Nikitawtegwasisim8wkaw8gan kwzilwiha ta wawina wlaki t8daka kd’agakimzibna ta k’wigibna, Aln8baaki.
Champlain-Lennoxville respectfully acknowledges that the beautiful land on which we study, live and learn, Nikitawtegwasis (Little Forks), is the ancestral and unceded territory of the W8banaki Nation (Abenaki), the Ndakina.
Champlain-Lennoxville reconnaît respectueusement que les terres sur lesquelles nous étudions, vivons et apprenons, Nikitawtegwasis (Little Forks), sont un territoire traditionnel et non cédé de la nation W8banaki (Abenaki), le Ndakina.
Champlain Lennoxville’s Indigenous Student Services’ approach is holistic, relationship-oriented, and is designed to connect Indigenous students with their peers and the larger College community.
Students receive personal and individualized support that fosters a sense of belonging and motivation to persist in their chosen field of study.
Support services and activities seek to ensure that Indigenous students experience a welcoming and inclusive community that champions academic success for all students.
The Champlain Lennoxville community would like to congratulate the 2019-2020 recipient of the Dr. Roberta Cameron Aboriginal Awards: Ocean Gallichon. This scholarship was presented by Heather Bowman, President of the Lampe Foundation. Congratulations!