The First Nations House of Learning (FNHL) is based in the First Nations Longhouse on the UBC Vancouver Campus. Its mandate is to make the University’s vast resources more accessible to Indigenous people and to improve its ability to meet their needs. It does this by organizing and maintaining Longhouse student services and spaces; overseeing public and academic programming at the Longhouse; leading and supporting strategic planning and communications on UBC Indigenous initiatives, and by providing a point of contact for Indigenous communities. It also engages with the public, media, and UBC personnel on a host of Indigenous-related matters.
Located in the First Nations Longhouse and reporting to the VP Academic and Provost, the First Nations House of Learning (FNHL) is a lead unit in the development and implementation of the ISP. FNHL also plays a vital role in developing opportunities in other areas across the university to work effectively with Indigenous students, communities and organizations.
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