Street Humanities

In partnership with the Association for Women and Community (AWAC), we offer Liberal Arts courses for marginalized men and women in the Prince George community.

You qualify if

  • You're a marginalized man or woman who has experienced exclusion, poverty, barriers to learning, homelessness, and/or unemployment.
  • You can read and write.
  • You have an interest in learning and challenging yourself in a new way.
  • You're able to commit to attending two evening classes each week for the academic year.

What's provided

  • Hot meals and bus passes to get to classes.
  • Tuition, books, and other materials.
  • Study and discussion groups.
  • Access to CNC Stress Buster days.
  • Support network for educational and emotional support.
  • Tours and orientation for a gradual integration into college life.

Some of the courses that may be offered

  • Anthropology
  • Biology
  • English
  • First Nations Studies
  • History
  • Visual Art
  • Psychology
  • Math
  • Business
  • Sociology

Download the application information and brochure

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