ARC self-indentification survey

Why declare your ancestry?

The College of New Caledonia believes in the importance for Aboriginal learners to self-identify their ancestry. Foremost, this allows Aboriginal students to become aware and have access to services in the post-secondary system. Secondly, it strengthens the educational system to best develop appropriate services for Aboriginal students, and moreover, it allows the college to adequately ensure that Aboriginal students are properly represented and supported at the College of New Caledonia.

An Aboriginal person in Canada is anyone who identifies themselves as First Nations (status or non-status), Métis and Inuit.

CNC wants to create a supportive and inclusive environment for Aboriginal learners, and by self-identifying your ancestry, you will help make this possible.

Do you identify as an Aboriginal person?

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