The Indigenous Student Centre (ISC) is offering a new program called the Qualico Bridge to Success Program. The goal of this program is to facilitate the transition of new Indigenous (First Nation, Inuit, Métis) students into post-secondary education at the U of M by offering a learning cohort, academic learning opportunities, advising support, peer-mentoring and social events that will enhance their first-year experience. This program is available to new Indigenous students, and participation is voluntary.
The Qualico Bridge to Success Program is designed to develop the spiritual, physical, mental and emotional aspects of Indigenous students so they can be as successful as possible in their first year of study.
Who is considered a Qualico Bridge to Success student?
Any student who completes three or more activities will be considered a Qualico Bridge to Success student.
Highlights of the program include a reserved student lab section (B16) for ARTS 1110 for students in Qualico Bridge to Success, one-day summer boot camps in August, and the Neechiwaken Indigenous Peer Mentor Program. Students are invited to join the program once they are accepted to the University of Manitoba and can sign up online. There is no cost to join this program!
To REGISTER FOR ARTS 1110 you will need special permission. Please contact Carla at email@example.com or phone (204) 291-5257. ARTS 1110 (Introduction to University) is designed to help students make the transition to university by imparting the knowledge, skills, and attitudes requisite for success in university study. The reserved student lab section (B16) must be taken with lecture section A04, which is scheduled in the Fall 2017 term on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30-3:45 p.m.
Benefits of the Qualico Bridge to Success Program:
If you have any questions about the Qualico Bridge to Success Program or would like to talk to a student advisor, please contact Carla Loewen at:
Indigenous Student Centre
Migizii Agamik, Bald Eagle Lodge