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NorQuest offers hands-on, career-ready programs delivered by skilled instructors who bring a wealth of knowledge and industry experience into the classroom. We’re here to help you succeed in your studies and beyond, whether that’s in the workforce or your next stage of learning. At NorQuest, you will find a place of belonging and become part of a growing and diverse community.


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As your partner in learning, NorQuest provides you with a complete education that attempts to balance strong academic foundations with Indigenous culture.


We have an extensive network of services tailored to the needs of Indigenous learners, including an Indigenous student advisor, RBC Mentorship liaison, and Elders and knowledge keepers who are available for spiritual and cultural guidance.


As part of our commitment to Indigenous peoples, communities, and learners, NorQuest has developed initiatives to remove barriers to education.


Indigenous Admissions

NorQuest is actively holding space (i.e. a minimum number of seats set aside for Indigenous learners) in high-demand programs to address the underrepresentation of Indigenous peoples across professions and to advance the process of reconciliation. Also, this means greater opportunities for Indigenous peoples to participate in post-secondary, gain the education and training needed to live full and meaningful lives, and model the way for future generations of Indigenous learners.


Email indigenous@norquest.ca for more information.



Indigenous Student Services

Location:    Room 1-151
Singhmar Centre for Learning
Edmonton campus
Phone:    780.644.6772



Student Recruitment office
Phone:   780.644.5927
Online: Request information


International office
Phone:   +1.780.644.6128
Online: Ask us a question




Tuition Deposit Waiver for Indigenous Learners

Tuition deposits can create an unnecessary burden to Indigenous learners in achieving their educational goals. The lived – and shared – experience of some Indigenous learners may mean that some who apply and qualify for admission may not have the financial resources to immediately pay the deposit that will secure a seat in their program of choice.


The tuition deposit waiver for Indigenous learners is responsive to the needs of Indigenous applicants who seek access to post-secondary education but do not have the financial resources to do so. It enables Indigenous learners to waive the tuition deposit requirement and immediately secure a seat in their programs of choice. The waiver is available to any self-identified Indigenous learner who receives an offer of admission.


Email indigenous@norquest.ca for more information, or to begin the tuition waiver process if you’ve received an offer of admission.



Open Admissions Pathways for Business Legacy Access Bursary

Indigenous students interested in a business program but who may not meet existing admission requirements can earn entry into their program of choice through the Open Admissions Pathway for Business. This new pathway allows learners to start their studies, earn credits, and enter their program, as well as access the Indigenous Legacy Access Bursary, which covers all tuition and fees.



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