First Nations University
The mission of the First Nations University of Canada, Northern Campus is to increase Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal access to university degrees, diplomas, and certificate courses, as well as, to preserve, protect, and interpret the history, language, cultural and artistic heritage of First Nations people.
The FNUniv of Canada mission statement is pursued by the Northern Campus through its commitment to expand its off-campus programming in order to enhance First Nations access to university degrees, diplomas, and certificate courses and programs throughout Saskatchewan, across Canada and internationally. Access is pursued through coordinating and delivering courses and programs in collaboration with First Nations communities, providing expertise and leadership in adult and continuing education; implementing programs as requested by the First Nations communities; encouraging and conducting research in the field of multi-lingual and multi-cultural education; and utilizing appropriate University and other resources.
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Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology
“Prince Albert was the location of Saskatchewan’s first university and it’s also the location of the fourth Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology campus.
SIAST Woodland Campus began as the Prince Albert Community College in 1963. Between 1987 and 1989, the Natonum Community College and the Northern Technical Institute merged and became SIAST Woodland Campus.
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University of Saskatchewan, (Prince Albert Campus)
University of Saskatchewan Off- Campus courses in Prince Albert run through the SIAST Woodland Campus in Prince Albert Saskatchewan.
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