Explore programs and courses with an Indigenous-focus, including Indigenous ways of knowing and being, Indigenous language and arts.
The NIC Advantage
- Customized, flexible education plans
- Individualized support programs
- Seamless transferability
- In-community and land-based learning opportunities
- Community of support including Indigenous Advisors and Elders in Residence
- Research expertise in Indigenous language, health and incorporating ways of knowing and being into courses
Self-declare Your Indigenous Ancestry
We encourage you to declare your Indigenous ancestry. No proof of ancestry is required. You can declare when you apply or after you become an NIC student. By self-declaring you can gain access to information on awards, scholarships and bursaries, NIC programs, supports and services, and access to Priority Admission for some programs.
Reconciliation is something all Canadians have a role in — both Indigenous and non-
Indigenous. Indigenization of the academy, from a local Indigenous perspective, is a big part of reconciliation; the dialogues that occur between our students will lay the foundation for transforming relationships.
NIC’s Indigenous Education facilitator