Six Nations Polytechnic

Address 1
P.O. Box 700, 2160 Fourth Line Ohsweken, ON NOA 1M0
Address 2
Other Campus: Six Nations Polytechnic 411 Elgin St Brantford, ON N3S 7P5
(519) 445-0023 ext 6226 OR 226-493-1245 ext 6226
(519) 445-4416
Year Founded
Degrees / Certificates / Licenses Offered
University Consortium Year 1 Program, Honours Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Arts in Ogwehoweh Languages and various college programs in Health, Community Services and Skilled Trades. Additional Qualification courses are also available.
Entrance Requirements
Grade 12, Mature Student
Tuition Fees
Check our website and program areas for fees
Language of Operation
English, Mohawk, Cayuga
Academic Year
September to April

Six Nations Polytechnic is a unique postsecondary organization, recognized by community, government, and institutions of higher learning, as a Centre of Excellence for Indigenous Knowledge. Established in Canada’s most populous First Nation there is no other place where you can invest your time to acquire skills that lead to employment as well as learn about the history, culture and philosophy of Indigenous peoples of the region. SNP offers the only Bachelor of Arts in Ogwehoweh Languages (Mohawk or Cayuga) in North America and pivoted expediently to virtual learning in the wake of the pandemic. SNP has also been a part of the task force leading the effort to bring internet coverage to the entire community whereby, increasing collective capacity in online learning for all. Six Nations Polytechnic is ahead of the curve developing innovation in learning. This past year SNP launched pilots with our partner institutions that recognized the trend toward micro-credentials; preparing our students for a fast-changing workplace where micro-credentials can more efficiently determine skills and competencies for hiring.