For students

Indigenous UVic students have access to many sources of support on campus. Before, during and after your time at UVic, we encourage you to explore programs and services available to you, such as Indigenous counselling services and the Elders in Residence, as well as non-academic programs that may be of interest to you. 

IACE Newsletter 

The Office of Indigenous Academic and Community Engagement publishes a quarterly newsletter with news about Indigenous programs, services and events. You can download the Winter 2019 and Spring 2020 editions.

LE,NOṈET

LE,NOṈET provides a suite of programs designed to welcome and support Indigenous students (status, non-status, Inuit, Métis) throughout their educational journeys at the University of Victoria.

Financial Aid

Indigenous students can apply for financial support in the form of bursaries, scholarships, and emergency funding.

Academic & cultural programming

We are committed to offering holistic services to Indigenous students at all points along their academic journey.

Events & ceremonies

Throughout the year we offer programming and events designed to build community on campus and connections between campus and communities.

Resources

There are many resources available for Indigenous students, including those who are new to UVic or who are receiving band funding.