The Athabasca University Mace, created by Brian Clark originally from Ft. McMurray, Alberta, is symbolic of the traditional talking stick used commonly by indigenous people.

8.1 Information Centre
8.2 Office of the Registrar
8.3 Undergraduate Academic Centres
8.4 Access for Students with Disabilities
8.5 Advising Services
8.6 Counselling Services
8.7 Centre for Learning Accreditation
8.8 Materials Management
8.9 Finance Office
8.10. Help Desk
8.11 Library Information
8.12 Learning Centres
8.13 Alberta Universities Writing Compentence Test
8.14 Learning Services Collaborations
8.15 Learning Services Tutorial
8.16 Public Affairs and Communications
8.17 Student Advocacy
8.17.1 Alumni Relations
8.17.2 Students' Union
8.17.3 Ombuds Office
8.18 Student Services
8.19 Student Identification Cards
8.20 Postal Service Interruption


Athabasca University's extensive student support services is one of its distinguishing features.

Students who discuss an issue with a staff member and who are likely to contact the University again, are asked to make note of that person's name. This can help considerably in follow-up discussions.

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 • Information effective Sept. 1, 2005 to Aug. 31, 2006.
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