At Carleton University's Sprott School of Business, we acknowledge the Algonquin nation on whose traditional, unceded territory we learn, teach, research and share our ways of knowing and being.
Guided by our values of compassion, imagination and purpose, we embrace collaboration in harnessing the opportunities of business to create an inclusive and sustainable future.
Following an extensive consultation, Carleton University released its report, KINÀMÀGAWIN: Learning Together, in May 2020. The report includes 41 Carleton-specific Calls to Action towards reconciliation. Learn more about KINÀMÀGAWIN and our progress.
To help with the financial costs of your education, there are a number of scholarships and bursaries available to Indigenous students at the Sprott School of Business.
The Humphrey Law Bursary for Indigenous Students in Business is awarded annually to an Indigenous student in demonstrated financial need who is entering any program of study within the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University. This bursary is intended to cover the cost of tuition and fees for first year. Application is required.
Valued at $2,500, the T.E. Wealth Indigenous Scholarship in Finance is awarded annually on the recommendation of the Dean of the Sprott School of Business to an outstanding Indigenous student proceeding from one year to another in any program within the Sprott School of Business. Preference will be for students in the Finance concentration. Application is required.
The Ojigkwanong Indigenous Student Centre at Carleton University is a place where First Nation, Métis and Inuit students can study, socialize, and participate in academic and cultural programming. It features a medicine lodge, kitchenette, lounge, study space, computer lab and telephone booth.
The Centre for Indigenous Support and Community Engagement supports students, staff and faculty at Carleton by providing culturally safe spaces for dialogue and learning.
The Sprott Indigenous Student Club is a student-led initiative to provide social and professional development opportunities for Indigenous students in the Sprott School of Business.
The Sprott School of Business and Indigenous Works are working in partnership to co-create knowledge and learning opportunities that embrace Two-Eyed Seeing as a framework. Sprott is a founding academic partner on Luminary - a multi-year initiative to co-create and co-design an Indigenous innovation strategy that will lead to economic transformation, employment and well-being for Indigenous peoples across Canada. Read more about this partnership.
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