Your one stop shop to success. Algoma University is committed to ensuring that our students succeed and have the most enjoyable University experience.
We know that the transition to university can be difficult, and many students find themselves having a hard time adjusting to the added workload, but we’re here so that you’re never alone. We offer a variety of support services to ensure your success in and out of the classroom.
Our students can take advantage of a variety of academic support services to ensure academic success. We offer everything from study tips, tutoring, academic advising and accessibility services. Consider this your one-stop-shop to success where all of the necessary resources to succeed are at your fingertips!
As a start, please check out our Student Rights and Responsibilities Guide (PDF). The guide addresses the specific rights and responsibilities that students have to prevent disruption to their education, safety, dignity and the enjoyment of their rights.
Meet Our Team
Our main priority is your success! We’re here to help with any of your questions.
Academic Success AdvisorView Contact Info
Manager, Student Success and WellbeingView Contact Info
Learning Strategist/Assistive TechnologistView Contact Info
Co-ordinator, Learning Centre and Disability ServicesView Contact Info
Anishinaabe Academic Success AdvisorView Contact Info
Anishinaabe Social and Cultural Program CoordinatorView Contact Info
Dr. Istvan Imre
Assistant Dean Student Success and WellbeingView Contact Info
Academic Success AdvisorView Contact Info
Ancillary and Student Services
The Department of Ancillary and Student Services at Algoma University is responsible for enhancing the students, staff, and faculty’s quality of experience at the University by providing a variety of services which support academics and encourages health and student engagement. The department oversees the operations of Student Services (including campus life, academic support, health, and career services), the University’s food services, the bookstore, housing and residences, The Speakeasy (the Algoma U student centre), meeting and conferences, athletics facilities, and varsity sports teams. While many of these areas are accessible to the community, their primary focus is to support students and help them succeed.
We strive to make the University an enjoyable and hospitable environment to learn and work. Our services aim to provide the highest quality, most efficient, and cost-effective support to the Algoma University community in all our areas of involvement. We only provide the highest standard of services which match Algoma U’s standard of excellence in education, and our provincial, national, and international reputation.
“There are many opportunities for students at Algoma. For example, we have one-on-one interactions with professors, who are all very friendly. Making new friends is easy because of small class sizes, and there are many jobs on campus – one of the important needs for all students.”
Kazi Faisal Atahar
Graduate, Bachelor of Business Administration
“Algoma U has given me opportunities to make a real impact through the social work program. Through learning and working in an environment of like-minded social activists, and connecting classroom education with hands-on experience, I have a new direction for future activist work.”
4th Year, Bachelor of Social Work
Take hold of your future and visit Career Services in the Experiential Learning Hub.
Our team is committed to the success of our students and helping them explore career interests and options. Come discover the variety of career related services and resources.Learn More
Once students come to us for help, we will stop at nothing to make their experience at Algoma University as enjoyable and stress-free as possible!
From student success workshops, to counselling referrals, the Learning Centre staff are committed to helping students reach their academic potential, ensuring student success, and helping students address and overcome the challenges faced during their post-secondary education.Learn More
Whether you are a new student who is looking for some help, or an upper-year student who is familiar with the university experience, we offer a program that is designed to help one another.Learn More
Academic Advising and Registration
Make an appointment to meet with your faculty advisor and then register for courses either online through the student portal or in person by visiting one of our three campuses.Learn More