As an Ontario-accredited Anishinabek post-secondary place of learning, Kenjgewin Teg supports its member First Nations by delivering quality, comprehensive education services and programs, by promoting professional development, and by fostering understanding through cultural exchange.

Recognition of the history and ongoing relationship between Canada and Indigenous Nations, its impact on lifelong learning education outcomes, Anishinabek ways of life, and the significance of the Ojibwe language collectively represent Kenjgewin Teg’s way forward and its commitment to learners.

Kenjgewin Teg is an incorporated non-profit organization in Ontario with formal membership of six First Nation communities: Aundeck Omni Kaning (formerly known as Ojibways of Sucker Creek), M’Chigeeng First Nation (formerly known as West Bay First Nation), Sagamok Anishnawbek, Sheguiandah First Nation, Sheshegwaning First Nation, Whitefish River First Nation, and Zhiibaahaasing First Nation.

Kenjgewin Teg Academic Support
The goal is to provide an experience for students that goes beyond their chosen field of study, with opportunities to create balance in their lives through self-discovery and self-care.

Kenjgewin Teg Bursaries & Awards
Post-secondary students are eligible to apply to Kenjgewin Teg’s affiliated partner college and university bursaries and awards. Two students also receive Rose Nolan Memorial Scholarships annually from Indspire.

Kenjgewin Teg Continuing Education
As an accredited Additional Qualifications (AQ) provider through the Ontario College of Teachers, Kenjgewin Teg offers AQ courses that are designed for certified teachers and that focus on the Ontario education curriculum.

Kenjgewin Teg Financial Support
You may be eligible for tuition and other financial support based on your community’s education and post-secondary program policy and eligibility requirements.