Concordia University is located on unceded Indigenous lands. The Kanien’kehá:ka Nation is recognized
as the custodians of Tiohtiá:ke/Montréal.
Concordia is a next-generation university, continually reimagining the future of higher education.
Located in the vibrant and multicultural city of Montreal, Concordia is the top-ranked university in
Canada founded within the last 50 years and annually registers some 51,250 students through its
innovative approach to experiential learning and cross-functional research.
Concordia offers a supportive community for First Nations, Inuit and Métis students, including dedicated
space and resources at the Otsenhákta Student Centre and scholarships at both the undergraduate and
graduate level. The Otsenhákta Student Centre (from the Kanien’kéha word meaning “near the fire”) is
on-campus resource for Indigenous students, and a warm and welcoming place to find community,
connection and support during your studies. We help students succeed and achieve their highest
academic potential by working with them to make the most of the many resources available at the
Guided by our Indigenous Directions Action Plan, the Concordia community is working to decolonize the
university, and build a more equitable and inclusive future where Indigenous peoples, knowledge,
research and scholarship are prioritized and celebrated. Learn more at concordia.ca/indigenous.