Welcome to FNUniv

FNUniv is a unique Canadian institution that specializes in Indigenous knowledge, providing post-secondary education for Indigenous and non-Indigenous students alike within a culturally supportive environment.
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Why FNUniv?

FNUniv is a unique Canadian institution that specializes in Indigenous knowledge, providing post-secondary education for Indigenous and non-Indigenous students alike within a culturally supportive environment.

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What's your soul reason?

Home away from home. At FNUniv, our campus atmosphere is built on the sensitivities, knowledge and understanding of the cultures, beliefs and traditions of First Nations. At the same time, we celebrate the diversity of our student body, welcoming everyone who walks through our doors. Students often say that our campuses feel like their home away from home.

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Become a student at FNUniv.

At the First Nations University of Canada, we integrate your culture, history, and career goals into one package! Whether a new student pursuing a goal of a new exciting career, or a mature student planning on bringing pride and education to your life for personal reasons, we can find a program that will match your needs.

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Upcoming Events

Building Legacy from a Royal Visit to Traditional Art Exchange

September 19, 2014

This afternoon, a First Nations style high tea was held in celebration of the latest stage in a partnership between Prince’s Charities Canada and First Nations University of Canada. Judy Anderson, an Associate Professor of Indian Fine Arts at FNUniv, is preparing to spend eight weeks at The Prince’s School for the Traditional Arts (PSTA) in London, United Kingdom where she will be sharing her skills and knowledge.

“It was an honour to host HRH The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall in May 2012. We are delighted in the legacy from the royal visit that is resulting in an exchange of knowledge celebrating the richness of First Nations cultures and traditions through one of FNUniv’s Indian Fine Arts professors,” stated Dr. Lynn Wells, FNUniv Vice-President Academic.

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