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    ta-tawâw Student Centre

    The ta-tawâw Student Centre has reopened for the fall term. Students are welcome to access the Centre during regular University business hours, Monday to Friday from 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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    Welcome. There is room. There is space.

    The ta-tawâw Student Centre (formerly Aboriginal Student Centre) is a respectful and welcoming place that encourages student empowerment, identity, community connection and Indigenous ways of learning.  This space is a central hub for all students on campus, and a place to gather with others including Knowledge Keepers, alumni, faculty, staff and community members, creating a sense of belonging in the larger university environment.

    The ta-tawâw Student Centre's main focus is on assisting Indigenous students':

    • Successful transition into University
    • Retention at the post-secondary level
    • Engagement in University events and activities
    • Successful completion of University
    • Transition into the workforce

    The Centre’s focus is to support students, and with the involvement of the larger  campus community, create opportunities for intercultural and intergenerational exchange which strengthens our campus community,  and expands our potential for continual learning.

    The ta-tawâw Student Centre is located on the main floor of the Research and Innovation Centre, Room 108. The Centre is open from 8:15 am to 8 pm, Monday through Thursday and Friday, 8:15 am to 4:30 pm during the Fall and Winter terms. Our summer hours of operation are Monday to Friday, 8:15 am to 4:30 pm. Please stop by, meet your community, and learn more about the Centre!

    Indigenous students at the University of Regina, and the federated colleges of Campion College, Luther College and First Nations University are asked to self declare their Indigenous status when they log into the University’s self-service. This will help ta-tawâw Student Centre, the University of Regina, the federated colleges, faculties and departments in developing and implementing services to meet the needs of Indigenous students on campus.