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Indigenous Engagement & Student Supports

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Services & Supports

MHC is committed to generating greater awareness of Indigenous culture at the college and in the community. Our gathering space welcomes, respects and supports the rich diversity of Indigenous learner and community.
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Funding Guide

There are many funding options available to support Indigenous students in their studies. Check out the financial awards available and learn about application criteria, deadlines and tips. 
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Indigenous Drumming Circle

College & Community Events

Engage in a variety of events hosted by MHC or in partnership with Indigenous leaders and community groups, including National Day for Truth & Reconciliation on Sept. 30

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Our Shared Journey

Medicine Hat College acknowledges and honours the traditional territories of the First Nation People of the Treaty 7, Treaty 4 and Métis people who share a deep history with this land. We recognize and honour the land, history, ways of being, and our relationship with First Nation, Métis, and Inuit people as we forge together towards a relationship of reconciliation, respect, understanding, and healing.

A Path Forward Through Reconciliation

National Day for Truth & Reconciliation
ReconciliACTION College and community members come together in a spirit of reconciliation.

Support & Resources