Welcome to KIUNA Institution 

Kiuna Institution’s mission is to shape competent First Nations citizens in their respective fields, proud inheritors of their culture, socially responsible, open to the world, and concerned for the well-being of their communities.

Programs

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Developed in collaboration with First Nations, the First Nations Social Science program 300.B0 meets all requirements of the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur (MÉES). Courses primarily focus on three themes of personal and collective development: identity, community and society. Find out more

Educational Approach

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The opening of Kiuna Institution was the result of extensive work driven by one motive: to offer First Nations youth a college dedicated specifically to them with a learning environment that reflects their cultural differences, social backgrounds and interests. Find out more

Admissions

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The skills Kiuna students acquire are equivalent to the ones gained by students enrolled in social science programs offered in any other college in Quebec. Find out more

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The FNEC and Kiuna celebrate their success ! Weekly column on Kiuna graduates

Marylène Flamand From Manawan Graduate from the ”Éducation spécialisée et contextes autochtones (AEC)” (Specialized Education in Aboriginal Contexts (ACS), 2014 Specialized Educator at the Early Childhood Centre in Trois-Rivières Marylène was partFind out more...
By : kim gabriel | Jul 12, 2016
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The FNEC and Kiuna celebrate their success ! Weekly column on Kiuna graduates

Uapukun Mestokosho-McKenzie From Ekuanitshit Graduate from the First Nations –Social Science program, 2013 Just completed her first year in outdoor intervention at the Université du Québec à Chicoutimi Uapukun was eager toFind out more...
By : kim gabriel | Jul 5, 2016
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The FNEC and Kiuna celebrate their success ! Weekly column on Kiuna graduates

Tehawenhni’tathe Bradley Cross From Kahnawake Graduate from the First Nations Social Science program, 2015 Just completed his 1st year in Political Science at Concordia University. Bradley’s passage at Kiuna has been anFind out more...
By : kim gabriel | Jun 28, 2016
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The FNEC and Kiuna celebrate their success ! Weekly column on Kiuna graduates

Miguel Coocoo-Chachai From Wemotaci Graduate from the Travail administratif pour les Premières Nations et les Inuit First year student First Nations – Social Science program Pride, family and academic skills: are theFind out more...
By : kim gabriel | Jun 22, 2016
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The FNEC and Kiuna celebrate their success ! Weekly column on Kiuna graduates

Tewateronhia:khwa Jordan Nelson From Kanesatake Jordan has just graduated from the First Nations Social Science Program this past May. She says she is happy to have followed in her sister’s footsteps inFind out more...
By : kim gabriel | Jun 16, 2016
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The FNEC and Kiuna celebrate their success ! Weekly column on Kiuna graduates

Danysa Régis-Labbé From Pessamit Graduate of the First Nations Social Science Program, 2015 Second year student in the Preschool Education and Elementary Teaching program at the Université du Québec à Chicoutimi ForFind out more...
By : kim gabriel | Jun 7, 2016

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Information on the Odanak community

Based on its interest in the project, its geographical location and the services it offers, the Abenaki community of Odanak was selected to be the site of Kiuna Institution. Only a 35-minute drive from Trois-Rivières, and located in the heart of the province of Quebec, Odanak is a dynamic and thriving community that takes advantage of its proximity to urban centres to stimulate local economic development.