At Selkirk College you will find friendly and helpful support with our Indigenous Services. We provide support to all prospective and current Indigenous students and can help connect you with financial aid advice, community support, career counselling, cultural activities and much more.
**Selkirk College is still here to serve you, just a little differently. During COVID-19 you can still reach Indigenous Services. Contact us..
Selkirk College acknowledges our respect for and deep gratitude to the First Nations of the West Kootenay and Boundary regions: the Sinixt (Lakes), the Syilx (Okanagan), the Ktunaxa, and the Secwepemc (Shuswap) peoples on whose traditional territories we are honoured to operate.
Learn more about our policy explaining this acknowledgement... Search Policy 1100 Territorial Acknowledgement.
Attend an event on campus and celebrate culture
You are invited to connect with us at one of our events. Come and join us for one of our gift making circles, for a student lunch, a guest speaker event, some drumming or an activity offered through Continuing Education.
Visit the Gathering Place where the doors are now open to provide Indigenous students with a place to meet, study and relax. The Gathering Place is a brand new facility on the Castlegar Campus that is devoted to enhancing services, and providing a welcoming and supportive environment to Indigenous learners. Everyone is invited to attend the events at the Gathering Place and at the other campuses throughout the year. Learn more about our Gathering Place.
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Indigenous Services at Selkirk College
Jessica Morin, Indigenous Services Liaison speaks about the services and events offered through Selkirk College.