Looking to celebrate the hard work, dedication and achievements of our Indigenous students, Saskatchewan Polytechnic will be hosting honour ceremonies across the province. Sask Polytech has been hosting Indigenous honour ceremonies for approximately 25 years.
Tickets can be purchased at the Indigenous Students’ Centre in all campus cities.
|Moose Jaw campus||March 22, 2018
Macoun Lounge, Moose Jaw campus
|Prince Albert campus||March 8, 2018
Cafeteria, Prince Albert campus
|Regina campus||March 21, 2018
Cafeteria and auditorium, Regina campus
|Saskatoon campus||March 28, 2018
E.A. Davies Auditorium, 1030 Idylwyld Dr N
“Honour ceremonies give us the opportunity to celebrate the educational achievements of our Indigenous students,” says Jason Seright, director, Indigenous Strategy. “We’re proud of what they’ve accomplished and we want to show our support in a culturally appropriate way.”
Each ceremony welcomes all Indigenous students and their families and friends as well as Elders and other members from the student's home communities. Those attending will have dinner as well as an opportunity to hear success stories from current students and a performance of an honour song.
More than 19 per cent of the student population identifies as Indigenous. The Indigenous Student Success Strategy helps remove barriers to success for Indigenous students and enhance their experience by incorporating Indigenous ways of thinking and learning into the everyday culture of Sask Polytech.