Arts Indigenous Student Advising (AISA) in the Faculty of Arts supports the success of new and continuing First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students.
ASA (now called AISA) has played such an integral support role in my studies at UBC. From offering me academic guidance, to addressing my needs in a culturally-specific way to make UBC a safe place for me, ASA has always been there!
Previous AISA Peer Advisor
Academic and cultural support
As part of Arts Academic Advising, Arts Indigenous Student Advising is here to provide you with academic and cultural support to help you meet your educational and personal goals at UBC.
Advising staff are available year-round to help with:
- Course planning
- Degree requirements
- Academic concession
- Graduation checks
- Finding your on-campus community
We would like to thank Tahltan-Tlingit artist Linda Bob for allowing us to use her beaded flower design as our logo. She is a member of the wolf clan and has been beading for over 20 years.
Life at UBC
Explore admissions, awards, on-campus spaces, and other programs and services for Indigenous students at UBC.
First Nations House of Learning
Receive a number of services, including writing and math tutoring, financial advising, access to accredited counsellors, and more.