If you have experienced or witnessed unwanted, uncomfortable or unethical behaviour, either as an employee or as a student, you can report your concerns to the Confidence Line. We will listen to you, protect your anonymity and direct you to the MacEwan service that can help you best.
How it Works
If you call the Confidence Line number, an operator will take down the details of your report. If you choose to file the report online, you will enter the details yourself, generating a case file.
After creating a report, whether online or over the phone, you may be directed to resources specific to the type of report you’re filing. For example, an academic complaint may be referred to the academic integrity officer or the dean. An assault will be directed to MacEwan Security Services or police.
The report will be shared with appropriate staff at the university, and if you request to remain anonymous your identity will be kept confidential. University staff may follow up by commenting on your online case file, avoiding the need for direct contact if you wish to remain anonymous.
When to use the Confidence Line
Any situation that concerns you warrants a call to Confidence Line. It's also meant to provide some direction if you don't know if the situation is something you should report or not.
Confidence Line can point you to the proper resources and initiate follow-up from the university.
Visit the Confidence Line website or call the toll-free number to submit a report.
Grant MacEwan University Faculty Association (GMUFA)
The Grant MacEwan University Faculty Association negotiates the terms and conditions of employment for its members and ensures the proper application and interpretation of the Collective Agreement.
Kihêw waciston Indigenous Centre
kihêw waciston, which means “eagle’s nest” in Cree, is a home away from home for MacEwan University's Indigenous students. Contact us if you have questions about personal, academic, funding or cultural services on campus. We can support you on your post-secondary path.
MacEwan Staff Association (MSA)
The MacEwan Staff Association (MSA), a union controlled directly by members who elect an executive, is committed to enhancing the work environment and advocating for the interests of its members while contributing to the success of MacEwan University. . Under the direction of the MSA executive, MSA staff manage the daily functions of the Union.
Students who are parents have questions to ask and experiences to share. The Parent Connect program gives you the opportunity to meet with other students who are also balancing parenthood with a post-secondary education. Your children are welcome at these monthly gatherings.
Meeting dates and times, event details and other pertinent information can be found on our Facebook page.
Peer Support Centre
Peer Support, an initiative of the Students' Association of MacEwan University, is about students helping students. If you need a safe and confidential space to discuss life’s stresses and tough situations, we have trained listeners waiting to meet with you.
Services to Students with Disabilities (SSD)
If you are a student with a disability, we support you by coordinating accommodations, such as in-class support and exam services. As well, we are a first point of contact if you have concerns or experience discrimination. We listen to you and refer you to the appropriate on-campus supports.
Student Affairs oversees areas that support student success. From new student orientations to counselling services, and career education to volunteer opportunities, Student Affairs helps create a university experience that is fulfilling—and engaging—for all students.
Do you need help interpreting and understanding policies, processes and decisions? The Student Ombudsperson is an independent, neutral, confidential and accessible resource for all students. You can come here for fair and impartial advice.
Wellness and Psychological Services
If you are struggling with personal or academic stress and need someone to talk to, we can support you with free, professional, confidential counselling. Students enrolled in one or more credit courses can meet to discuss health and wellness concerns. The first step is to attend an Initial Consultation (IC).