The Faculty of Native Studies is dedicated to supporting our students through their educational journey. While we are the smallest faculty at the U of A our support staff is here to assist and guide students as well as support our growing community. We offer certificates (embedded and standalone), undergraduate degree programs - 4 year, combined and after degree - and graduate degree programs.
Credit / No Credit Implementation
In order to answer your questions about how CR/NCR will impact your academics, we have created a Q&A which can be found here.
Your Academic Advisor is essential to you, the student. The Faculty of Native Studies Academic Advisor provides academic assistance throughout your university career with:
- Prospective Student Advising
- Program Planning & Program Checklist Requests
- Declaring/Changing your minor
- Graduation Requirements
- Academic Standing
- Academic Appeals
- Course Add/Delete, or Withdrawals
- Appeal Procedures, Deferred Final Exams, etc...
- Letter of Permission Requests
- Prerequisite Waivers
It is recommended that students meet with the Academic Advisor at least once a year to ensure program and course planning is consistent with program requirements.
Monday - Thursday
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
2-20 Pembina Hall (map)
Current student advising:
Drop-ins are always welcome, however the advisor may not be available. To ensure availability it is always best to book an appointment by contacting:
Native Studies Front Desk:
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 12:00 pm
1:00 pm - 4:30 pm