Contact ASA

If you’re an Aboriginal student enrolled in UBC Arts or a prospective student interested in studying in UBC Arts, contact an Aboriginal Student Affairs (ASA) advisor for academic or cultural support.


Location and hours

Location

UBC Faculty of Arts
Arts Academic Advising
1866 Main Mall
Buchanan D 140D

Office hours

Monday to Friday
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Drop-in hours

Monday to Thursday
1 p.m. – 4 p.m.


Contacts

General inquiries

604 827 5467
arts.aboriginal@ubc.ca

Tsatia Adzich

Arts Academic Advisor, Aboriginal Students
604 827 5467
tsatia.adzich@ubc.ca

Tsatia is a Cree-Metis woman who grew up in Northern British Columbia on unceded Wet’suwet’en territories.

Tsatia has a BA in Communications and First Nations Studies from Simon Fraser University, an MA in Indigenous Governance from the University of Victoria, and just completed her second MA at the University of Northern British Columbia in Interdisciplinary Studies (Geography, Political Science, and Gender Studies).

Both of her graduate degrees have focussed on the roles of Indigenous women’s storytelling in respatializing and reclaiming urban landscapes from settler colonial narratives and erasures.

Maggie Moore

Arts Academic Advisor, Aboriginal Students
604 827 4392
magdalena.moore@ubc.ca

Maggie is an Academic Advisor for Aboriginal students in the Faculty of Arts. She holds an MA in History from UBC, and previously attended SFU, Concordia and Capilano University.

Her first office job was conducting research for In-SHUCK-ch/N’quatqua Treaty Group and she has worked with Indigenous artists and communities on exhibits at the UBC Museum of Anthropology and other Lower Mainland museums. She joined Arts Advising in 2016 and is available to help with questions about academic planning and graduation.

Tiana Bone

Student Peer Advisor
604 827 5467
arts.aboriginal@ubc.ca
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ASA has one or two student peers that work with the team over the Summer or Winter Sessions. You might receive emails from them reminding you of important dates, events or opportunities over the academic cycle. The ASA Student Peer also coordinates the Indigenous Leadership Collective.

You’re welcome to contact them if you have questions about Indigenous student life such as places to study, great places to eat on campus, and anything else that you might be curious about.


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