Distinct and Diverse Communities

Distinct and Diverse Communities

Anishinabek Educational Institute (affiliated with St. Clair College) Native Community Worker (Traditional Healing Methods) & Brock University Distinct and Diverse Communities (Aboriginal Stream):
 
  • Obtain a 4-year Honours Bachelor of Arts in Distinct and Diverse Communities or a 4-year with Major Bachelor of Arts in Distinct and Diverse Communities from Brock University and a Native Community Worker (Traditional Healing Methods) Diploma from the Anishinabek Educational Institute (affiliated with St. Clair College).
  • Students attend Brock University during years 1, 2 and 4 while year 3 is completed at the Anishinabek Educational Institute.
  • Brock students must have a minimum 70% major average and a cumulative 70% average at the end year 2 in the Distinct and Diverse Communities program to be eligible to proceed to the college.                                                                                                                                                       
Application Process:
  • OUAC 101 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca) current Ontario secondary school applicants
  • OUAC 105 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca) all other applicants entering Year 1 at Brock University
  • OUAC Code: BDC Distinct and Diverse Communities
  • Year Code: First Year
  • Application to the articulation program is made during the winter term of Year 1 of the Brock Distinct and Diverse Communities program. Meeting minimum program requirements does not guarantee admission

Contact information:
kvandorsser@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs

 

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Sault College Social Service Worker (Native Specialization) & Brock University Distinct and Diverse Communities (Aboriginal Stream):
 
  • Obtain a 4-year Honours Bachelor of Arts in Distinct and Diverse Communities or a 4-year with Major Bachelor of Arts in Distinct and Diverse Communities degree from Brock University and a Social Service Worker (Native Specialization) diploma from Sault College. 
  • Students attend Brock University for years 1, 2 and 4 while year 3 is completed at Sault College. 
  • Brock students must have a minimum 70% major average and a cumulative 70% average at the end of year 2 in the Distinct and Diverse Communities (Aboriginal Stream) program to be eligible to proceed to the college.
 
Application Process:
  • OUAC 101 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) current Ontario secondary school applicants
  • OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) all other applicants entering year 1 at Brock University
  • OUAC Code: BDC Distinct and Diverse Communities
  • Year Code: First Year
  • Application to the articulation program is made at the end of year 1 of the Brock Distinct and Diverse Communities (Aboriginal Stream) program. Meeting minimum program requirements does not guarantee admission.

 
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