ACADEMICS

Student Success

Going to university can be an exciting time, but it can also be challenging. More demanding academic standards, new ways to learn and study, getting help if you’re falling behind—as a university student, academic performance is one of your top priorities.

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Let us support your success

Advising

Advisors are available to support you at different stages of your university experience.

If you need a plan to progress through your current program or if you are considering a new program, academic advisors can help guide you along the way.

Connect with your program academic advisor or an advisor at the MacEwan Academic Advising Centre. We will help you chart a smooth course.

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Learning

Depending on your academic needs, these areas provide consultation, sessions and information related to course content. 

Technology and Online Learning

Is technology causing you problems? Are you struggling to figure out how to access or fully participate in your online courses? Help is close at hand. 

Some students choose online learning because it provides them with the flexibility they need to work from home. Others, in particular during the COVID-19 pandemic, would prefer to work on campus, but have had to complete course work online.

No matter your situation, the MacEwan eLearning Office is here to support you. From getting started online with our Blackboard Orientation course to learning strategies for online learning success, we are here to support your learning.

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Equity, Diversity, Inclusion

A supportive environment contributes to success in the classroom. These offices are committed to supporting an equitable, diverse and inclusive campus experience for all students.

Office of the University Registrar

For help accessing student records, using MyStudentSystem, and learning about tuition and fees, visit the Office of the University Registrar.

Tuition, Fees, and More
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More than academics

Student success is about more than homework and working hard to get good grades. It's also about having fun, participating in campus events and knowing where to go if you're struggling—personally, financially or academically.

Campus Life

What’s on?

There's so much happening at MacEwan University. Visiting speakers, student presentations, Griffins games, theatre and musical performances, art exhibits, SAMU events—and so much more. What's on this week?

MacEwan Events