Grammarly@edu – sign up for a premium account with Grammarly using your @myauroracollege.nt.ca email address for access to this cool proofreading tool. Use it to make your writing better.
Aurora College provides free access to tutors for students. To request a tutor, meet with the Student Success Coordinator at your campus and fill out the request form. If you attend Thebacha Campus, you can fill out the attached FORM.
Study Blue – Great study tools. Flashcards are so last year. Go digital!
Aurora College Libraries and Online Search – Your doorway to a world of books and videos, online journal articles, research starters and more … Aurora College Libraries provide access for students and staff to a vast array of print and online research resources available at your fingertips, as well as friendly staff to help you at the College libraries in Inuvik, Yellowknife and Fort Smith.
Google Scholar – A good resource of scholarly peer-reviewed articles for essays.
NWT Student Financial Assistance – Information about NWT SFA at this link. You can Apply Online for SFA.
Indigenous Bursaries Search Tool – This is a searchable list of 773 bursaries, scholarships and incentives across Canada available to Aboriginal students.
Indigenous Skills and Employment Training Strategy – You may be eligible to receive funding for your education.
NWT Income Assistance – Students may also be eligible to obtain Income Assistance which can help with the cost of things such as childcare. To find out if you qualify for IA, you should see a Client Service Officer at the Department of Education, Culture, and Employment. The application form is available online here.
Through our license agreements, Aurora College is pleased to offer Microsoft and Adobe software for home use at discounted prices! Use your @auroracollege.nt.ca email address to take advantage of these offers.
Aurora College students can purchase Microsoft software and selected hardware at discounted prices!
When you purchase from this site, you will need to create a Microsoft Account using your @myauroracollege.ca email address. You can do this when you check out.
Click here to access Microsoft’s Education Store – Microsoft Office 365 University, Windows Upgrades, and more!
Through their Education Partner Program, Sage offers a student version of Sage 50 Accounting.
Click here to access Sage 50 Accounting (formerly Sage Simply Accounting) for students.
Intuit’s Education Program allows students to get a free copy of QuickBooks and other software.
Click here to register with Intuit and access their student software offerings.
Students can sign up for Adobe Creative Cloud at a discount of 60% off the regular monthly price.
Click here for Adobe’s student software offerings.
Local Mental Health & Wellness Resources – Please contact the Student Services team at your local campus for more information on Health and Wellness Resources for students.
Aurora Campus: 867-777-7837
Thebacha Campus: 867-872-7515
Yellowknife North Slave Campus:
Evidence-based research to educate yourself and your peers on recreational Cannabis use:
New Journeys – Your online Friendship Centre resource. An online platform for telling and sharing stories pertaining to Indigenous experiences in Canada. New Journeys is also a one-stop mobile and online resource featuring potentially life-saving resources, services, and information to help urban Indigenous youth, young families and others seeking to know more about their surroundings.
Learn how to take care of your mental health. Get the facts about mental illness. Find help for yourself or others:
Resume Builder – Use an online tool to build your own resume. Get some help from your Campus Student Services staff.
GNWT Summer Employment – Apply for summer jobs with the GNWT through the Department of Human Resources.
Opportunities in Health Careers – Information about careers and summer opportunities in health professions in the NWT.
Glass Door for Students – Students can have free unlimited access to more than 15 million jobs from over 500,000 different companies. Search by different communities in the Northwest Territories… or anywhere in Canada.