Here are some of the ways he can assist you:

  • Personal matters

  • Academics

  • Finances

  • Exploring and questioning your identity

  • Homophobia, transphobia, queerphobia, and exclusion

  • Feelings of loneliness and isolation

  • Housing

  • Employment on or off campus

  • Navigating the university system and culture

  • Finding community and belonging

  • Getting connected with peers, resources, and supports

Queer Student Advising

One-on-one confidential advising relating to academic or financial concerns, housing, or personal matters including topics related to sexual orientation and gender identity is now being offered by our office coordinator, Nate (he/him). He can also let you know about upcoming events for the LGBTQ2IA+ campus community, and help connect with your broader community resources .

Please feel free to email at if you're interested in connecting or setting up a meeting time.

What is an Advisor?

Wondering what the difference is between an Advisor and a Counselor in Counselling Services?

An Advisor provides information about the many supports and resources available to students. An Advisor can guide students and assist in navigating the university system. This includes direct support as well as facilitating connections with other campus or community services, explaining and clarifying institutional policies, and describing overarching expectations of students.

Students can also access Counselling Services in the Health and Wellness Building