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.
Career Development and Experiential Learning
Whether you're a first-year student with limited professional experience or a mature student looking to make an important career transition, we are here to help. We can help you identify your strengths, prepare for interviews, look for jobs and create a professional profile on LinkedIn. Drop in to the Career Development Centre.
MacEwan's professional counsellors provide confidential support and assistance to current students, free of charge, in the areas of personal, educational and career concerns.
In your first year of university you will be surrounded by new environments, new knowledge, new people and new perspectives. We have a lot of support and information to help you get through your first year successfully. Starting with New Student Orientation, First Year Experience gives you information you need on support and resources, extracurricular activities and ways to get involved to make the most of your university experience.
MacEwan University’s library is a key source of information for students as they begin a research project, find and evaluate information and learn to properly cite sources. Research librarians can help students at various stages of the research process, and the library website contains useful information on various aspects of research and citation.
Services to Students with Disabilities
Register with SSD if you experience any barriers at the university that may be related to a disability or medical condition. Our goal is to facilitate the full participation of students with disabilities by sharing information and resources, providing a broad range of services including access to technology, and recommending academic accommodations for students.
Writing & Learning Services and the Writing Centre
Meet with a consultant to learn about effective study and time management strategies, or bring in a draft of an essay to receive feedback on potential areas for improvement. You can also learn how to avoid plagiarism and how to use APA, MLA and Chicago documentation styles to cite information correctly.