Native Student Counsellor
The Native Student Counsellors, Maureen McLeod and Tammy Ross, provide social, academic and personal guidance to those who request their assistance. The counsellors work closely with other staff and faculty and the Native Student Council, as well as liaise with First Nations and various organizations/agencies. Students are the counsellor's prime concern, and they will offer any help they can toward a student’s well-being and, most importantly, student success!
Maureen McLeod & Tammy Ross- Native Student Counsellors
Partnerships and Articulation Agreements
Our programs have articulation agreements with Algoma University and Lake Superior State University. For more information, please contact:
Carolyn Hepburn - Director
* phone: (705) 759-2554 ext. 2499
* email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Enji Maawnjiding is a home away from home for local and out of town students. The Centre is the focal point of Sault College's Native Student population. Used on a day-to-day basis as a student lounge, Enji Maawnjiding also hosts a number of social and cultural events. Click here for more information!
Native Student Council
The purpose of the Native Student Council (NSC) is to unite Sault College students, especially those of Native descent, through social, cultural and sports events, provide a linkage for College students with the larger Native and non-Native community and assist students in furthering their education.
Each academic year, students are nominated and run for offices on the NSC. Current positions are: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Social/Cultural Assistant.
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Native Student Scholarships and Bursaries
Sault College offers our students a number of Scholarships and Bursaries to assist students in helping to offsetting various post-secondary expenses.