Indigenous Students Program

King's Indigenous Student Program runs cultural awareness events, collaborates with elders in the community, and plans events for celebration and commemoration around Reconciliation Week each September. The Indigenous Student Program also maintains an Indigenous student room on campus.

Elder visits are hosted on the second Monday of each month. Events and opportunities for non-Indigenous students to encounter Indigenous cultures are planned throughout the year.

Contact the Indigenous Student Program if you are curious about funding information, volunteerism, or connecting with other Indigenous students on campus. King's strives to create a unique, safe, and welcoming environment for all Indigenous students. If you have any questions, or would like to schedule an appointment to discuss opportunities and resources available for Indigenous students, please contact Merna Guirguis, Coordinator of Intercultural Programs.

Indigenous Self-Declaration Form

To declare yourself as an Indigenous student, please fill out the form below and send it to Merna Guirguis, Coordinator of Intercultural Programs. Declaring yourself as an Indigenous student helps the university to develop new services and programming, communicate existing offerings for Indigenous students, and celebrate graduating Indigenous students at Convocation. 

Resources for Indigenous Students at King's