First Peoples' House

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Applications are open until May 1, 2018

A place for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit learners

Learn how we support students in their personal and academic growth

Standing true to our beliefs as First Peoples and guided by our cultural teachings, the First Peoples' House provides an environment of empowerment for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit learners to achieve personal and academic growth.

Our vision is to demonstrate our commitment to the First Nations, Métis, and Inuit student community on campus and provide services that reflect this responsibility. We will continue to honour the Indigenous worldview of education as a continuous ceremony of learning by respecting and supporting the voices and spirit of our student community at the University of Alberta.


Our Supports

We provide a variety of programs, services, and resources to holistically support our students.


Information For

Find specific information for declaring Aboriginal status, territory statement, prospective students, new students, and student advisors.

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Academic Supports

Learn about our tools and programs that support student academics, including computers, writing mentors, the Transition Year Program, and more.

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Financial Resources
Read our information on budgeting, scholarships, and awards, as well as advising options.

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Physical Well-being
Learn about our monthly community meals, Miyo-Pimatisiwin program, and Aboriginal student housing.

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Social Gatherings and Opportunities

Learn about the many gatherings and opportunities for students meet each other and get involved in the community.

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Cultural Supports

Learn about our Elders, Traditional Knowledge Keepers, Ceremonial Room, and other cultural supports for students.

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