Mental

Connect with services to help you excel in your academics while at the U of A. FPH offers tutors and a number of other supports to assist you in achieving your goals.

TAWOW Welcoming Event

TAWOW is our annual interactive booth fair held specifically to welcome new and continuing First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students at the University of Alberta. The event allows students to learn more about the services and programs available to the at the U of A and within the Edmonton community.

Transition Year Program

The Transition Year Program (TYP) is a University access program for FNMI students who may not be prepared to enter a faculty through the regular admissions route.

Bridges Orientation

The Bridges Orientation is a two-day orientation specifically for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students, which includes a campus tour, attendance at the TAWOW Welcoming Event, the Find What Moves You! Introduction to Campus and Community Recreation, and much more.

Academic Resources

Academic supports and services are available to students directly in the First Peoples' House space, including librarians, writing mentors, tutors, photocopying, and more.