Spring into Transition

Spring into Transition is a one-week program for Grade 11 and 12 Aboriginal students to experience life as a university student, meet new friends, learn new skills and take a university course – all for free!

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Are you a Grade 11 or 12 Aboriginal student? Are you planning to continue your education after high school? Would you like to experience university life for a week? Join us at the UNBC Northwest campus in Terrace and we will help you “Spring into Transition”! You will take a one-week university course where you will learn what it means to be a university student.

Tuition, fees, meals, and transportation are free for students who qualify. Accommodations not included.


Date: March 12 - 16, 2018


Get your students engaged!

Do you know an Aboriginal student in Grade 11 or 12? It is time for them to start thinking about what to do after high school!
UNBC’s Spring Into Transition program gives students an opportunity visit our Terrace campus and experience what UNBC has to offer! Students will join us for one week (five days) where they will take one course with us worth three credits for when they begin their post-secondary education. Tuition, food, supplies, and activities are included. Transportation will be reimbursed.


Program Highlights

  • Free Course – ARTS 101
  • Cultural Activities
  • Career Advice/Guidance
  • Study Skills
  • Learn more about UNBC
  • Study Skills
  • Meet Professors

A fun-filled week with a focus on learning

Most of the week will be taken up with a UNBC course: ARTS 101: Learning Strategies. This course will help students identify their strengths as learners, master new learning strategies, identify career goals that suit their skill sets, and generally make a successful transition to university, all from an Aboriginal perspective! This course will include a mixture of in-class work, learning from Elders and other guest speakers, and experiential learning (field trips).


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Contact Information

Shannon MacKay