Meet Aboriginal Student Affairs at Arts Academic Advising
If you’re an Aboriginal student enrolled in the Faculty of Arts at UBC, contact an Aboriginal Student Affairs (ASA) Arts Academic Advisor with questions about course-planning, degree requirements, registration, graduation checks, and how to get started on campus.
Students are encouraged to reach out to learn more about resources and opportunities such as: internships, tutoring, peer resources or cultural activities and events.
Prospective students thinking about attending UBC’s Faculty of Arts are also encouraged to contact ASA with any questions they may have regarding course-planning and transfer credits.
Email an advisor to book an appointment or stop by Arts Advising and let the Peers at the Front Desk know you wish to see an Advisor for Aboriginal Students.
Location: UBC Faculty of Arts, Buchanan D 112B, 1866 Main Mall
Karlene Harvey, Arts Academic Advisor – Aboriginal Students
Karlene joined Aboriginal Student Affairs as an Academic Advisor in 2015. Karlene is Tsilhqot’in and Okanagan with family ties to the Carrier and Kootenay nations. She holds a BFA in Visual Arts from the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design where she focused on photo conceptualism and digital art. She encourages students to get in touch to talk about degree planning, academic goals, co-op or exchange and other UBC opportunities. She also welcomes students to connect if they wish to share reflections about their experiences at UBC — whether that’s in the classroom, adapting to student life, or any cultural and identity questions that might arise throughout your time studying at UBC.
Maggie Moore, Arts Academic Advisor – Aboriginal Students
Tel: 604 827-4392
Maggie is an Associate 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 Universities. 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.
Student Peer Advisors:
ASA has one or two student peers that work with the team over the Summer or Winter Sessions. You might receive an email from them reminding you of important dates over the Academic Cycle. You’re welcome to contact them if you have questions about student life such as, places to study, great places to eat on campus and anything else that you might be curious about!
Myia Antone, Student Peer Advisor
First Nations & Indigenous Studies (FNIS)
If you’re interested in pursuing this major specialization, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Tanya Bob for an advising meeting. Visit their website: http://fnis.arts.ubc.ca/ or contact Tanya directly by phone or email.
Coordinator, First Nations and Indigenous Studies
Tanya is the coordinator of First Nations and Indigenous Studies. She holds an MA in Linguistics from UBC, she assists with the First Nations and Indigenous Studies Practicum, and is also the FNIS Program Advisor. She is of Tahltan and Tlingit descent.
Location: UBC Faculty of Arts, Buchanan E 265, 1866 Main Mall