P 2R6

indigenous@acadiau.ca

Tel: 902.585.1602
Fax: 902.585.1093

Monday - Friday
8:30am - 4:30pm