Student advisors can talk to you about the admissions process, scheduling, enrolling in classes and managing your workload. We also answer questions about bursaries, scholarships and funding applications. Let us know about your academic concerns, too. We can help you with writing and study skills, tutoring and time management—or point you in the right direction to someone who can.
Please reach out to an advisor if you experience issues such as discrimination, harassment or cultural exclusion. We are here to support you and to advocate on your behalf.
MacEwan University’s Student Affairs office provides a range of academic and personal supports. We often refer students to the following services.
Access and Disability Resources (ADR)
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 related to your disability. We listen to you and refer you to the appropriate on-campus supports.
Careers and Experience
The Careers and Experience office helps students and alumni navigate their career journey. We give advice, provide resources, organize events and support development of career-relevant experience through leadership and volunteer opportunities as well as experiential learning opportunities such as course projects with community partners, internships, field placements and co-ops.
First-year university students encounter new environments, new knowledge, new people and new perspectives. We can help you navigate all of these new experiences successfully. Starting with New Student Orientation, and going throughout the year, we provide information on support and resources, extracurricular activities and ways to get involved to make the most of your university experience.
Named after MacEwan's first president, the John L. Haar Library spans two city blocks across Buildings 6 & 7 and has plenty of silent study areas and computers. Visit the library's website to search the collections, access research and citation resources, and contact librarians for research help.
The Writing Centre
Our Writing Centre is here to help you improve your academic writing skills. Submit a paper online to receive feedback on your writing, book a video chat appointment with a tutor, or have a look at our many writing, study skills, and time management resources online. Access this free service at any stage of the writing process, whether you are just getting started, struggling with writer’s block, or polishing a final draft.
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 book an appointment to discuss health and wellness concerns. The first step is to attend an Initial Consultation (IC). Initial consultations are available by telephone, video, or in-person on a limited basis. Please contact Reception to book an initial consultation. Follow-up appointments for ongoing counselling are available by telephone or video only.