Students

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.

Academic Advising

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.

Advising hours:
Monday - Thursday
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
1:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Office Location:
2-20 Pembina Hall (map)

Prospective students:
Email:
nsrecru@ualberta.ca
Tel: 780-492-4173

Current student advising:
Email: nsadvisor@ualberta.ca

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:
780-492-2991

Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 12:00 pm
1:00 pm - 4:30 pm