514-848-2424, ext. 7327
The Otsenhákta Student Centre is an on-campus resource for First Nations, Inuit and Métis students. Otsenhákta, IPA pronunciation od͡zʌ̃ˈhɑkdɑ (O-TSEN-HAK-TA), is a Kanien'kéha word meaning “near the fire.”
The centre is a warm place where Indigenous students can find community, support and assistance. We help students succeed and achieve their highest academic potential by working with them to make the most of the many resources available at the university.
The Otsenhákta Student Centre drop-in remains closed until further notice, however our staff continue to provide counseling and academic support remotely.
Our Cultural Support worker Vicky Boldo is available through email firstname.lastname@example.org or by Facebook messenger. We are fully available at any time when a student is in need.
Resources and Services
The Centre is a welcoming place for students to relax, socialize or study between classes.
What's happening on campus
Concordia’s Institute for Investigative Journalism coordinates a major project looking at Indigenous communities’ water and healthFebruary 24, 2021
Concordia’s newly formed Equity Office appoints its inaugural executive directorFebruary 10, 2021
Frequent guest in the Department of Theological Studies appointed as Parliamentary Poet LaureateFebruary 5, 2021