Indigenous Student Access Pathway
Pjila'si & Welcome
My name is Art Stevens and I am the Manager of Indigenous Students on Dalhousie's Agricultural Campus in Truro, Nova Scotia.
I want to support your academic journey every step of the way. Dalhousie's Faculty of Agriculture in Truro offers the Indigenous Student Access Pathway (ISAP), which is a vaulable step toward your university degree.
Our one-year program offers First Nations, Métis and Inuit students an opportunity to complete university courses in our culturally supportive and friendly campus community in Truro, Nova Scotia. It is open to direct-from-high-school students, mature students and those with previous post-secondary experience who have some but not all of the pre-requisites for standard admission.
If you would like to know more about ISAP, please reach out to me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. I can also be reached in my office at 902.896.4486 or 902.956.9270.
The Student Learning Commons is proud to offer traditional smudging. The building includes the CIBC Multicultural Centre, which is equipped with the appropriate ventilation and sage bundles for students and elders to use our smudging facilities.
Visit us and get to know our campus. Art Stevens, Manager of Indigenous Students, is located in the Dairy Building, 11 Sipu Awti Road. Reach out to Art to arrange a meeting or simply drop in - someone will be here to help you.
We’re committed to helping you find ways to fund your education. Indspire, an Indigenous-led registered charity that invests in the education of Indigenous people, also offers bursaries and scholarships. For a complete listing of scholarships and bursaries, please contact the Indigenous Student Advisor or visit Money Matters.
We want to support your academic journey every step of the way. Dalhousie has lots of academic support programs and services available, some of which are available exclusively to Indigenous students.