INDIGENOUS PROGRAMS AND SERVICES DIRECTORY

Start your search today by browsing the directory below to learn more about programs and services to help you pursue a postsecondary education.

MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY OF NEWFOUNDLAND

Memorial University campus: aerial view.

General statistics

Students who identify as Indigenous 5 to 9.99%
Academic staff who identify as Indigenous Less than 2%

Indigenous languages

Courses offered Inuktitut

Financial support

Bursaries
Scholarships
Graduate fellowship

Financial guidance

Staff of the Aboriginal Resource Office (ARO), St. John's Campus, and the Student Affairs Officer-Aboriginal, Grenfell Campus, provide information on scholarships and awards available to Aboriginal students.

Services

On-campus housing/student residences

Activities

Social or cultural events
Gathering space
Elder engagement

Programs for Indigenous students

Experiential learning opportunities

Undergraduate
Bachelor of Education (Primary/Elementary) for Nunatsiavut includes two internships Bachelor of Education (Primary/Elementary) for Nunatsiavut includes two internships

Language courses

Undergraduate On Campus Off Campus In Community Online
LING 2025: Introduction to Inuttitut I LING 2025: Introduction to Inuttitut I Checkmark
LING 2026: Introduction to Inuttitut II LING 2026: Introduction to Inuttitut II Checkmark

Indigenous Studies programs offered at this university

Language of instruction
English
Co-op available
No
Distance Education
No
Level
Undergraduate level certificate/diploma
Program website
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Area of Study
  • Aboriginal studies