The Fall term will begin on time, with classes resuming on September 8, 2020. In planning our Fall semester,
Six Nations Polytechnic will continue to prioritize the health and well-being of our students and employees in planning the Fall term.
Understanding that this will be new for some, we are developing a range of supports to facilitate learning in all these environments.
All programs at our Six Nations Campus will be fully online, including:
- Bachelor of Arts in Ogwehoweh Languages
- University Consortium Year 1 Program
University Programming Updates:
- All Winter term post-secondary courses are on track to finish and will be delivered in alternative formats
- If you are having log-in difficulty with Brightspace, please email email@example.com
- The SNP 2020 Spring Convocation and Annual Celebration have been postponed until further notice
- Take care and stay connected! We have support resources posted at https://www.snpolytechnic.com/snp-community-student-support-resources
- Admissions and applications for Fall term programs are still active.
We continue to look at ways to support students with technical challenges to complete their studies. Students please maintain contact with your instructor, check your emails regularly, and visit the SNP website for on-going updates and resources https://www.snpolytechnic.com/COVID-19. You can also access student support services as listed below:
Six Nations Polytechnic Student Supports:
Six Nations Campus programs
Lee-ann Blackbird, Student Success Officer
Phone or text: 226-387-1737
General inquiries may also be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org
Good2Talk is a free, confidential support service for post-secondary students.
Professional counselling, information and referral telephone service is available by
Good2Talk will remain open and all students can contact us 24/7 throughout this time.
Free text-based support is also available at the Crisis Text Line powered by Kids Help Phone, which provides 24/7 support by
texting GOOD2TALKON to 686868.
Text services can be accessed from anywhere and can be useful to provide a quick response to students who may not have immediate access to a private phone conversation.
Six Nations Resources
Six Nations Health Services
General health information and resources, including public health updates with recommendations when considering travel.
Six Nations Family Health Team
519 445 4019
Gane Yohs Community Health Centre
Health centre focused on family and community health
1769 Chiefswood Rd, Ohsweken,
519 445 2251
Ganohkwasra Family Assault Support Services
24-hour crisis line
519 445 4324
Six Nations Mental Health & Addictions
Provides mental health and addiction services.
519 445 2143
Six Nations Mobile Crisis Services
Provides children and families with immediate crisis response services in their home, school or community.
519 445 2204
Six Nations Social Services
Walk-in crisis services
519 445 2071
Qualia Counselling (available in both Ohsweken and Brantford)
Qualia are professionally trained to offer supports for a wide range of mental health concerns and life stresses.
40 Cao Lane
For more information and updates:
· Ohsweken Public Health Office @ 519-445-2672
· Healthy6Nay Facebook Page
Six Nations Community Food Bank
The Six Nations Community Food Bank strives to meet the short-term need for food, and find long-term solutions to hunger within our community.
20 Cao Ln, Ohsweken - Note new location