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Resources for OISE Students


OISE strives to foster a supportive learning community for both its Aboriginal students and its non-Aboriginal students interested in learning more about Aboriginal peoples and communities. Students may wish to take courses in Aboriginal Education or find a community to become involved in within OISE and the University of Toronto. For Aboriginal students, there are also specific bursaries and awards available to them. 



OISE and the University of Toronto offer unique opportunities to study a broad range of topics in Aboriginal Studies. Click on the list of available courses below to explore your options!

Courses in Aboriginal Education


Catalogues and Databases

Indigenous Studies Portal

UTL has added the Indigenous Studies Portal (iPortal) to the University of Toronto (UTL) catalogue, and configured it to work with our proxy so that users can access our licensed resources. This is a useful Indigenous Studies database edited at the University of Saskatchewan, with strong Canadian content. 


Student Communities

Looking to connect with Aboriginal students, and others interested in Aboriginal cultures? There is a growing community of Aboriginal students and allies at OISE, which is served by a strong network of student groups. Find out more about them below.  

Find out more about the Aboriginal community at OISE.


Finances and Awards

Aboriginal students have unique opportunities for financial awards and bursaries available to them. Click on this link to explore!


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