Know Your Rights Workshop: Exam Edition

Are you preparing for your upcoming exams? Are you aware of the services and resources available to support you navigate this time? Are you aware of your student rights and responsibilities when it comes to academic offences, grade appeals, and final papers and written assignments? Are you worried about the impacts this may have on your visa status? Are you aware that you should request accommodations proactively?

Join the Human Rights and Equity Services, Dalhousie Student Advocacy Service, Dalhousie Student Union Equity and Accessibility Office, Accessibility Services and Dalhousie International Centre for the first Know Your Rights Workshop focused on exams! This exciting and informative workshop is taking place on Thursday March 28 at 4:30pm at the International Centre.

Event notes:
This event is taking place on the ancestral, unceded, and unsurrendured Territory of the Mi’kmaq People. We are all Treaty People and have responsibilities to each other and this land. More info on the Peace and Friendship Treaties:

The International Centre is on the ground floor and is physically accessible through the front and back entrance. A physically accessible single-stall gender neutral washroom is located in Le Marchant Place just outside and to the left of the back entrance. Gendered washrooms are located in Le Marchant Place just outside and to the right of the back entrance.

Refreshments will be provided.​​​​







International Centre



Additional Information

Stay after the event to join us for refreshments and take part in the Language Spot: Tobacco Tying event facilitated by Elder Geri Musqua-LeBlanc of the Nakawe Nation. More info here: