Indigenous Achievement Week

Indigenous Achievement Week at the University of Saskatchewan celebrates the successes and contributions of Métis, First Nations and Inuit students, staff and faculty. Events focus on achievements in academics, research, education, community engagement and leadership.

In 2018, the week began with a pipe ceremony and feast Monday, February 5 and finished with the ITEP Round Dance on Friday, February 9 in the Education Gymnasium. Throughout the week there were  artistic performances, speaker panels and lectures in various locations across campus.

One of the highlights of the week was  the Indigenous Student Achievement Awards Ceremony. This year, 44 indigenous students were honoured for their academic, leadership and community outreach accomplishments.

Please check back for details about the 2019 Indigenous Achievement Week.