Black Student Advisor
Welcome, both new and returning Saint Mary's University students!
The Black Student Advisor is here to assist you throughout your University career in as many ways as possible. All students are welcome to visit us for information on employment, scholarships, bursaries, housing, events, and black culture. Services of the Advisor are available to students of ALL ethnic backgrounds who are associated with Saint Mary's University.
What is the role of the BSA you ask?
My role is to provide education around support services to all students of African descent studying at Saint Mary’s. I can provide you with information packages on scholarships, awards, bursaries and employment opportunities specifically for students of African descent! Sounds exciting doesn’t it?
I am here to provide all students with a wide variety of services and opportunities available on campus, within the community and across Canada. If you’re looking for money for tuition, exciting job and volunteering opportunities and a place to learn, promote and express your African Canadian culture and heritage come and visit me! I have tonnes of information for you so come on up to Student Services and access everything you need to flourish while studying at Saint Mary’s as a student of African descent!
Who Am I?
The Student Advisor is not available during the summer months (May - September).
Student Centre, 4th Floor - Room 407
(902)-496-8172 (office) / email@example.com
Please find the current edition of the our Black Student Advising Handbook 2013-2014.
Another way to gain some experience and information is to make contact with some of the organizations in the community that promote personal development. The following is a list of some of these organizations:
- Black Business Initiative
- Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia
- Halifax North Can-B Cluster
- Black Educators Association
- Nova Scotia Youth Secretariat
- African Canadian Employment Clinic - Email only
- African Canadian Services Division (ACS)
- Council on African Canadian Education (CACE)
- African Nova Scotian Affairs (ANSA)
- Immigrant Settlement & Integration Services (ISIS)
- Martin Luther King Day - January 19, 2015
- African Heritage Month - February
- International Day for the Elimination of Racism - March 21, 2015
Comments and Suggestions
If you have any suggestions, or ideas on particular events, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org