Indigenous Student Resource Centre (ISRC) – Memorial University 

Located in Juniper House, 208 Elizabeth Avenue, Memorial University, (BP), St. John’s, NL A1C 5S7 

Tel: (709) 864-3495/864-8278
Facebook: @ISRCMemorial 


The ISRC exists to: 

  1. Support students by creating a welcoming community, by providing an engaging and inclusive space, and by offering an array of programs and resources to ensure success. 
  2. Assist the non-Indigenous University Community to walk a good path and build positive relationships with Indigenous peoples through the provision of education concerning Indigenous Peoples, places, cultures, and histories from the diverse perspectives and experiences of Indigenous Peoples. 
  3. Work collaboratively with the University, University partners, and Indigenous communities and organizations to grow cooperative relationships rooted in mutual respect. 

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Target Population:

Self-identified Indigenous students at Memorial University.

Highlights of Programs/Services Offered:

  • The Indigenous Student Lounge, a computer room, study spaces, as well as access to a scanner and photocopying. A phone for local calls, as well as a fridge, microwave and free coffee and tea with the occasional snacks. 
  • Writing clinics and free tutoring to help with essay writing, research papers and subject matters. 
  • ISRC hosts a variety of programming such as Visiting elders, Tent Gatherings, Bannock and Board Games, Wisdom Wednesdays and drumming and signing, and more. See our Facebook for details 
  • Student gatherings, occasional Indigenous films, Indigenous welcome events, Indigenous awareness activities, culturally safe spaces for students to practice smudging and Kullik/Qulliq lighting, as well as many other exciting initiatives.