Live, study and work in an inclusive and respectful environment at MacEwan Residence. We welcome all students and believe that a diverse community is a strong community.
Diversity and individuality are core values of MacEwan University. If you choose to live in MacEwan Residence, you become part of a community that embraces these values.
To provide a safe, inclusive and supportive living experience, MacEwan Residence has a gender-inclusive housing option that lets students choose to live with whomever they choose, regardless of biological sex, gender or gender identity. Applicants who have a specific roommate or roommates in mind may request to share a suite with them during the application process.
If you are interested in or have questions about gender-inclusive housing, please contact us.
Welcome the world
With about 100 international students calling residence home each year, there are plenty of opportunities to learn about different countries, cultures and religions. We value the diversity that you bring to our hallways and meeting spaces and work closely with MacEwan International and Education Abroad to support you.
“I came here from a different country. Living and working in residence helped me meet lots of people and learn about Canadian culture.”
— Galyna, Therapist Assistant program
A place for smudging
If you want to smudge in residence, you can do so in Room 119 or in your suite. Email us with the date and time you’d like to smudge, so we can speak to your roommate or ensure Room 119 is available. You need to have your own medicine and supplies.
You can also smudge in kihêw waciston, the Indigenous Centre on campus. If you are smudging here, staff can provide you with sage or sweet grass.
Diversity-related resources on campus
Advisors and staff in International Students can answer your questions about international study and help with the adjustment to university life in a new country. We offer encouragement, provide cultural and academic support and direct you to resources that will help make your international education adventure a success.
780-497-5397 | firstname.lastname@example.org, City Centre Campus10700 – 104 AvenueEdmonton, AB
Monday – Friday
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.
780-497-5382 | email@example.com
Indigenous Centre (formerly Paul Byrne Hall)
Monday – Friday
Accessible via the second floor of the Robbins Health Learning Centre (east elevator or stairs down).
At MacEwan University, we are committed to working with all members of our campus community to build a discrimination-free environment. Contact us if you have experienced discrimination on campus. We can guide and support you.
Office of Human Rights, Diversity and Equity (OHRDE)
780-633-3709 | firstname.lastname@example.org, City Centre Campus10700 – 104 AvenueEdmonton, AB
We are committed to creating a culture of consent and ending sexual violence on campus. We support survivors of sexual violence and guide the MacEwan community in learning to recognize, respond to and prevent all forms of sexual violence. Contact us to learn more about creating a culture of consent on campus or to talk about an incident you've witnessed or experienced.
Office of Sexual Violence Prevention, Education and Response
780-633-3709 | email@example.com, City Centre Campus10700 – 104 AvenueEdmonton, AB
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.
Peer Support Centre
780-497-4776 | firstname.lastname@example.orgA, City Centre Campus10700 – 104 AvenueEdmonton, AB
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.
Services to Students with Disabilities (SSD)
780-497-5886 | email@example.com, City Centre Campus10700 – 104 AvenueEdmonton, AB
If you are having difficulty with an instructor, your faculty/school or the University, we can provide you with support, guidance and representation. Students talk to us about student discipline cases, academic appeals and academic integrity issues such as plagiarism, cheating and improper collaboration. We can help by advocating for a fair and reasonable process.
780-497-5476 | firstname.lastname@example.orgCity Centre Campus10700 – 104 AvenueEdmonton, AB