First Nations Student Association (FNSA)

First Nations Student Association (FNSA). Photo by Charles Do
Dancer Russel Cardinal from the Four Fires Society, SFU Indigenous Day, 2016. Organized annually by the FNSA. Photo by Charles Do
Git Hyaesk Performers, SFU Indigenous Day, 2016. Photo by Charles Do

Location: TC 3109 and 3112, SFU's Burnaby campus
Website: http://www.sfu.ca/olc/indigenous/fnsa

The First Nations Student Association (FNSA) is a student organization that: personally, academically, and culturally supports Aboriginal students (First Nation, Inuit, and Métis) and educates the campus community on event highlights as well as Aboriginal interests. FNSA advocates for services and resources for students, promotes and sponsors activities on campus that demonstrate the cultural diversity of Aboriginal people. FNSA hosts panel discussions annually, workshops of student interest and conferences for Aboriginal students.

The FNSA is located in the First Nations Students Common Room and Study Room in TC 3108 and TC 3112, in the Rotunda. The rooms are for Aboriginal students to meet, socialize, and for quiet study. Available in the Common Room are computers with Internet access and a printer, a telephone, fridge, microwave and other kitchen supplies.

*Email fnsa-board@sfu.ca to be added to the email list serve for upcoming events.

Links:
Indigenous SFU (OLC)
http://www.sfu.ca/olc/indigenous