Your life and well-being as a U of A student are interconnected. From feeling financially secure to managing your time, your experiences — positive and negative — impact other areas of your life. U of A student services, resources, and support help you find balance, create growth, and build your success as a student.
Develop your academic skills at any stage of your degree by incorporating undergraduate and graduate academic services and resources.
Find out what scholarships and awards you are eligible for as a current student, and learn more about bursaries, emergency funding, and student loans.
Take care of your health — mental and physical — by integrating campus wellness resources and services into your day-to-day.
Explore your options for housing on and off campus, as well as your transportation and parking choices as a student, maps and routes, and information about your U-Pass.
Get involved with student groups and associations, volunteer opportunities,and more to make friends, gain experiences, and contribute to the campus community.
Gain valuable skills and experiences throughout your degree that will enrich your career throughout your professional life.
Help maintain a safe campus community by knowing what to do in an emergency, learning how to prevent crime, and accessing safety resources.
Find information on tuition & fees, course listings, class schedules, transcripts, exams, and more.
If you do need help now, know that help is available to you 24/7 through community supports and on campus during the weekdays.
The First Peoples' House provides an environment of empowerment for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit learners to achieve personal and academic growth.
The International Services Centre is your gateway to the world. Connect with ISC for education abroad experiences, immigration and intercultural advising, the Certificate in International Learning, and more.
Student Connect is the Office of the Registrar's student service centre, located on the main floor of the Administration Building. Student Connect services are provided in person, over the phone, and via our email contact form.
Learn more about community supports and resources on the student wellness mental health hub.