Assiniboine Community College recognizes the unique history of Indigenous peoples and commits to an active role in Reconciliation. We foster a respectful and engaging learning environment for all students to grow through the sharing of knowledge, ideas, and experiences.
Assiniboine believes that Indigenization is a commitment to instil Indigenous worldviews, knowledge, and perspectives from the diverse Indigenous cultures we are united with at every level of our organization. We support cultural competency and decolonization of our institution through renewed respect and appreciation of traditional ways of being and doing.
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Our Indigenous Affairs team offers a wide range of support and services to assist students along their post-secondary journey. We liaise with academic advisors, connect students with important community resources and provide guidance to First Nations, Métis and Inuit students from a holistic perspective to support their academic goals. We act as a resource for all students and faculty in their efforts to acquire a true understanding of Indigenous cultures and ways of knowing.