INDIGENOUS PROGRAMS AND SERVICES DIRECTORY

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THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

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General statistics

Students who identify as Indigenous 2 to 4.99%

Indigenous languages

Courses offered Salish
Kwakwala
Halq'eméylem (Musqueam language)

Mandatory courses

Yes, for certain faculties or programs Faculty of Law, all students (constitutional law)
Faculty of Medicine, all undergraduate students (unit in course)
Faculty of Education, all undergraduate students, required course

Financial support

Scholarships
Graduate fellowship
Awards/prizes
Emergency funds

Financial guidance

Students are provided with advising on both central and faculty-based levels.

Services

On-campus housing/student residences
Academic counselling
General counselling

Activities

Social or cultural events
Gathering space
Elder engagement
+ Other

Indigenous student associations

Programs for Indigenous students

Experiential learning opportunities

Undergraduate
First Nations and Indigenous Studies Research Practicum First Nations and Indigenous Studies Research Practicum
Faculty of Forestry, Forestry Resource Management Practica
Graduate
School of Community and Regional Planning, Indigenous Community Planning: Practicum School of Community and Regional Planning, Indigenous Community Planning: Practicum

Language courses

Undergraduate On Campus Off Campus In Community Online
FNEL 101 001 Introduction to a Salish Language I: Halq'eméylem (Musqueam language) FNEL 101 001 Introduction to a Salish Language I: Halq Checkmark
FNEL 102 002 Introduction to a Salish Language II: Halq'eméylem (Musqueam language) - pending approval FNEL 102 002 Introduction to a Salish Language II: Halq Checkmark
FNEL 142 Introduction to a Wakashan Language I and II: Kwakwala (Northern Wakashan) FNEL 142 Introduction to a Wakashan Language I and II: Kwakwala (Northern Wakashan) Checkmark
FNEL 201 001 Intermediate Salish Language I: Halq'eméylem (Musqueam language) FNEL 201 001 Intermediate Salish Language I: Halq Checkmark
FNEL 202 002 Intermediate Salish Language II: Halq'eméylem (Musqueam language) FNEL 202 002 Intermediate Salish Language II: Halq Checkmark
No level specified On Campus Off Campus In Community Online
FNEL 141 Introduction to a Wakashan Language I and II: Kwakwala (Northern Wakashan) FNEL 141 Introduction to a Wakashan Language I and II: Kwakwala (Northern Wakashan) Checkmark

Indigenous language programs or degrees

Undergraduate On Campus Off Campus In Community Online
BA, First Nations and Endangered Languages BA, First Nations and Endangered Languages Checkmark