Information Centres

Fredericton Campus  

Advocacy Centre

The UNB Student Union-run Advocacy Centre is a place where undergraduate students can access free, confidential legal information from student advocates. If they cannot provide you with specific information, they will find the information for you, or direct you to somewhere that the information can be provided. The advocates are a prime avenue to access Universal Legal Coverage. The Advocacy is located in room 31 in the SUB. Call 447-3068 or email to: for more information.

Student Information Centre

The Student Union-run Information Centre is located in the lobby of the Student Union Building (sharing space with the Paper Trail), room 105. Information on any event, program, club, employment opportunity, etc. is available. The Information Centre also coordinates several workshops throughout the school year. Other popular services are the Odd Job Bank and the Used Book Sale, which takes place at the beginning of each term. Call 447-3079 for more information, or email to:

University Women's Centre

Governed by a Board consisting of various members of the UNB, STU and Fredericton Community, the University Women’s Centre opened in the fall of 2002. Located in room 129 in the Student Union Building, the centre provides information, space and support for all members of the university community. For more information, phone (506) 452-6124 or email to: