The pamināwasowin Child Care Centre was designed and renovated to accommodate 90 child care spaces, ranging in age and groups for 12 infants, 53 Preschoolers and 25 Toddlers.
The First Nations University of Canada partnered with Douglas Cardinal Architect Inc., Ray Gosselin Architect Limited, and Ledcor Construction Limited, to design and renovate the space, formerly the Student Success Services department, which includes play areas, an infant sleeping room, a kitchen, laundry room and office spaces. A playground was designed, and construction will proceed later this year.
The Child Care Centre fee structure is one of the lowest in the City of Regina. The University wants to ensure, to the best of our ability, that students needs are met as we understand the financial constraints encountered as a post-secondary student.
All phases of the renovation have been designed from the perspective of making positive impacts on the learning experiences of FNUniv students. This emphasis on placing students first is in keeping with the priorities of the 2019 – 2024 Strategic Plan, ôtê nîkân “in the future”.
pamināwasowin translates to “child rearing” in Cree.
To apply to the pamināwasowin Child Care Centre, you may review and download the following application forms or use the online form at the end of this page:
*You are providing the above information for the purpose of applying for your child to be put on the pamināwasowin Child Care Centre Wait List. The personal information is being collected for that purpose only, will be emailed directly to the pamināwasowin Child Care Centre, and will only be accessible to FNUniv pursuant to the terms of our Privacy and Disclaimer Statement. You have a right of access to the personal information you provide.