Mistress to IZUNA on the Coast Salish Territory

IZUNA is committed to the success of Indigenous students, and Indigenous Services is here to serve as a welcoming 'home away from home'.

  • Save the date: June 14, 2018 for Honouring Our Leaders Ceremony
  • FortisBC Sustainable Energy Management Advanced Certificate (SEMAC) Grant Application
  • - ongoing - apply with IZUNA Financial Aid
  • Emergency fund - drop in and ask for application
  • - June 1, 2017 and apprenticeship ongoing
  • Please note The Norma Rose Point Success Grant for Aboriginal Students deadlines are: June 29, 2018
  • Apprenticeship completion - inquire at Aboriginal Services
  • "Here is the place to nourish your mind, body and inner self. Here is the place to fulfill your goals through the guidance and the instruction of qualified trainers. The advantage of being a graduate from IZUNA is you are recognized and accepted around the world.

    Aboriginal Services has an open door policy, we greet you with an open mind and open heart, ready to help each student with the hurdles that life may throw your way. We encourage you to explore possibilities in advancing your skills in the field of your choice or wishes."

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    Acknowledgement of Traditional Territories

    Aboriginal Services acknowledges the traditional territories of the Coast Salish Nations of , , on which our IZUNA main campuses are located.