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

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