Indigenous on campus
The IPC is the students home away from home. Here you will find couches to relax on, a kids area for educational play, an Elders room for smudging, and a kitchen where soup is made everyday at lunch for the students, but most importantly we offer you a family and friendships that will last a lifetime.
The Al and Bee Wagner Indigenous Student Transition Program offers virtual transitioning support to Indigenous students starting their education at Brandon University under four pillars; academic, social, personal and cultural.
The Department of Native Studies offers both general courses in Native Studies and comprehensive programs of study.
Courses in Aboriginal Art provide an understanding of the multitude of Indigenous art forms and how they have evolved through the ages.
The Program for the Education of Native Teachers is a community-based teacher education program combined with summer courses at Brandon University.
The Canadian Journal of Native Studies is a highly recognized journal in the field of Native Studies. The journal publishes anthropological, historical, sociological, political, legal, educational and cultural issues affecting First Nations people.