Graduate student resources

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The faculty, staff, and partners of the Labrador Campus and School of Arctic and Subarctic Studies are committed to supporting your academic, professional, and personal growth throughout your graduate journeys. Whether you're a first-year student or nearing completion of your program, we are here for you!

We encourage you to explore these resources regularly and take advantage of the opportunities and support provided. We aim to continually update and expand our resources to meet the evolving needs of graduate students. If you require any support or information beyond what we have included here, please reach out to us and we will help you find what you need.

Best wishes for a successful and enriching graduate experience!

Click on the links below to access and download each resource:

Arctic & Subarctic Futures Graduate Student Handbook

This handbook provides a detailed overview of our graduate programs in Arctic & Subarctic Futures, including helpful advice and contact information.

Click on the links below to access and download each resource:

About the Labrador Campus & School of Arctic and Subarctic Studies (Handout)

Check out this handout for more information about the Labrador Campus and School of Arctic and Subarctic Studies!

Overview of Graduate Programs in Arctic & Subarctic Futures

Check out this short overview of our graduate programs in Arctic and Subarctic Futures. For more information, please visit the program page.

Template: Preparing Your Summary of Research Interests

If you are interested in applying for the Master's or PhD pathways of the Arctic & Subarctic Futures graduate program, you will need to prepare a 1-page summary of your research interests as part of your application package. This template provides instructions and helpful tips for preparing your summary.