Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) is governed by Saskatchewan's First Nation but also operates within the Saskatchewan provincial post-secondary system. SIIT was first established in 1976 as the Saskatchewan Indian Community College. In 1985, the operational name of the college was changed to the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies, as determined by the Legislative Assembly of the FSIN. Thus, SIIT became a First-Nation controlled post-secondary institute in Canada.
SIIT programs are integrated to combine traditional learning and hands-on training with a First Nations perspective. You'll also have access to life coaching, job coaching, student groups, tutors, counsellors, and an Elder.