Brandon University is situated in Manitoba's second largest city and attracts students who want a sound education in arts, business administration, science, music, education and health studies, all while studying in an environment geared to the individual. The combination of small classes, faculty who are easily accessible to students, compact campus, rural focus, and a diverse student population contributes to a stimulating, supportive and personalized learning experience.
Aboriginal programming and support
A new Peer Mentoring and Tutoring Program will train and develop successful Aboriginal undergrads and graduate students as tutors and mentors. These role models will provide social and academic mentoring to incoming students, preparing them to succeed and mentor the next generation.
Elder-in-residence and Healing Circle Program
Aboriginal Student Recruitment Officer
Master-level Learning and Curriculum Specialist
Spiritual and cultural programs
Scholarship and bursary program
Improving and expanding the Indigenous Peoples’ Centre on campus
Creating a Program Headquarters with a dedicated study room