Welcome to the Rawlco Resource Center of Aboriginal Initiatives
The Edwards School of Business is the leader in business schools providing dedicated support and services for Aboriginal business students. Edwards offers an Aboriginal Business Administration Certificate (ABAC) a two-year program for self-identified First Nation and Metis students and a Bachelor of Commerce four year degree program. Edwards provides course content that reflects the contribution of Aboriginal peoples in economic and community.
We support the success of our students through dedicated services like the Rawlco Resource Centre - a student space for studying, research resources, computer, telephone and lounge area as well as bursary and tutor assistance. Other services include access to Elder's services, cultural ceremonies, peer mentors and professional development opportunities.
The Aboriginal Business Students Society engages students and the business community to build bridge to improve the economic contributions of Aboriginal people and provides social opportunities to gather with your peers.
With over 1700 Aboriginal students on the University of Saskatchewan campus and a location that puts you on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River, Saskatoon is the province's largest and most vibrant city with a growing Aboriginal population. Saskatoon is home to Aboriginal government offices, an urban reserve, Aboriginal economic development and a lively Aboriginal arts community.
Let us be a part of your success and prepare you for your future.