As you navigate through your years with us at Algoma U, we’re here to provide guidance so that you’re never feeling alone.
We believe in going the extra mile to ensure your personal success by providing a range of academic and social supports for the entire student population. From this, you will acquire a strong foundation that meets the challenges and opportunities that come during and after university.
Algoma Mentorship Program (AMP)
Our mentorship program aims to support and enrich the student experience by providing personal connections, social support, and assistance in acclimating to university life.Learn More
For more detailed information on our courses, please visit our courses schedule sectionGet Started Now
For information on the time, date, and location of exams at Algoma U, please view the exam schedule.Learn More
View our Sexual Violence Resources and Supports webpage.
Q: What if I have a concern about the behaviour of a staff or faculty member?
A: If you have a complaint or concern about a staff or faculty member’s behaviour you may contact [email protected]. You can also review the Respectful Workplace Policy (PDF) to see what Code of Conduct applies to staff and faculty at Algoma U. Any breach of the Code of Conduct – Respectful Workplace Policy should be reported within 7 days of learning about the breach or observing it.
Q: If I am a student worker and have a complaint about workplace violence, harassment, or safety, who do I contact?
A: You may contact [email protected] with your concern.
Other Non-Academic/Student Life Policies
Algoma University Celebrates National Indigenous History Month: June 2023
Posted May 30, 2023
National Indigenous History Month (NIHM) and Indigenous Peoples Day are commemorated each June to recognize, celebrate and honour the history,...
Algoma University’s Inaugural Brampton Gala Raises $50,000
Posted May 15, 2023