Creating supportive spaces on campus for Indigenous students
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To help support the needs of Indigenous students and learners, Queen’s University partnered with Indigenous community members to establish the Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre (4D).  

4D offers a range of culturally relevant services, including academic advising, counselling, study spaces and student programming, to best support Indigenous students and learners throughout their university education. 

The centre also acts as a hub for the larger university community, providing campus partners, staff and faculty with a range of services, such as research assistance, teaching support, classroom presentations and community outreach, to support Indigenous cultural education and inclusion. 

For more information, visit Queen’s University. 

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