The Wabanaki Resource Centre opened in the fall of 2012. The centre provides Aboriginal students with a culturally and spiritually rich environment for academic and personal support. It serves as a daily starting point for many Aboriginal students.
Whether it is to have a coffee, finish an assignment, or relax with friends, the Centre is the hub of activity for Aboriginal students.
The offices of Trenton Augustine and Miigam’agan are located in close proximity to the centre. The space includes a small kitchenette and is decorated with Aboriginal artwork and photographs that reflect the history of First Nations in New Brunswick.
The Wabanaki Resource Centre is located on the second floor of Sir James Dunn Hall, room 209.