Welcome to First Nations University of Canada

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 provides a holistic educational experience, bringing together quality academic studies with traditional Indigenous knowledge and courses in Saskatchewan’s five Indigenous languages: Cree, Dakota, Dene, Nakota and Saulteaux.

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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

Firewater: An evening with Harold Johnson

November 29, 2016

Thursday, December 1st 6:30 - 8:30 pm

Firewater: How Alcohol Is Killing My People (And Yours): In this passionate call to action, Harold Johnson looks at the devastating impact alcohol has had on his people. Using traditional stories, spirituality, and modern medical research to take on the stereotype of the “lazy, drunken Indian,” Johnson creates a new narrative of sobriety for his people. Powerful testimonials from Richard Van Camp and Tracey Lindberg are included. Written in plain, frank language, Firewater speaks to anyone struggling with addiction.

This is a free event. Complimentary parking is available in Lot 12.

Please join us at 6:30 for tea and to vote in a student bannock bake-off contest! Harold Johnson’s presentation will begin at 7.

LOCATION: Multipurpose Room - First Nations University of Canada, Regina Campus

TIME: 6:30 - 8:30 pm