Black Student Advising Centre

A welcoming & supportive community for Dal & Kings Students

The Black Student Advising Centre is now open for in-person services from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Monday-Friday).

To speak with our Advisor, Ronke Taiwo or Community Outreach and Transition to University Coordinator (Acting), Guyleigh Johnson, email them directly or send an email to BSAC@Dal.Ca.

Ronke Taiwo - Taiwooa@Dal.Ca
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Oluronke Taiwo


Black Student Advisor

Originally from Nigeria, Oluronke came to Dal with a master's degree in medical microbiology. She also brings the knowledge and experience of being a full-time professor and researcher at the College of Medicine in Lagos, Nigeria. Oluronke also has a Masters of Social Work from Dalhousie.


Office phone: (902) 494-2210
Cell phone: (902) 880-4602

Guyleigh Johnson

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Community Outreach and Transition to University Coordinator (Acting)

Guyleigh Johnson is a published Author, Poet, Community Advocate and Arts Facilitator from North End Dartmouth. She has a passion for youth engagement, writing, and empowering community. As a Arts Facilitator she teaches students about the power of words, mindfulness and mental health. With her creative background she hopes to implement those skills in the centre to further support students of Black/African descent with a goal of helping them connect, build community, and push through challenges. 



Black Student Advising Centre
1321 Edward Street
Phone: 902-494-6648
Fax: 902-494-8013

Monday - Friday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.