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Student Success Program

Iniskim Centre takes the health and safety of students, staff, faculty, and visitors to campus very seriously and will no longer have face-to-face appointments with students.
There are no seminars, tutors, and/or lunch 'n learns being hosted at the Iniskim Centre. Tutoring is available online through Student Learning Services, mru.ca/sls. Any tutors or instructors who had office hours in Iniskim may be available by email. If you need contact information please ask Iniskim staff.
All events and outings for the Housing and Mentorship programs have been cancelled.

 

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About the Student Success Program

Each week, the Iniskim Centre hosts a variety of services for Indigenous students. Included below are some of the services offered through this program.

  • Office hours for various instructors and professors

    • Your professor may use the centre as a way to connect with students in the course.

  • Women's group

    • Women gather to support one another as they go to university.

  • Accessibility Services

    • Your learning needs are met by a university staff member to let you know about learning accommodations, technology or assessments.

  • Writing and Learning Supports

    • Small group sessions are held on writing, studying and referencing.

  • Library Support

    • Subject librarians can help with research, ideas and possible resources for your studies.

  • Counselling Services

    • All counselling sessions (including those already booked at Iniskim) will now take place at Wellness Services. If you previously booked a counselling session, you will be contacted directly by your counsellor to discuss additional options for your session (e.g. if you are ill, would prefer not to come to campus, or if the counsellor is unable to come to campus). If you are interested in attending a counselling session and are not currently seeing a counsellor at Mount Royal, you can contact Student Counselling Services to discuss your options for support.  

  • Academic Advising

    • Meet with an advisor to create a proper academic plan before you begin and while you are on your academic journey.

  • Workshops

    • Various workshops are offered that will help you to successfully complete your papers, scholarship applications and budget.

 

Student Success Coordinator

The student success coordinator contacts students if they are failing or put on academic probation. Students are invited to seek the support of the Centre and to review options.

The role of the coordinator will also help you:

  • with scholarships and bursaries by providing workshops with information and how to apply.
  • know about MRU policies and can support the communication between you and funding agents.
  • with the communication between you and your instructors.

 

Contact UsIf you have any questions, please contact:

Marija Small Legs
Student Success Coordinator
403.440.6285  |  msmalllegs@mtroyal.ca

We are located in T110, on the first floor in T-Wing near Tim Hortons.

 

The Iniskim Centre offers programs and services to increase the engagement and success of Indigenous students while also raising awareness of Indigenous peoples and cultures. 

Mount Royal University is located in the traditional territories of the Niitsitapi (Blackfoot) and the people of the Treaty 7 region, which includes the Siksika, the Piikani, the Kainai, the Tsuut’ina, and the Îyârhe Nakoda. We are situated on land where the Bow River meets the Elbow River. The traditional Blackfoot name of this place is Mohkinstsis, which we now call the City of Calgary. The City of Calgary is also home to the Métis Nation.

We recognize and respect the diversity of all Indigenous peoples of Canada. We also increase awareness of distinct Indigenous cultures, history and protocols across the University.