It’s important to self-declare because Red River College strives to create an environment that reflects the diversity of the population we serve.
Historically, persons of Aboriginal ancestry faced barriers in the workplace and in education institutions. It is Red River College’s intention to ensure under-represented groups are given the opportunity to participate equitably in educational opportunities consistent with their abilities and aspirations.
In order to measure our progress and deliver effective programs, it is critical that the College maintains accurate information about our students.
Declaring your Aboriginal status also allows us to send you information and opportunity listings you might not hear about otherwise. Aboriginal Student Support & Community Relations can also help with applications for First Nation or Metis status so call or email us today!
Red River College strongly encourages you to self-declare on your application!
If you are First Nation, Non-Status, Métis, or Inuit, there are many support services that can help enhance your success as a student and make life at the College a positive experience.
You can access these support services by voluntarily declaring your Aboriginal status as follows:
By doing so, you will:
Aboriginal students who would like to belong to the Keep Informed E-mail list should contact the Aboriginal Student Support Representative.