Yellowquill College is Manitoba's first Native-controlled, post-secondary institution. The College opened on October 1, 1984 on the Long Plain Reserve and moved to its current location, 340 Assiniboine, Winnipeg, Manitoba. The school believes that the education of Native people is both the right and the responsibility of Native people. Further, the Native people are capable of determining their own educational needs and planning courses of study to meet these needs. Finally, Native people have the leadership and knowledge needed to implement and maintain an effective post-secondary institution.
The Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council has accepted the obligation of administrating the funds provided by the government of Canada for the education of adult Native people. Education and training are an integral part of the process of Indian self-government and economic and social development.
The College offers unique programs designed to meet the needs of Native communities and individuals. Native studies are an integral part of all programs offered. As an adult training institution, the College implements adult education methodology.
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International student applications are accepted from anywhere in the world.
Winnipeg, Manitoba's Capital City, is located in the centre of Canada and is a transportation centre for air, rail, and highways. Winnipeg has a varied industrial and service oriented workforce. Its 628,000 residents enjoy the benefits of a large, cosmopolitan city, with a rich multicultural heritage and a strong emphasis on the arts and cultural activities. A low cost of living and a clean environment make Winnipeg an enjoyable city to live in.
Modified on October 03, 2017