Concordia University of Edmonton

Indigenous Students Services

Offers a wide range of support to Indigenous students and aims to be a home away from home for Indigenous students, where they can connect, share, seek out support, and contribute to a community.

Service offers:

  • a wide range of support to self-identified Indigenous students
  • connection of self-declared Indigenous and non-Indigenous students with social and scientific research opportunities
  • opportunity for students to engage in research collaborations with key industry and community partners
  • a space that is open concept, surrounded by windows to feel connected to the land and the river valley


  • ventilation to accommodate smudging and other ceremonies as needed
  • flexible seating which can meet the needs of nearly any gathering (up to 30 people)

Concordia University of Edmonton (CUE) is located on the traditional territory of the Treaty Six Nations and the homeland of the Métis Nation of Alberta (Region IV). Historically, the lands which CUE occupies were utilized as a trading and gathering place for the Cree, Dene, Nakota Sioux, Blackfoot, and the Métis. CUE is situated near the North Saskatchewan River and is one of the original Métis river lots in Edmonton. 

Yes, Service targeted to:
  • Concordia University of Edmonton students 
  • who self-identify as Indigenous 
  • or non-Indigenous
Application Process
Service Access: See below, To access service:
  • drop in
  • visit website for more information and supports available
Referral Process: No

Waiting Period: No,
Web Site
Fee: No
Fee Reduction: No
Membership Fee: No
Wheelchair access: Yes - Other disabled access: Yes - Includes:
  • designated and accessible parking
  • ramps
  • automatic doors
  • elevators
  • accessible washrooms
Legal Status
Registered Not-For-Profit, Educational Institution
Last Updated On
November 5, 2020
7128 Ada Boulevard
Edmonton, AB, T5B 4E4
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