Frequently Asked Questions for Indigenous Students

What services are available for Indigenous Students?

Indigenous Student Services offers a wide range of services and activities for our Indigenous students designed to make to your educational journey both interesting and fun. Our coaches are available to support students with navigating the various processes and procedures including registration, band funding, and transitioning in and out of college. Our programmer organizes a number of cultural awareness activities and workshops including guest speakers, crafts, and Elder as a Resource for our Indigenous Students to access.

For more information, please visit Indigenous Student Services.

I’m a First Nations, Inuit, and/or Metis student at Mohawk College, how can I self-identify?

The team is creating a new online process and form for students to self-id if they choose. We will communicate that to the College community once it becomes available.

If you would like to connect with our office in the meantime, please email iess [at] and we can direct you to a team member.

How can I find out what activities are being offered through Indigenous Student Services?

You can follow us on Facebook or Twitter for updated information and upcoming activities to engage with staff and your peers.

Facebook:Indigenous Education & Student Services – IESS – Mohawk College

Twitter: @mohawk_iess

What is the Facilitated Admissions Process for Indigenous Students?

The Facilitated Admission Process for Indigenous Students gives individual consideration to Indigenous students applying to oversubscribed programs at Mohawk College.

Please visit the Facilitated Admissions Process page for more information and to connect with our recruiter.