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Blue Quills First Nation Indian Reserve
Location of Blue Quills First Nation Indian Reserve Alberta
Blue Quills First Nation Indian Reserve is an Indian reserve in Alberta.
Blue Quills First Nations College 
Blue Quills First Nations College (BQFNC) is a First Nations owned and operated college. BQFNC is a member of the National Association of Indigenous Institutes of Higher Learning and the First Nation & Adult Higher Education Consortium, a non-profit organization in Western Canada, which coordinates the efforts of its members to provide quality adult and higher education, controlled entirely by people of the First Nations. The president of BQFNC is Vincent Steinhauer. BQFNC hosts an annual cultural camp in May.
The BQFNC mission is to "address the spiritual, emotional, physical and mental needs of the seven member First Nations through the delivery of quality education programs. The college is dedicated to increasing and accessing educational opportunities for students by empowering them to overcome barriers that restrict success in college and university settings. The college believes the maintenance and enhancement of culture contributes to positive self-esteem and, therefore, encourages participation in the learning environment."
BQFNC was the first indigenous controlled and operated post secondary educational institution in Canada. The brick school building was moved in 1931 to its present location on Blue Quills First Nation Indian Reserve and operated as a residential school until it was taken over by community members through peaceful protest and occupation in 1970. After negotiations with then Minister of Indian Affairs, Jean Chretien, the Blue Quills Education Centre was created and has since grown to become a full service post secondary institution with degree programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels.
Scholarships & Bursaries 
Blue Quills First Nations College scholarships for Aboriginal & First Nations students include: Theodore R. Campbell Scholarship.
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Coordinates: 53°59′56″N 111°23′06″W / 53.999°N 111.385°W