Indigenous Peoples’ Centre

Due to COVID-19, Brandon University is exercising social distancing and has implemented a work from home strategy.  To contact the IPC staff please email Lagimodierec@brandonu.ca, Bessettem@brandonu.ca or GregoryD@brandonu.ca 

Please note that you may experience a slight delay in response times; we thank you in advance for your patience.

WE ARE OPEN

We’re here to support you!  We may be working remotely but we are still “here” to provide you with the services that you need.

Please go to Coronavirus Response Information page for the University’s latest updates.

To support physical distancing benefits with regard to the spread of COVID-19, in-person services are currently suspended. Our staff are providing remote delivery services (via telephone, email, Zoom, MS Teams) during regular office hours.

  • Students may email vodonc@brandonu.ca to book remote appointments.
  • For inquiries regarding academic accommodations for students with disabilities or chronic physical and mental health conditions, please contact magnussonm@brandonu.ca

 

We are located in the heart of the university, right between the library and student services area. Services include holistic and developmental advising, orientation, academic support and Elders in residence. We provide computers, a telephone to call home, a boardroom, meeting areas for off campus education counselors, employment information and information about financial awards like scholarships and bursaries. IPC is a resource area on campus and in the community that makes referrals and provides information on resources, student leadership, and peer support.


Brandon University campuses are located on both Treaty 1 and Treaty 2 territories. Our main campus is located in Brandon, Manitoba, on Treaty 2 territory. This is traditional shared land between the Dakota,  Ojibway and Métis peoples. We at Brandon University acknowledge and respect the history, land and the people of this area.

On behalf of Brandon University, I welcome you to the traditional homelands of the Dakota, Anishinabek, Oji-Cree, Cree, Dene, and Metis peoples.

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