Nipissing University is located on the traditional territory of the Nbisiing Anishinaabeg people and, specifically, the Nipissing First Nation, within lands protected by the Robinson Huron Treaty of 1850. We are grateful to live and learn on these lands with all our relations.
Nipissing University, offers an inclusive and collegial environment for learning. Indigenous students, their families, Elders, youth and children are a welcome in this community, and the office of Indigenous initiatives offers an enhanced educational experience through a holistic approach to academic, personal and cultural support.
the Office of Indigenous Initiatives.
We welcome Indigenous students, their families, Elders, youth and children within inclusive programs in Enji giigdoyang, the Office of Indigenous Initiatives.
In the Nbisiing dialect of Anishnaabemwin, Enji giigdoyang means “where we come to meet, discuss and talk about things,” which is the culture we hope to foster. We enhance the educational experience through a holistic approach to academic, personal, and cultural support. We honour one another's life experiences and invite you to connect with our campus community and guests of the university in workshops and events on campus.