Academic Advising

With a background in Indigenous Studies, graduates will become advocates and educators to support efforts of reconciliation and decolonization in the workforce, by eliminating cultural biases.

A credential in Indigenous Studies supports many career avenues, including law, education, policymaking, oil and gas, natural resources and government by providing historical and contemporary experiences of Indigenous peoples.

Meet the Undergraduate Advisor and Recruiter

Ronda Landsfried

Undergraduate Advisor & Recruiter

call  (778) 782-4774
location_on  Burnaby Campus, Saywell Hall: SWH9089

The Undergraduate Advisor and Recruiter is available to help with Indigenous Studies undergraduate advising matters. 

Please contact the the Undergraduate Advisor and Recruiter to declare a major or minor in Indigenous Studies; if you wish to complete a certificate or diploma; or if you have questions about co-operative education. 

Advisor Link

Students can book appointments with the Undergraduate Advisor & Recruiter through Advisor Link. 

Indigenous Studies Sample Course Plans

Map out your path towards graduation by browsing example course plans for Indigenous Studies majors: 

Student Advising

Advising by appointment

E-mail the Undergraduate Advisor at with your detailed question or appointment request. Include your student number and Advising Transcript

Students can also book appointments with the Undergraduate Advisor through Advisor Link

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