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Negahneewin College

Negahneewin College
Motto "Leading the Way"
Undergraduates university, and continuing education students
Location Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
Affiliations Confederation College
Website negahneewin

Negahneewin College is a tertiary education institution aimed at the Indigenous people in Northwestern Ontario. Aboriginal institutes partner with colleges and universities to offer students degree programs, apprenticeships, certificate programs and diploma programs.

Negahneewin is an Anishnawbe word that means "Leading the Way." Negahneewin College of Academic & Community Development is a college "within and throughout" Confederation College in Thunder Bay.

Programs

Diploma Programs

  • Aboriginal Law and Advocacy

General Arts and Science Certificate Programs

  • Native Child & Family
  • Aboriginal Transition
  • General Arts and Science
  • Pre-Health Sciences
  • Pre-Technology

External links

  • Official website
  • Aboriginal Institutes
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