Degree College Six Nations Polytechnic
Six Nations Polytechnic is unlike any other post-secondary school in Canada with the unique ability to offer first-hand Indigenous knowledge, education, and skills training to everyone who is committed to learning. Six Nations Polytechnic is the only place in Canada where one can attain a Bachelor of Arts in Ogwehoweh Languages (Mohawk or Cayuga). With distinguished instructors and smaller class sizes, Six Nations Polytechnic students experience a culturally supportive, interactive learning environment designed to support success.
Note: All are welcome to attend this institution.
Programs of Study
- Bachelor of Arts in Ogwehoweh Languages, Cayuga Language Stream
- Bachelor of Arts in Ogwehoweh Languages, Mohawk Language Stream
- Language Courses for Visiting Students on Letter of Permission
- Master of Professional Education (MPEd)
- Registered Practical Nursing (RPN) to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) Bridging Program
- University Consortium Year 1 Program
- Culinary Skills – Chef Training
- Early Childhood Education (ECE)
- Indigenous Wellness & Addictions Prevention
- Mental Health & Disability Management
- Personal Support Worker
- Social Service Worker
- Trades Fundamentals
- Mechanical Techniques – Welder Fitter
- Pre-Apprenticeship Cook
- Pre-Apprenticeship Machinist
- Pre-Apprenticeship Welder
- Additional Qualification Teaching Courses (AQ)
- Continuing Education Artisan Series
- Hodinohso:ni Ambassador Program
Whether you are coming from Six Nations, other communities or cities, everyone at Six Nations Polytechnic – staff, students and instructors included – are expected to follow the values of Ga’nigohi:yo:/Kanikoriio (Respect and the Good Mind).
If you are an eligible status Indian or Inuit student and plan to pursue post-secondary studies on a part-time or full-time basis and are registered with an eligible post-secondary institution, you may qualify for financial support through the Post-Secondary Education Support Program. Contact your local band office, Inuit designated organization or Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) office to apply.
Six Nations Campus
Situated on the picturesque Grand River, Six Nations Polytechnic is located in the heart of Southern Ontario, within close proximity to major highways, rail lines and three major Canadian ports of entry (Windsor, Toronto and Niagara Falls). Six Nations is about an hour and a half drive along the QEW and Hwy. 403 from Toronto and the Niagara region.
Six Nations is the most populous First Nation in Canada, with over 12,000 residents and over 26,000 members.
Six Nations Polytechnic
2160 Fourth Line
PO Box 700
Ohsweken, ON N0A 1M0
Six Nations of the Grand River
Situated on the picturesque Grand River, the city of Brantford is located in the heart of Southern Ontario, with direct access to Hwy. 403 and within close proximity to other major highways, rail lines and three major Canadian ports of entry (Windsor, Toronto and Niagara Falls). Brantford is about a one-hour drive along the QEW and Hwy. 403 from Toronto and the Niagara region. Similar travel times can be expected from both London and the Kitchener/ Waterloo area.
Known as the telephone city, Brantford is a vibrant community with a population of about 100,000 residents, making it an ideal location to live, work, play and visit.
The heritage surrounding Brantford is a community framework for archeologically buildings, landscapes, traditions and long-standing fairs and societies which all play an important role and contribution to the arts and culture present with Brant County.
411 Elgin St.
Brantford, ON N3S 7P5