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 about the process for reporting or responding to academic misconduct.
If you like to be involved, enjoy getting out into the community and want to develop your leadership skills, consider becoming a MacEwan Ambassador. The MacEwan Ambassador Program gives you the opportunity to serve the MacEwan University and Edmonton communities through volunteer service.
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.
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 and cultural services on campus. We can support you on your post-secondary path.
New Student and Parent Orientation
Held each fall before the start of classes, New Student Orientation provides incoming students with information about services and resources at MacEwan University. There is a special session for parents, focusing on the strategies and information they can use to support their students.
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 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.
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.
Through Students’ Association of MacEwan University (SAMU ) Clubs, you have the opportunity to share ideas, challenge yourself, help others and build leadership skills. Clubs are open to all students.
Do you need help interpreting and understanding policies, processes and decisions? The Student Ombudsperson is an independent, neutral, confidential and accessible resource for all students. You can come here for fair and impartial advice.
The Writing Centre
Meet with a writing and learning services staff member to learn about effective study and time management strategies, or bring in a draft of an essay to receive feedback on areas for improvement. You can also learn to avoid plagiarism and use APA, MLA and Chicago documentation styles to cite information 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).