Welcome to Six Nations Polytechnic, a centre of excellence for Indigenous community-based learning. At Six Nations Polytechnic learners gain knowledge and skills needed to be self-sufficient, educated, and employable while learning about Haudenosaunee culture, languages and traditions. At Six Nations Polytechnic learners of diverse backgrounds experience an inclusive learning environment.

Getting to Six Nations Polytechnic
From August 15 - December 2016, the bridge on 4th Line Road between Chiefswood and Tuscarora will be closed. This may alter your route when getting to SNP. To access Six Nations Polytechnic please use Tuscarora Road to turn onto 4th Line as we are located to the east of the bridge (there is no access from Chiefswood Road during the bridge closure). For further or more detailed instructions please feel free to give us a call at 519-445-0023.

     

Programs

 

Indigenous Knowledge

 

Partners

 

Events

Six Nations Polytechnic (SNP) is committed to providing excellent learning experiences in culturally sensitive environments. By choosing to pursue your educational goals at SNP, you are joining hundreds of graduates who have found success in a diverse offering of university, college and continuing education programs.

 

On December 15, 2008, Six Nations Polytechnic held a ceremony to confer the title of Professor of Indigenous Knowledge on five wise and accomplished persons who had contributed to preserving, promoting and imparting the centuries-long knowledge developed and nurtured in our community.

 

With the contributions of Six Nations Polytechnic Board, staff, the Indigenous Knowledge Guardians, Associate Professors, and broad community support including the Charter by BCR in December 2009, we are well on the way to becoming a centre of excellence for Hodinohso:ni studies’ and research.

 

Nov. 2 & 3, 2016 - Be part of the discussion at the 4th annual Champions for Change conference.

SNP, a centre of excellence for indigenous post-secondary education, in partnership with ontario colleges and universities, presents strategies for the revitalization and restoration of indigenous knowledge and ways of living.

     
 

Programs

 

Indigenous Knowledge

Six Nations Polytechnic (SNP) is committed to providing excellent learning experiences in culturally sensitive environments. By choosing to pursue your educational goals at SNP, you are joining hundreds of graduates who have found success in a diverse offering of university, college and continuing education programs.

 

On December 15, 2008, Six Nations Polytechnic held a ceremony to confer the title of Professor of Indigenous Knowledge on five wise and accomplished persons who had contributed to preserving, promoting and imparting the centuries-long knowledge developed and nurtured in our community.

 
     
 

Partners

 

Events

With the contributions of Six Nations Polytechnic Board, staff, the Indigenous Knowledge Guardians, Associate Professors, and broad community support including the Charter by BCR in December 2009, we are well on the way to becoming a centre of excellence for Hodinohso:ni studies’ and research.

 

Nov. 2 & 3, 2016 - Be part of the discussion at the 4th annual Champions for Change conference.

SNP, a centre of excellence for indigenous post-secondary education, in partnership with ontario colleges and universities, presents strategies for the revitalization and restoration of indigenous knowledge and ways of living.