At Nipissing University Indigenous Admission pathways fall under four categories. Each of the links below will bring you to areas of our Academic Calendar to provide you with more information on each of these admission policies.
Admission policies for students of Indigenous ancestry, visible minorities or persons with disabilities.
Indigenous Foundations Program (IFP)
Nipissing University's first-year transition-to-university program for Indigenous students who are planning to pursue an undergraduate degree and want or need additional cultural, personal, and/or academic resources.
Indigenous Summer Education Programs
The Indigenous Summer Education Programs have been designed to prepare students of Indigenous Ancestry for teaching and classroom assistant positions in Ontario. These programs are offered over two summers.
- Indigenous Teacher Education Program (ITEP)
- Teacher of Indigenous Languages as a Second Language Program (TILSL)
- Indigenous Classroom Assistant Diploma Program (ICADP)
- ITEP, TILSL and ICADP Admission Requirements
Bachelor of Education
The Schulich School of Education offers a two-year consecutive program (after degree program) leading to a Bachelor of Education degree. In order to be admissible to this degree, students must possess or be graduating with an undergraduate degree.
For more information about admission requirements, deadlines or any other questions you have please contact the Office of Indigenous Initiatives.
Phone: 705-474-3450 Ext. 4899