About Mawandoseg

The Mawandoseg Centre aims to be a safe(r) space for Indigenous students at Carleton and works to address the specific needs of the various Indigenous communities in and around the university. The Centre is also the leading point of contact for non-Indigenous students looking to connect and learn more about Indigenous cultures and histories.

For more information, visit our Linktree at https://linktr.ee/mawandoseg

Programs at the Mawandoseg include:

    • Indigenous speaker events
    • Resources for Indigenous students and information about issues, cultures, and histories for non-Indigenous students
    • Panels and workshops regarding issues such as the environment, sexuality, mental health, and more

Volunteer with us! Mawandoseg is always accepting volunteers to help us run events, distribute resources, and provide peer support. Want to get involved? Fill out the volunteer application to get started.

Centre for Indigenous Initiatives – 503 Robertson Hall –  http://carleton.ca/indigenous/
Equity Services – 503 Robertson Hall – http://carleton.ca/equity/
Odawa Friendship Centre – 250 City Centre Ave, Ottawa, ON – http://www.odawa.on.ca/
Wabano Centre – 299 Montreal Rd, Ottawa, ON – http://www.wabano.com/

Aurora Ominika Enosse

Aurora is Anishinaabe from Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory. She currently studies social work here at Carleton where she works towards creating a culture/land-based approach to social work to ensure that Indigenous youth remain connected to their culture. A little fun fact about her is that she loves to kickbox!

Office Hours
M: 9AM-4PM
T: 10AM-5PM
W: 9AM-4PM
TH: 11AM-6PM


Mawandoseg Centre
426H Nideyinàn (formerly UC)
1125 Colonel By Drive
Ottawa, ON K1S 5B6




613-520-2600 ext. 1268