We provide an opportunity-rich, immersive learning environment, where students are supported at every stage of their academic journey. Our transdisciplinary approach to learning creates an atmosphere of engagement. Students take their learning outside the classroom, integrate theory and practice, advance knowledge and develop critical-thinking skills to prepare them for the careers of the future.
For community members, our campus is a place of infinite possibilities; from sport and recreation opportunities, to fine arts performances, lectures and talks, camps and courses, we offer a wide variety activities to suit all ages, abilities and interests.
Maria Livingston (BA ’15) is applying her knowledge and research by blending her artistic talent, desire to support Indigenous youth and passion for building community and cultural awareness. As a First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) High School Career Facilitator, she mentors FNMI students, helping them navigate career and skill development while they learn about their heritage and culture. As hoop dancer and visual artist, she teaches the importance of Indigenous cultural expression and the significance of dance, regalia, storytelling and art to the wider community, helping increase awareness and inclusion of FNMI people.