Indigenous Students’ Association
Location: Lockhart Hall, Second Floor, Room 2L02B
Phone: 204-786-9865 (lounge) 204-258-2904 (office)
Boozhoo! Tansi! Aniin! Hello!
A warm welcome from the Indigenous Students’ Association (ISA)! Our doors are open to all the members of the ISA between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. It is important that Indigenous students (First Nations, Metis, and Inuit) have a voice on campus. The ISA advances the aspirations and interests of Indigenous students in their efforts to achieve common goals. The ISA also advocates increased accessibility of post-secondary education for Indigenous Students. The ISA promotes Indigenous culture both on- and off-campus.
The University of Winnipeg Indigenous Students’ Association is one of the larger student groups on campus and keeps very busy throughout the school year conducting many cultural and social events.
Our potlucks are held the first Wednesday of the month in the Aboriginal Student Lounge (2nd Floor Lockhart). Feel free to come and enjoy the hospitality and listen to our guest speakers if you want to learn more about our upcoming events, volunteer, and employment opportunities, career planning, and the other student organizations and events held here on campus.