The Justice Institute of British Columbia serves the people of communities located in the traditional territories of First Nations Peoples across British Columbia. We welcome First Nations, Inuit, and Métis learners who seek knowledge and skills from our programs.

Read Office of Indigenization Newsletter Spring issue 2020

Read Office of Indigenization Newsletter Summer issue 2020

Read Office of Indigenization Newsletter Fall issue 2020

Read Office of Indigenization Newsletter Winter issue 2021

Read Office of Indigenization Newsletter Spring issue 2021

Indigenous Self-Identification

When you self-identify as an Indigenous student, we're better able to provide services that will help you.

To self-identify, indicate your status on your JIBC application form. If you didn't identify yourself when you registered and would like to change your status, contact the Registration Office.

 

Services for Indigenous Students
  • Career planning
  • Indigenous activities and events
  • Access to financial aid, scholarships and bursaries

 

Funding for Indigenous Students

All eligible JIBC students can apply for awards, bursaries and scholarships if they meet the requirements. There are funding opportunities available exclusively for qualifying Indigenous students.

 

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    Funding for Indigenous Students

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    Marvin and Colette Storrow Award

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    Steven Bibby Memorial Award

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