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Faculties and Schools

Faculty of Arts and Science

The Faculty of Arts and Science is home to nine academic departments, encompassing a range of disciplines. Faculty administration is housed in the Office of the Dean. Prospective and current students looking for assistance in planning their studies should contact Faculty of Arts and Science Program Services.

Faculty of Arts and Science Program Services

780-497-4505 | artsandscience@macewan.ca

6-211, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Connect with an Arts & Science Academic Advisor

Due to COVID-19, the Faculty of Arts and Science Program Services Office is providing advising services to current Arts & Science students in one of the following ways:

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Submit your Question by email.
We are answering emails submitted to artsandscience@macewan.ca in the order they are received. We aim to respond within 4 business days. We thank you for your patience.

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Sign up for a Quick Question (10 minute maximum session).
Arts & Science Academic Advisors are available during office hours for a 10-minute Quick Question session. In order to place yourself in the queue for an advisor to call you, please fill out our Quick Question Sign-Up Sheet. An Academic Advisor will contact you by phone. If you do not answer our phone call, you will need to sign up again. Please note the advisors calling from Google Meet may come up as random phone numbers. We will aim to return your call within 48 hours. Please also note that if your session is not a quick question or if the Advisor determines that more time will be needed to address your specific question(s), you may be asked to schedule a longer appointment.

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Book an appointment. Schedule your 25-minute one-on-one appointment to connect with an Arts & Science Academic Advisor.

Book an appointment

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For general Arts & Science inquiries, please call 780-497-4505.

 

Please do not submit duplicate requests or inquiries. If you sign up for a Quick Question, please do not also send an email with the same question. Please be patient, your request will be answered in the order it is received.

Office hours

Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – noon and 1 – 4:30 p.m. 

For questions about the Bachelor of Science in Engineering transfer program please email engineering@macewan.ca.



Faculty of Fine Arts and Communications

The Faculty of Fine Arts and Communications consists of five departments, focusing on fine art and design, theatre production and performance, arts and cultural management, journalism and professional communication, and music. Prospective and current students looking for assistance in planning their studies or with questions about a specific program can contact advisors listed on program websites.

Faculty of Fine Arts and Communications
Administration

780-497-4450

11-421, Allard Hall
11110 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Office hours

Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.



Faculty of Health and Community Studies

The Faculty of Health and Community Studies consists of over a dozen programs in five departments: Allied Health and Human Performance, Child and Youth Care, Human Services and Early Learning, Public Safety and Justice Studies, and Social Work. We are recognized for teaching and research leadership that enhances the health, safety and well-being of our communities.

Faculty of Health and Community Studies

780-633-3049

9-407, Robbins Health Learning Centre
10910 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Faculty of Nursing

The Faculty of Nursing consists of five departments delivering innovative educational programming to those aspiring to become registered nurses (RNs) or registered psychiatric nurses (RPNs), as well as practicing RNs and RPNs, and other health professionals. We are committed to inspiring nurses, creating connections and transforming lives.

Faculty of Nursing

Robbins Health Learning Centre
10910 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



School of Business

MacEwan University's School of Business is one of the largest business schools in Western Canada. It includes four academic departments and offers degree, diploma and certificate options. We value a teaching-focused approach that guides students into a variety of business-related careers.

Prospective or current students looking for assistance in planning their studies can contact the School of Business Student Services Centre.

Professionals who would like to share their expertise and experience with the next generation of business leaders or who have questions about co-op and other work experience opportunities can contact us by phone or email.

School of Business

780-497-5204 | business@macewan.ca

7-252, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

School of Business Student Services Centre

780-497-5162

5-238, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Office hours

Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – noon and 1 – 4:30 p.m.

School of Continuing Education

MacEwan University’s School of Continuing Education offers lifelong learning opportunities to enhance your career and life. The school delivers professional development certificates and courses to domestic and international students in Business and Management, Art, Design & Digital Media, Health and Workplace Wellness, English as an Additional Language, University Preparation and the Conservatory of Music.

Registration and Information Services Centre

780-497-4400 | sce@macewan.ca

Allard Hall
11110 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Toll-free
1-855-797-4400

Business hours

Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Closed Saturdays, Sundays and all statutory holidays.

SCE International

 | sceinternational@macewan.ca

Allard Hall
11110 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Academic Departments

Department of Accounting and Finance

Dr. Eloisa Perez, Chair

Accounting is the language of business. Accountants provide businesses with the tools to make informed decisions with respect to optimizing resources. The Accounting and Finance Department at MacEwan University strives to offer the highest quality of education for students studying in Alberta. With faculty members from a wide range of backgrounds and experience in the industry, the department offers students the guidance, mentorship required to succeed in the fast-paced work environment and demanding professions in the fields of accountancy and finance.

Department of Accounting and Finance

Department of Allied Health and Human Performance

Darren Tellier, Interim Chair

The Department of Allied Health and Human Performance is focused on the health and well-being of individuals and their communities. Faculty members with strong connections to professional practice prepare students for professions that enhance the quality of life of individuals, families and communities. Students develop the skills, theoretical knowledge, and practical skills needed to be successful in their chosen field.

Department of Allied Health and Human Performance

Department of Anthropology, Economics and Political Science

Dr. Hugh McKenzie, Chair

Our interdisciplinary department is home to 24 full-time faculty members from three social science disciplines: Anthropology, Economics and Political Science. Taking direction from the strengths and areas of scholarship of our faculty members, emerging trends in the social sciences and global social and cultural needs, we offer students diverse opportunities both inside and outside the classroom. Enriching opportunities include an annual interdisciplinary undergraduate conference on emerging global issues and trends, our award-winning Model United Nations Club, a field placement and competition participation in economics and archeological field training and an anthropological field seminar in alternating years. In addition, our anthropology lab is a valued teaching and research facility and houses the university's human and faunal skeletal collections, as well as artifacts such as pottery, stone tools and prehistoric weapons.

Department of Anthropology, Economics and Political Science

780-633-3890

7-368, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Office hours

Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. and 1 – 4:30 p.m.



Department of Art and Design

Robert Andruchow, Chair

This department combines Fine Art and Design. The two-year diploma in Fine Art prepares students for a Bachelor of Fine Art or a professional art practice. The four-year Bachelor of Design prepares professionals for the multi-disciplinary field of visual communication design.

Department of Art and Design

780-497-4322

11-415A, Allard Hall
11110 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Office hours

Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.



Department of Arts and Cultural Management

Leslie Vermeer, Interim Chair

This department prepares students for careers in arts management. The Arts and Cultural Management program prepares professionals for administrative and management roles in the creative and cultural sectors.

Department of Arts and Cultural Management

780-497-4408 | artsmanagement@macewan.ca

11-415B, Allard Hall
11110 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Department of Biological Sciences

Dr. Kevin Friesen, Chair

The Department of Biological Sciences is home to 18 full-time professorial faculty, six full-time lab instruction faculty (including two lab supervisors) and four full-time technicians who support the delivery of laboratory curriculum.

The Biological Sciences major includes two streams of study—molecular/cellular biology and ecology/environmental biology. Our dedicated faculty members, program of study and facilities provide opportunities for students to study life from its smallest to its grandest forms, both inside and outside the classroom. Newly constructed facilities include a microscopy suite, a tissue culture facility, a histology centre and a small aquatics room with freshwater and marine tanks. During spring and summer terms, the five undergraduate teaching laboratories are used by faculty and students for research activities. Experiential learning opportunities include a 300-level Tropical Rainforest Ecology course, which includes an 18-day field trip to Ecuador where students can experience a variety of ecosystems including the Amazonian lowland rainforest, the Andean cloud forest and the Galapagos Islands.

Department of Biological Sciences

780-633-3399

6-118, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Office hours

Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. and 1 – 4:30 p.m.



Department of Child and Youth Care

Jenny McGrath, Chair

The Department of Child and Youth Care provides an undergraduate degree (with a diploma exit) focused on providing the knowledge and practical skills required to work in a professional environment with high-risk youth and families. Students have the opportunity to learn from highly qualified faculty involved in practice and research with children, youth, families and communities.

Department of Child and Youth Care

780-497-5174 | cyc@macewan.ca

9-414, Robbins Health Learning Centre
10910 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Department of Communication

Rey Rosales, Chair

The Bachelor of Communication Studies degree program provides professionals with the core skills of effective communication with career specialization in either journalism or professional communication.

The Public Relations diploma program prepares students with previous post-secondary education for an exciting new career in communications in less than a year.

Department of Communication

780-497-5623

11-415H, Allard Hall
11110 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Department of Computer Science

Dr. Cameron Macdonell, Chair

The Department of Computer Science is home to 12 full-time faculty members. Students can opt to focus their studies within the major in three streams: databases and interactive visualization, systems and information security, and video game development. Our program prepares computer science graduates for careers in systems analysis, software development and programming, database analysis and administration, software engineering network and system administration and web development. We also recognize that many graduates choose to use their degree to launch careers in other areas, and our program reflects the breadth component which is highly regarded in MacEwan’s Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees.

Department of Computer Science

780-497-4484

5-173, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Office hours

Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – noon and 1 – 4:30 p.m.



Department of Decision Sciences

Rickard Enstroem, PhD, Chair

The Department of Decision Sciences is an interdisciplinary department in the School of Business. As a department, it brings together faculty from several fields in the social sciences with a common interest in the normative and positive study of judgment and decision making in the context of an organization, operation or at an individual level, thereby applying qualitative and quantitative approaches, experimental as well as market approaches. We have a particularly strong focus on Supply Chain Management, the coordination and integration of a value network to ensure a continual refinement of products and services with agility, adaptability, and alignment so that they satisfy demands in the global market.

Our faculty have backgrounds spanning from economics and statistics to insurance studies, management science, and marketing. Many of our faculty have international and industry experience, and the department maintains close links with industry and several designation-granting bodies. 

Department of Decision Sciences

780-497-5387

5-256, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Department of English

Dr. Pam Farvolden, Chair

The Department of English strives to create an environment that demands excellence and expresses our commitment to helping students succeed. The department of English is home to 22 tenured and tenure-track faculty members. We offer both a major (with an Honours option) and a minor in English, as well as a successful Minor in Creative Writing. In addition, the department provides introductory English courses to all students at MacEwan in order to prepare them for their studies in other disciplines.

Beyond the classroom, the Department of English inspires minds across campus and provides students with opportunities to enrich their educational experience. The Canadian Author’s Series organizes annual readings by both local and national writers. The Writer in Residence program provides another link to working writers, by hosting an Albertan writer on campus who is available as a resource for both students and the public. Other exciting activities include Confluence, a biannual award-winning student produced publication, and the MacEwan Book Project, which offers diverse programming centered on a contemporary Canadian novel.

Department of English

780-497-5346

6-223, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Office hours

Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. and 1 – 4:30 p.m.



Department of Health Systems & Sustainability

Kathleen (Kathy) Miller, Chair

The focus of this department is on the health systems and sustainability. Courses in this department support our learners to become leaders and effectively transition from student to graduate nurse. Through partnerships with academic and industry leaders we are expanding interdisciplinary education and international opportunities for faculty and students in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Psychiatric Nursing Diploma and the Bachelor of Psychiatric Nursing programs.

Department of Health Systems & Sustainability

Robbins Health Learning Centre
10910 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Department of Human Health & Sciences

Paul Kerr, Chair

Faculty members in the Department of Human Health & Sciences are experts in their fields of anatomy, physiology, pharmacology and nursing. Courses delivered by this department are provided to students in the following programs: Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Psychiatric Nursing Diploma and the Bachelor of Psychiatric Nursing programs.

Department of Human Health & Sciences

Robbins Health Learning Centre
10910 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Department of Human Services and Early Learning

Tricia Lirette, Chair

The Department of Human Services and Early Learning prepares students to become educators of children and youth in a variety of early learning and educational settings. The department also provides students the opportunity to become effective human service managers and leaders. Faculty with strong connections to the field ensure students acquire the necessary professional practice skills and knowledge to excel in their chosen career.

Department of Human Services and Early Learning

Department of Humanities

Dr. Michael Carroll, Chair

The Department of Humanities is built upon the vitality of its multidisciplinary structure, combining history, classics, philosophy and languages, including Chinese, French, Greek, Latin, Japanese and Spanish. We have a commitment to excellence in the pursuit of knowledge and excellence in student learning. We feed this commitment by recruiting faculty to complement the department’s strengths, encouraging excellence in teaching and course design, teaching specialized material at advanced levels and pursuing scholarship in our core disciplines. Study in the Humanities facilitates excellence in writing, critical thinking, understanding of past and current cultures and understanding ourselves. It provides the tools to think about and relate deeply to the human experience, past, present and future.

Department of Humanities

780-497-5608

7-352, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Office hours

Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.



Department of International Business, Marketing, Strategy and Law

Dr. Albena Pergelova, Chair

This department provides students with courses designed to challenge their skills and develop their critical and analytical business skills. With faculty members from a wide range of backgrounds, the department is focused on delivering the highest level of business education in the disciplines of International Business, Marketing, Strategy and Law.

Department of International Business, Marketing, Strategy and Law

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Dr. Adi Tcaciuc, Chair

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics provides a vibrant and supportive home base for students who want to study mathematics and statistics. Our growing department is home to excellent scholars and has a deep commitment to student success, whether taking math as a requirement or as a pursuit of passion. Our faculty members are dedicated to providing an education that emphasizes the knowledge and broad analytical skills that are valuable in today’s world.

Beyond the classroom, our department organizes Torus Talks, a regular presentation series where faculty and students share insights into the uses and versatility of mathematics and statistics, and a Math Help Centre, where students can access additional support in mastering their course work.

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

780-497-5786

5-107, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Office hours

Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – noon and 1 – 4:30 p.m.



Department of Music

Bill Richards, Chair

This degree program responds to the current demands of the music industry and offers the fundamentals of performing jazz and popular music. Students can achieve a four-year Bachelor of Music in Jazz and Contemporary Popular Music or exit with a diploma after two years of study.

Department of Music

780-497-4408

11-415B, Allard Hall
11110 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Department of Nursing Foundations

Brian Parker, Chair

Faculty in the Department of Nursing Foundations bring together discipline-specific foundational nursing courses for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Psychiatric Nursing Diploma and the Bachelor of Psychiatric Nursing programs.

These foundational nursing concepts are further refined through more advanced courses that build upon each students understanding of the role, scope and application of standards of practice for nursing and psychiatric nursing. Faculty are committed to delivering learner-centred teaching and advancing student engaged research.

Department of Nursing Foundations

Robbins Health Learning Centre
10910 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Department of Nursing Practice

Tanya Heuver, Chair

Faculty members in the Department of Nursing Practice are experts in nursing leadership, education and research. They are committed to excellence in professional practice and passionate about nurturing students in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Psychiatric Nursing Diploma and the Bachelor of Psychiatric Nursing programs. This interdisciplinary team facilitates student integration and application of foundational knowledge and diverse skills in the classroom, seminar, lab, and clinical practice settings.

Department of Nursing Practice

Robbins Health Learning Centre
10910 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Department of Organizational Behaviour, Human Resources Management and Management

Dr. Evandro Bocatto, Chair

This department develops and instills students with the capabilities of a successful business manager. Understanding the elements of a business and how they work together as a cohesive unit is key for a manager to lead, develop and innovate a business successfully.

Faculty from a wide range of disciplines (leadership development, knowledge management, organizational behavior and learning, business rhetoric, strategic human resources development, information systems management, and business consulting), experiences (private and public sector, Not-for-profit, business incubators) and backgrounds (Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin-America and North-America) give students a thorough education in each of their courses.

Department of Organizational Behaviour, Human Resources Management and Management

Department of Physical Sciences

Dr. Nancy McKeown, Chair

The Department of Physical Sciences is an interdisciplinary department comprised of the chemistry, earth and planetary sciences, and physics. Our faculty members include experts in physical chemistry, geochemistry, chemical analysis, thermal physics, nuclear physics, astrophysics, geology, mineralogy, geographic information systems and global change. Students in our department benefit from our dedicated faculty, laboratory staff and facilities, an interdisciplinary environment and research opportunities.

Department of Physical Sciences

780-497-5786

5-132, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Office hours

Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – noon and 1 – 4:30 p.m.



Department of Professional Nursing and Allied Health

Jill Vihos, Chair

The Department of Professional Nursing & Allied Health is dedicated to serving front-line multidisciplinary practitioners who strive to improve the health and quality of life for individuals, communities and industries. Through partnerships with academic and industry leaders we are expanding interprofessional education and international opportunities for faculty and students.

Department of Professional Nursing and Allied Health

Robbins Health Learning Centre
10910 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Department of Psychology

Dr. Aimee Skye, Chair

The Department of Psychology is a large and dynamic department, offering both a major and a minor in psychology in both the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees, and a honours degree option. Our 23 tenured and tenure-track faculty members are engaged in research in all areas of psychology, and, in addition to offering a high caliber of classroom instruction, students are encouraged to take advantage of opportunities such as honours and independent studies to add further depth to their educational experience. Field placements in clinical psychology, at a variety of community organizations, is also made available to eligible students.

Department of Psychology

780-633-3653

6-329, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Office hours

Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.



Department of Public Safety and Justice Studies

Tim Williams, Chair

The Department of Public Safety and Justice Studies programs are focused on equipping students with the knowledge and skills required to build safe, secure and just communities. Faculty members with strong connections to professional practice prepare students to protect and serve our communities. With programs in policing, investigations, correctional services, and emergency communication and response, the department offers a variety of pathways towards a career in justice or public safety.

Department of Public Safety and Justice Studies

Department of Sociology

Dr. Michael Gulayets, Chair

Through the Bachelor of Arts degree, a major and minor are available in sociology. In addition, students can specialize in one of two areas: criminology or family, youth and diversity. The department also offers an honours degree, which allows students to develop and implement their own research project. An emphasis on personalized study is demonstrated through opportunities to pursue faculty-supervised independent study projects and community-based research. Through a combination of high quality teaching and enriching opportunities, students are encouraged to engage deeply with the study of sociology and the application of their knowledge.

Department of Sociology

780-633-3653

6-398, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Office hours

Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – noon and 1 – 4 p.m.



Department of Theatre

Scott Spidell, Chair

This department combines Theatre Arts and Theatre Production. The two-year diploma in Theatre Arts provides musical theatre actor training. The two-year diploma in Theatre Production prepares professionals for recruiting and managing crew and set for live productions. 

Department of Theatre

780-497-4408

11-415B, Allard Hall
11110 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



School of Social Work

Erin Gray, Chair

Transformative, collaborative and supportive education: it’s at the heart of what we do. The same qualities are at the heart of what social workers do when they work with families, provide support and transform lives in the communities where they live and work. Students are prepared with the competencies and practice skills to assess and practice in a professional social work setting. Faculty members have a wide range of expertise in social work education, strong connections with the community, and active engagement in research and scholarly activities to advance social work education.

School of Social Work

780-497-5154

9-505, Robbins Health Learning Centre
10910 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Campus Life

Academic Advising Centre

The Advising Centre is a source of general academic advising for all students at MacEwan University. Our goal is to provide clear information and direct you to additional resources on campus when you need them.

Academic Advising Centre

780-497-5112 | advising@macewan.ca

7-131, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Office hours

Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.



Academic Integrity Office

We believe fairness and ethical behaviour are best fostered through education and prevention, not policing and discipline. When academic misconduct is suspected or does occur, we treat students fairly and respectfully.

Contact the Academic Integrity Office if you have questions about restorative practices, academic integrity or the process for reporting or responding to academic misconduct.

Academic Integrity Office

780-633-3083 | aio@macewan.ca

7-103A, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Office hours:

By appointment.

The Academic Integrity Office is operating remotely. Please contact us via email or phone, and we will set up a virtual meeting with you.



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.

Access and Disability Resources (ADR)

780-497-5886 | myAccess@macewan.ca

7-198, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Access and Disability Resources is operating remotely. Our virtual reception can be reached by phone or email.



Athletic Therapy

Our athletic therapists support your rapid return to work and play. From assessment and treatment of old or new injuries, such as concussions, to therapeutic massage and post-operative care, we are here to help you get and stay healthy. We also teach strength and conditioning techniques for injury prevention, rehabilitation and performance. Athletic therapy services are available to everyone.

Athletic Therapy Clinic

Athletic Therapy Clinic
8-125, Christenson Family Centre for Sport and Wellness
10800 – 105 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Blackboard Support

For help with Blackboard Learn, please contact Technology Support. MacEwan University staff, faculty and students can access Technology Support information through myPortal.MacEwan.ca or contact the Technology Support Desk during regular business hours.



Box Office

Allard Hall is home to student theatre productions, unforgettable musical experiences, Ballet Edmonton and more. Reserve your tickets or contact us for event information. Specially priced alumni, MacEwan employee and flex-pass tickets are available.

Box Office

780-497-4470 | boxoffice@macewan.ca

Main Floor, Allard Hall
11110 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Business hours

Monday – Friday, noon to 3 p.m., plus one hour prior to performances/events.
Closed on Mondays during the run of each performance.

 




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.

Career Development

780-633-3512 | mycareer@macewan.ca

7-121, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Monday – Friday

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 

Appointments

Book appointments on MacEwanLife and you’ll have the choice of phone or virtual appointments: learn how to optimize your interview skills for online job interviews, get help planning for your career, get tips on how to maximize your resume and cover letter, ask questions about grad school choices.

Log in and book appointments on MacEwanLife

Drop in

For quick career questions, join our virtual meetings (via Google meet) during drop-in hours.

Experiential Learning

780-497-5616 | el@macewan.ca

7-121, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Catering

MacEwan Food Services is the exclusive provider for all food, beverage, and alcohol services at the university. We offer extensive menu options, fully licensed operations, service staff and specialty equipment. Along with the on-site Catering Manager, we will work with you to determine meal choices for your group that match your budget and your activities. Customized menus are available upon request.

Catering Services

6-005J, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Conference and Event Services

Our Conference and Event Services team can help you plan and execute a perfect event. Online registration, venue set-up, parking, accommodations, technology and catering—we coordinate all of the details.

Conference and Event Services

780-497-5032 | meet@macewan.ca

10-600, University Service Centre
10930 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Operating hours (as of March 16, 2020)

Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 4 p.m.



Confidence Line

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.

When you call the Confidence Line number, an operator asks for the details of your report or you can choose to file the report online, entering the details yourself and generating a case file.

If you are not sure if the situation you want to report warrants a call to the Confidence Line, contact us and we can provide you with direction.

Visit the Confidence Line website or call the toll-free number to submit a report.

Confidence Line

1-800-661-9675



Education Abroad

Education Abroad supports MacEwan students who want to study or volunteer outside Canada and international students who want to attend MacEwan University through exchange and summer programs.

Education Abroad

MacEwan International
7-105, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Office hours

Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (MST)



Exam Services Centre

The Exam Services Centre provides a variety of exam-related supports to MacEwan University and the larger community. We answer questions from MacEwan students or faculty members about online/distance-learning exams, deferred exams or the scoring of scantron exams. As well, we support faculty and students with the exam-writing process. Non-MacEwan students and other clients can book exam-writing space at our facility.

Exam Services Centre

780-497-4780 | exambooking@macewan.ca

6-224, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Fax
780-497-4234

The Exam Services Centre is closed until further notice. Our front line service locations in Room 6-224 & 9-204 are also closed while we evaluate services during this time. Please email us if you have questions.

 

9-204, Robbins Health Learning Centre
10910 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Fees & Financial Aid

Whether you are a prospective student considering a program at MacEwan University, a new student looking into financial aid and budgeting or a graduate who needs information about student loan repayment, the Financial Aid team is here to help.

Fees & Financial Aid

780-497-5025

Main Floor, Building 7
City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Student Loans and Grants
studentloans@macewan.ca

Scholarships, Awards and Bursaries
awards@macewan.ca



Fitness courses, classes and personal training

Get fit. Stay fit. When you take the time to focus on your physical health, you benefit emotionally and mentally too. Our enthusiastic, highly-trained instructors lead you through fun and challenging workouts suited to your needs. You can choose from group fitness courses and classes, private sessions or group training.

Fitness

8-121, Christenson Family Centre for Sport and Wellness
10800 – 105 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Food Services

We provide the MacEwan community with fresh, healthy food options. Food carts, cafeterias, independent and chain outlets—you can find food across campus. Browse our website for hours, cuisine type and food offerings in each building on campus.

Dining cards can be purchased and used at almost all of food services outlets on campus.

Food Services

780-497-5029 | foodservices@macewan.ca

6-005J, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

All of our Food Service locations are temporarily closed.



Guest Accommodation Services

Stay in Edmonton’s downtown core, only a few blocks from Rogers Place in the Ice District. When you stay at MacEwan University Residence, you are only moments away from public transit, shopping, restaurants, entertainment, tourist attractions and Edmonton’s spectacular river valley. We offer full-service hotel rooms and standard or deluxe suites with all the comforts of home. Accommodations are available for long- or short-term stays. Group bookings are welcome.

Guest Accommodation Services

780-633-3623 | stay@macewan.ca

Residence
11050 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



International Student Support

Specialists in MacEwan International 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.

International Student Support

780-497-5397 | international@macewan.ca

7-105, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Toll-free
1-888-497-4622 extension 5397

International
+1 780-497-5397 or +1 780-633-3947

Fax
+1 780-497-4508

Office hours

Monday – Friday
9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (MST)



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. 

kihêw waciston

780-497-5382 | kw@macewan.ca

Indigenous Centre (formerly Paul Byrne Hall)
9-115, kihêw waciston
11010 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Office hours

The centre is currently closed. Information on re-opening and updated hours will be posted closer to October 2020.



Library

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.

John L. Haar Library

780-497-5850

City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Check the library website for hours information.

Library hours



MacEwan Bookstore

Textbooks, stationery, tech tools—our bookstore offers students and faculty all of the academic essentials. As well, you can find a variety of MacEwan-branded gifts, clothing, gear and other merchandise, including albums from MacEwan's own Bent River Records label.

MacEwan Bookstore (mstore)

780-497-5482 | bookstore@macewan.ca

Main Floor, Building 6
6-124, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Operating hours (as of March 16, 2020)

Monday – Friday
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Alberta College Campus pop-up shop cancelled.

The bookstore will support students online by providing:

  • Free shipping in Alberta for orders over $25

  • $10 flat fee shipping across Canada

  • Staff focused on adding more products online



MacEwan University Griffins

MacEwan University Griffins teams and athletes strive for excellence whether they are learning, competing or taking part in community activities. Students train and compete in basketball, hockey, volleyball, curling, golf, soccer, indoor track and cross country running.

Department of Athletics

780-497-5689

8-121, Christenson Family Centre for Sport and Wellness
10800 – 105 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



MacEwan University Health Centre

MacEwan students, faculty and staff have access to comprehensive physical and mental health care, including disease prevention, health promotion, acute care and chronic care at the MacEwan University Health Centre (MUHC).

Appointments can be booked by phone or in person.

MacEwan University Health Centre

780-250-6842

MacEwan University Health Centre
10507 – 109 Street
Edmonton, AB

Hours (by appointment only)

Monday to Thursday: 8:30 a.m. – noon and 1 – 7:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. – noon and 1 – 4 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. – noon

Closed Sundays and statutory holidays.

Fax
780-244-6842



Math and Stats Learning Centre

Math and statistics courses can be difficult, especially for students who are new to these disciplines. Our faculty and senior students provide drop-in support to first- and second-year students throughout the term, ensuring you have the help you need to succeed in your university math and statistics courses.

Math and Stats Learning Centre

6-313B, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Hours

For the Fall 2020 term, you can get help with mathematics and statistics questions by visiting the Math and Stats Online Learning Centre. Assistance is offered in real-time and on a drop-in basis. We look forward to helping you.

Online Math and Stats Learning Centre



Office of Human Rights, Diversity and Equity (OHRDE)

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 | humanrights@macewan.ca

6-213, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Office of Sexual Violence Prevention, Education and Response

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

780-633-3268 | osvper@macewan.ca

6-213, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Operating hours (as of March 16, 2020)

Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.



Parking

Hourly, daily and monthly parking is available across MacEwan University. Our City Centre Campus has over 2000 parking stalls in the heart of the city—just steps from Rogers Place Arena. Purchase permits by license plate at parking meters or pay from your cell phone using the Honk Mobile app. You can also reserve a spot ahead of time through the Parking Panda online reservation system.

Transportation Services

780-497-5875 | parking@macewan.ca

6-122, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Office hours

Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 4 p.m.



Print and Mail Services

Print Services provides a complete range of photocopying, digital printing and bindery services. MacEwan staff, faculty and students can find out more about Print Services through the Departments segment on myPortal.MacEwan.ca

Print and Mail Services

780-497-5036 | printservices@macewan.ca

Parkade, Building 6
6-021, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Hours

Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.



Residence

MacEwan Residence is a safe, welcoming home away from home for students. The front desk, located inside the Residence entrance, is open 24/7.

MacEwan Residence

780-633-8000 | residence@macewan.ca

Residence
11050 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Toll-free
1-877-497-4017

Fax
780-633-8910

Operating hours

Front doors are locked 24/7. Resident access card required.



Security Services

Our team responds to a range of situations: lost and found items, suspicious activity, potentially dangerous conditions and emergencies, such as fire, extreme weather or threats to personal safety. We can help if you are in distress, feel unsafe, are worried about a student or have experienced or witnessed violence on campus.

Security Services

780-497-5554 | campussecurity@macewan.ca

Security Service Counter
8-215, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Urgent 780-497-5555 | Police/Fire/Ambulance 911



Sport and Wellness

MacEwan University's Christenson Family Centre for Sport and Wellness is a recreation facility in downtown Edmonton that features fitness and aquatics facilities; spin, yoga and aerobics studios; and a three-court gymnasium. We serve MacEwan students and employees and the general public. Our facilities are available for rent by external groups.

Sport and Wellness

780-497-5300 | welcomedesk@macewan.ca

8-121, Christenson Family Centre for Sport and Wellness
10800 – 105 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Sport and Wellness Aquatics

Water fitness classes, triathlon training, junior lifeguard club, instructor certification, swim lessons—our aquatics program has something for everyone. Try something new in the water or build on skills that you already have. Our trained instructors and lifeguards motivate you to meet your aquatic and fitness goals while staying safe in the water.

Aquatics courses, public swimming and certification

780-497-5779 | aquatics@macewan.ca

8-121, Christenson Family Centre for Sport and Wellness
10800 – 105 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Student Affairs

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.

Student Affairs

780-497-5063 | studentaffairs@macewan.ca

Room 7-103A, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Office hours

Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.



Student Conduct

We support a welcoming, positive and safe learning and working environment for all members of the MacEwan community. Working directly with students, faculty and staff, we resolve disciplinary situations and ensure compliance with university policies.

Contact the Office of Student Conduct if you have questions about potential academic or non-academic misconduct, with or without filing a formal complaint.

Office of Student Conduct

780-633-3422 | studentconduct@macewan.ca

7-103A, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Office hours (by appointment)

Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

COVID-19 Update: The Office of Student Conduct is operating remotely. We are available to support students, staff and faculty online. Appointments are available during regular hours and will be held virtually. Please contact us via email or phone to book.



Students' Association of MacEwan University (SAMU)

The Students’ Association of MacEwan University (SAMU) enriches the student experience through a variety of programs and services. Governed by elected student representatives, SAMU works closely with MacEwan University and other community partners to create an engaging, dynamic and supportive campus for all students.

Students' Association of MacEwan University (SAMU)



Technology Support

For help with printing or copying at MacEwan, booking and borrowing equipment, MacEwan Secure wireless services or Blackboard Learn, contact Technology Support. MacEwan University students, staff and faculty can access Technology Support information through myPortal.MacEwan.ca or contact the Technology Support Desk during regular business hours.

Technology Support

 | techsupport@macewan.ca

During COVID, on-site Technology Support technicians are only available for questions regarding printing and classroom support. For other inquiries you can contact Technology Support through:

Live chat: https://www.MacEwan.ca/techsupportchat

Live chat is available:

  • Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 10 p.m.

  • Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Days/times are subject to change during the exam period.



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.

The Writing Centre

780-497-5063

7-269, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

The Writing Centre is operating remotely. Reach us by email and review our online services through our website.



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.

 

Wellness and Psychological Services

780-497-5063 | WPS@macewan.ca

7-103A, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Administration

Alumni Relations

At MacEwan University, we value and celebrate our alumni. Stay connected and take advantage of alumni-exclusive benefits, services and events. Contact us if you would like to stay involved on campus by volunteering time, mentoring students, sharing your expertise or contributing to campaigns such as the Alumni Legacy Fund.

Alumni Office

780-497-4273 | alumni@macewan.ca

10-600, University Service Centre
10930 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Expense Procurement and Contract Services

The Expense Procurement and Contract Services (EPACS) department facilitates the procurement process by managing the contracting process: competitions, negotiation and consolidation of requirements. EPACS establishes relationships with external customers, vendors and suppliers that achieve optimum leveraging and vendor performance and consider total cost of ownership objectives.

Expense Procurement and Contract Services

780-497-5670 | epacs@macewan.ca



Facilities

The Facilities team is one of MacEwan University’s largest service departments. Facilities designs, maintains and operates our campuses and grounds, ensuring that they are secure, clean, functional, sustainable and inspiring.

Facilities

780-497-5500 | facilities@macewan.ca

10-642F, University Service Centre
10930 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Operating hours (as of March 16, 2020)

Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 4 p.m.



Finance

Finance advises and supports internal and external stakeholders to ensure the control and integrity of all university financial data and information. We provide financial leadership and accurate, current, financial information.

Finance

Administration Services: finadmin@macewan.ca
Accounts Payable: acctpay@macewan.ca
Accounts Receivable: acctrec@macewan.ca
General Accounting: genacct@macewan.ca

eBill payment information

Some regular customers of MacEwan University can access our online eBill system through which they can submit and track online payments for MacEwan invoices.

If your eBill login has been set up

If you are a contact with a company that has been set up with eBill at MacEwan:

If your individual eBill login has not been set up

If your organization has been set up with eBill at MacEwan and you need to be added as a contact for that organization, submit your request for access through the Online Access Request form:

Questions?

If you have any questions about eBill or if you forget your password to log in to eBill, email Accountants Receivable, Trade, at eBill@macewan.ca



Fund Development

The Fund Development Office develops and manages fundraising campaigns, naming opportunities and community development initiatives at MacEwan University. We are a flexible, innovative and responsive institution, offering our donors and community partners an array of opportunities to get involved with our students, our programming and our facilities.

Fund Development

780-497-5410 | giving@macewan.ca

10-600, University Service Centre
10930 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Health, Safety and Environment

Our office is responsible for ensuring a healthy and safe campus for students, staff, faculty, visitors and contractors. We provide educational programs, such as WHMIS; oversee incident reporting; and guide you through the WCB claims process if needed.

Health, Safety and Environment

 | hse@macewan.ca



Human Resources

The Human Resources department provides expert services to management and staff in workforce planning, recruitment, orientation, performance management, professional development, labor relations, workforce legislation, compensation and classification, benefits, disability management, payroll and occupational health and safety.

Human Resources

780-497-5434 | humanresources@macewan.ca

Fax
780-497-5430



Information Management and Privacy

MacEwan University's Information Management and Privacy department is responsible for, among other activities, managing formal access requests related to the Freedom of Information and Privacy (FOIP) Act.

Information Management and Privacy

780-497-5423 | privacy@macewan.ca

7-307C, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Fax
780-497-5541



Institutional Analysis and Planning

Institutional Analysis and Planning provides leadership and support to the university's corporate planning processes and an information base to support planning and decision-making at the institutional, divisional and program/unit levels.

Institutional Analysis and Planning

780-497-5048 | iap@macewan.ca

622, Alberta College Campus
10050 MacDonald Drive
Edmonton, AB

Fax
780-633-3666



Internal Audit Services

Internal Audit Services is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to evaluate and improve the organization's operations as a service to the Board of Governors and management.

Internal Audit Services

780-497-5452



Barry Horan
Associate Vice President, Internal Audit and Risk Management

Lisa M. Vallée
Internal Auditor, Internal Audit and Risk Management

Office of Communications and Marketing

The Office of Communications and Marketing supports internal and external communications and marketing and brand management. The department also serves as a central contact for external media. Direct any inquiries of this nature to the email address below. Internal communications information is accessible through myPortal.MacEwan.ca.

Office of Communications and Marketing

 | communications@macewan.ca

10-600, University Service Centre
10930 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Office of General Counsel

The Office of General Counsel provides knowledgeable, balanced and concise legal advice to MacEwan personnel and represents, guides and enhances MacEwan’s legal position.

Office of General Counsel

780-497-5770



Office of Research Services

Research Services supports faculty, staff and students engaged in research, scholarly activity and creative achievement. MacEwan University is committed to excellence in research, ethical practices and safety standards.

Office of Research Services

780-497-4156 | research@macewan.ca

7-257, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Office of Sustainability

We are committed to creative approaches to sustainability in all that we do—campus operations, course development, student leadership, academic credentials. Our green initiatives include raising our own honey bees, advocating for cycle commuters and leading with vision. Guided by our strategic campus sustainability plan, we empower individuals and groups to solve sustainability challenges.

Office of Sustainability

780-497-4602 | sustainability@macewan.ca

11-161, Allard Hall
11110 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Office of Teaching and Learning Services

The Office of Teaching and Learning Services promotes collaboration and enhances the educational experience for both faculty and students. Teaching and Learning Services is designed to support all forms of professional development in the areas of curriculum development and design, faculty development and evaluation, educational technology and research.

Office of Teaching and Learning Services

780-633-3585 | teaching@macewan.ca

7-266, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Office of the Chief Information Officer

The Office of the CIO oversees the implementation and support of various information and communications technologies in support of academic and administrative functions, enterprise resource planning and business intelligence. The CIO also provides leadership to MacEwan's distributed and distance learning initiatives.

Office of the Chief Information Officer

780-497-4530



Office of the President

As the leader of the senior management team, the president ensures that MacEwan University is continually fulfilling its mandate, achieving its strategic goals and managing the educational and business affairs with the best interests of the university in mind. 

Office of the President



Marg Leathem
Chief of Staff, Office of the President
780-497-5406 | LeathemM2@macewan.ca

Veronica Izsak
Executive Assistant to the President, Office of the President
780-497-5111 | IzsakV@macewan.ca

Sumiko Yip
Director, Strategic Initiatives, Office of the President
780-633-3166 | YipS3@macewan.ca

Jennine Schreiber
Strategic Communication Lead, Office of the President
780-497-5238 | SchreiberJ3@macewan.ca

Office of the Provost and VP Academic

The provost and vice-president, Academic is responsible for promoting a culture of academic excellence at MacEwan University and maintaining the university’s reputation as a student-focused institution.

Office of the Provost and Vice-President Academic

780-497-5420 | provost@macewan.ca



Office of the University Registrar

If you have questions about admissions, enrolment, student records, fees and financial aid or general questions about studying at MacEwan, contact the Office of the University Registrar.

Office of the University Registrar

780-497-5000 | info@macewan.ca

Main Floor, Building 7
City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Toll-free
1-888-497-4622 extension 5000

International
+1 780 497 5000

Fax
780-497-5001

 

Office hours

Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m.* – 4:30 p.m.

*On the second Tuesday of every month, the Office of the University Registrar, including phone lines, will open at 9 a.m.



Office of the VP Resources and People

The vice-president, Resources and People, oversees the university's information technology, finance, facilities and space management, human resources, campus services and procurement functions.

Office of the Vice-President, Resources and People

780-497-5211



Office of the VP University Relations

The vice-president, University Relations, is responsible for the strategic leadership and management of the university's government and community relations, alumni and development, sustainability and marketing and communications functions.

Office of the Vice-President, University Relations

780-497-5787



Risk and Insurance Services

The Risk and Insurance Services department assists and supports all areas of MacEwan University in achieving their objectives through a comprehensive and integrated set of services in the areas of risk and emergency management.

Services are delivered through three operational areas: Enterprise Risk Management, Emergency Management and Insurance and Risk.

Risk and Insurance Services

 | riskservices@macewan.ca



Web Services

Web Services manages and maintains the MacEwan University website (MacEwan.ca) and the internal website for staff and students (myPortal). Contact us for corrections, updates or new projects.

Web Services

 | webservices@macewan.ca

10-600, University Service Centre
10930 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Centres and Institutes

Acupuncture Teaching Clinic

MacEwan’s Acupuncture teaching clinic is open to the public. Under the supervision of a clinical supervisor, MacEwan’s Acupuncture program students put theory to practice by providing treatments for a variety of health benefits.

Acupuncture Teaching Clinic

780-497-4610 | acupuncture@macewan.ca

9-302, Robbins Health Learning Centre
10910 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Centre for Professional Nursing Education (CPNE)

The Centre for Professional Nursing Education provides nurses and health-care professionals with the opportunity to expand knowledge and expertise through a variety of post-diploma/degree programs, certificates, courses and workshops.

Centre for Professional Nursing Education

780-497-5188 | cpne@macewan.ca

9-206, Robbins Health Learning Centre
10910 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Toll-free
1-888-497-9390

Fax
780-497-5720

Office hours

Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – noon and 1 – 4:30 p.m



Centre for Sexual and Gender Diversity

The Centre for Sexual and Gender Diversity supports research, teaching and service work related to sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression on campus and in the community. We can answer your questions about sexual and gender minority issues and support your ideas for initiatives that increase knowledge about and bring visibility to the LGBTQ2S+ community.

Centre for Sexual and Gender Diversity

780-497-5296 | csgd@macewan.ca

City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Clinical Simulation Centre (CSC)

In the Clinical Simulation Centre (CSC), theory comes to life with a range of cutting-edge simulation technology that includes patient simulators (life-size robotic mannequins), virtual simulation and static task trainers. The highly specialized CSC team champions experiential and innovative learning, research, interdisciplinary collaborations and patient safety.

Clinical Simulation Centre (CSC)

Robbins Health Learning Centre
10910 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Conservatory of Music

The Conservatory of Music, located at MacEwan University's Alberta College Campus, supports students of all ages and abilities to develop and explore their talents, as singers or musicians. Year-round instruction, private instruction, workshops, clinics and performance opportunities are available for students both inexperienced or professional.

Conservatory of Music

780-633-3725 | conservatory@macewan.ca

510, Alberta College Campus
10050 MacDonald Drive
Edmonton, AB

Business hours

In-person office support:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
1 – 4:30 p.m.

Phone and email support:
Monday – Friday
9 a.m. – noon and 1 – 4:30 p.m.

Closed Saturdays, Sundays and statutory holidays.

Fax
780-633-3575



Early Learning at MacEwan Child Care Centre

Early Learning at MacEwan offers quality, supportive child care education and services in Edmonton, for children aged 19 months through six years. The curriculum incorporates the latest theories and best practices of early childhood education, nurturing confidence and a strong sense of identity.

Early Learning at MacEwan Child Care Centre

7-153, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Hours

Monday to Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Closed all statutory holidays and between Christmas and New Year’s Day.



John and Maggie Mitchell Art Gallery

The John and Maggie Mitchell Art Gallery is a professional public art gallery located in Allard Hall on the MacEwan University campus. It features art exhibitions, programs and experiential learning opportunities. The gallery serves the local community and creates opportunities for students to develop academic, practical and leadership skills.

John and Maggie Mitchell Art Gallery

 | mitchellartgallery@macewan.ca

11-121, Allard Hall
11110 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Carolyn Jervis, Director

Gallery hours

Tuesday - Friday
12 p.m. - 5 p.m.

Saturday:
12 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Closed Sunday, Monday and statutory holidays.



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. 

kihêw waciston

780-497-5382 | kw@macewan.ca

Indigenous Centre (formerly Paul Byrne Hall)
9-115, kihêw waciston
11010 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Office hours

The centre is currently closed. Information on re-opening and updated hours will be posted closer to October 2020.



MacEwan Analytical Services (MAS)

Operated by the Department of Physical Sciences, MacEwan Analytical Services (MAS) is an analytical chemistry service lab located at our City Centre Campus. MAS provides training, support and sample analysis for faculty, staff and students as well as non-departmental University members. The laboratory also offers these services to outside academic institutions, government labs and industry.

MacEwan Analytical Services (MAS)

780-497-5243

5-138S, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Roundhouse

Dreamers, thinkers and entrepreneurs make Roundhouse their home. Our co-working space, located in MacEwan University in the heart of downtown Edmonton, provides work space, resources and support to MacEwan University staff and students and to the general public. 

Roundhouse

780-633-3464 | hello@roundhouse.net

Main Floor, Southeast Corner
Allard Hall
11110 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Operating hours (as of March 16, 2020)

Monday – Friday
9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday
Closed



Social Innovation Institute

The Social Innovation Institute connects people and their ideas with the experts and innovators who can help make those ideas come to life. If you want to influence your community in a positive way, tell us what you're thinking. We also convene events that support social innovation and bring together community partners for learning and research. 

Social Innovation Institute

780-633-3464 | innovate@macewan.ca

11-167A (Roundhouse), Allard Hall
11110 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB



Ukrainian Resource and Development Centre (URDC)

The Ukrainian Resource and Development Centre (URDC) fosters innovation, leadership and education within the national and international communities in community development, the arts, digital communication, business and education. It also assists Ukrainian Canadians to develop and retain their cultural identity and participate more effectively in the multicultural life of Canada.

Ukrainian Resource and Development Centre

780-497-5494

7-257N, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB