Mawi'omi Centre

The word Mawi'omi means “gathering place” in Mi’kmaq. This name was chosen after consulting with Mi’kmaq Elders from the community. The idea of having such a physical area on campus is to provide students with support (talking circles), a place to study and relax between classes, and host events/meetings while attending UPEI.

Support services that the centre offers includes the following:

  • Mentoring and tutoring
  • Assisting with course selection
  • Assisting with registration/university related issues
  • Assisting with finding funding, employment, volunteer, and other opportunities
  • Assisting with finding resources (on or off campus)
  • Providing referrals if needed

Aboriginal Student Scholarships

If you need assistance with something not listed above, feel free to drop by Kelley Memorial Building, room 236, or contact Sherri Russell, Aboriginal Academic Advisor at serussell@upei.ca by phone at (902) 620-5125. We will do what we can to help.

You can also visit our Facebook page to connect with other students.

Sherri Russell
Coordinator Mawi'omi Aboriginal Student Centre
Department: 
Student Affairs
Phone: 
(902) 620-5125
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