We acknowledge the traditional territory of the Neutral, Anishnawbe and Haudenosaunee people.
We are committed to fostering a positive experience for all Indigenous students, whether you’re First Nations (status or non-status), Inuit or Métis. The Office of Indigenous Initiatives provides a range of culturally relevant, wholistic support services and programs. We’ll assist you with the application process through to graduation. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you’re curious about our admission policies, funding, academic programs, or even career planning.
Life at Laurier is great, and both our Waterloo and Brantford campuses boast an impressive amount of school spirit and community support. All you need to do is attend a football game or a free noon-hour concert to see it. We hope you’ll visit campus to get a taste of it for yourself.
SUNDANCe Award among many scholarships, bursaries available to Indigenous students at Laurier
CBC: Laurier student helps develop children's programming for Indigenous outreach centre
Laurier researchers and Indigenous community partners working to address water security challenges
Laurier-hosted virtual reality film experience envisions the future, highlights Indigenous languages
Laurier lecturer to explore journey of reconciliation at Friends and Neighbours speaker series
Office of Indigenous Initiatives and Laurier International partner for corn harvest event
Celebrating Indigenous education in a special edition of Laurier Campus magazine
Heritage home on Laurier's campus to become new student Indigenous centre
Ontario’s first Indigenous lieutenant governor to visit Laurier’s Brantford campus
Laurier’s Land We Are event will delve into local Indigenous history and the purpose of land acknowledgments
CBC: Laurier offers new New York state exchange opportunity for Indigenous students
Knowledge keepers conference to build connections between Laurier and local Indigenous community
Laurier-Syracuse exchange program will build Indigenous curriculum across borders
Romeo Saganash and panel of international Indigenous rights scholars to speak at Laurier
Laurier students and first-time hackers find success at StarterHacks 2018
Laurier celebrates Indigenous Education Week
Robert Langen Art Gallery announces opening of new exhibition by Indigenous artist Leanna Marshall
Traditional knowledge meets new technology
Weekly gatherings bring Laurier Indigenous and non-Indigenous community members “Toward Right Relations”