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
Career Development and Experiential Learning (CDEL) helps students and alumni navigate their career journey with confidence. We give advice, provide resources, organize events and support experiential learning opportunities, such as 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.
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 (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.
The Writing Centre
Our peer writing tutors can help you to improve your communication and writing skills. 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. We can also teach you to avoid plagiarism and to use APA, MLA and Chicago documentation styles correctly.
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).