Aazhogan Indigenous Student Centre
Aazhogan (A-sho-gun) is the Anishinabe word meaning "bridge" and is used to describe the connections MITT is creating between students, employers and the worlds of education and work. The Aazhogan Indigenous Student Centre is an example of MITT's commitment to advancing Indigenous education and reconciliation.
The Aazhogan Indigenous Student Centre is part of the Student Success Centre at the Henlow campus and is adjacent to the office of MITT's Indigenous Student Advisor. It is a safe space to find support, a quiet space to study, and is a meeting place to socialize and participate in different student groups, including MITT's Indigenous Students' Circle.
Aazhogan is also home to the Aazhogan Resource Library which is a collection of local and national indigenous literature, books and resources which students can access on-site or sign-out. Aazhogan is also the venue for our Lunch & Learn Indigenous Film Screening Series and is a great relaxation area equipped with a student-use smart TV. Aazhogan can also be used as a prayer space and is smudge-friendly.
Contact us today and we will be more than happy to help you with any questions or concerns you have.