First Nations University of Canada
Indigenous Business and Public Administration
The First Nations University of Canada is a First Nations owned post-secondary institution that aspires to have transformative impact by bridging our ceremonies, knowledge keepers, languages, and traditions with the delivery of high-quality education that will lead to the pride and success of all students, First Nations communities, and Canada. The institution first opened as the Saskatchewan Indian Federate College (SIFC) in 1976 with only nine programs. Today, FNUniv offers 15 academic programs through our federated agreement with the University of Regina, across our three campuses, located in Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert, along with community based and web-based programs.