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Campus Equity & Meaningful Inclusion

COVID-19 and The Office of Campus Equity + Meaningful Inclusion 

The Office of Campus Equity and Meaningful Inclusion is continuing to monitor and respond to information and advisories from Alberta Health related to COVID-19. For more information on COVID-19 and MRU's response, please visit

We are committed to providing students with ongoing care and are offering telephone and video sessions.  We are unable to respond to telephone calls to our main switchboard at this time. Be sure to include a call-back number in the notes section when booking an appointmencent below for the appropriate advisor.  

Meditation Centre
MRU has closed the Meditation Centre as a way to prevent the spread COVID-19. Areas that remain open on campus require intensive cleaning and we are prioritizing these for those required to stay on campus. We thank you for your understanding.

 Our Services

Human Rights
Services include mediation, education and advocacy. Some instances where you may want to reach out would be cases of bullying by peers, accommodation issues with your professors or unfair treatment by your superiors or peers. 

All appointments are confidential.

  • explain the formal complaint procedures and provide information about your rights and responsibilities under MRU policies
  • help both students and employees have a positive, respectful and inclusive experience at MRU.

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Dating, domestic and sexual violence

Cari is a Social Worker and provides people affected by dating, domestic and/or sexual violence with specialized and trauma-informed support.

All appointments are confidential.

  • support and information about resources both on and off-campus
  • academic accommodations 

  • safety planning
understanding reporting options
  • making a report to MRU
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Our Mission

The Office of Campus Equity & Meaningful Inclusion supports Mount Royal's vision and mission by fostering an equitable and meaningfully inclusive campus for all members of the Mount Royal community. We recognize that inequities in opportunities and access to education caused by historical and ongoing oppression and marginalization exist. Being equitable means we work to address and correct the imbalances. Being meaningfully inclusive means we understand, identify and address barriers to full participation in the campus community.

We listen to concerns while maintaining strict confidentiality, explore informal methods of resolution, if necessary, explain the process for a formal complaint, deliver educational programming, workshops, training and presentations, and promote a respectful campus community