Student Amenities

While you’re here, we want Oshki-Wenjack to feel like your home away from home.


Our spacious kitchen provides a cheerful, clean  space for you to prepare meals while enjoying the company of other students and staff. A small lounge area allows you to relax while you watch all the cooks in the kitchen. We encourage to cook together to save money and eat healthy.

Seasonal Feasts

Held four times a year, our seasonal feasts are a great opportunity to come together and enjoy good food together.

Lunch and Learns

We provide one to two lunch-and-learns for our students for the two weeks they are on-campus. Lunch-and-learns are presentations on a particular subject such as Test Taking and Study Skills.

Student Lounge

We invite you to enjoy some relaxing times with friends in the Student Lounge. A television, fridge and phone are available for your use.

Migizi Culture Room

The Migizi Cultural Room is a culture room that is used by everyone here at Oshki-Wenjack. Our elder uses the room for weekly openings and closings. She also uses the space for student healing circles, cultural teachings, etc.

Student Lockers

Lockers are located across from the Niska Room. Students can obtain a locker through the Student Support Worker.  There are a limited number of lockers available and they are given out on a first come, first serve basis. Lockers are only available during your on-campus time.

Food and Dining

For information about where to find local restaurants and groceries, visit our Living in Thunder Bay page. You can also check the “where-to-dine-Thunder Bay” Facebook page.


Our Accredited Partners

Canadore CollegeSault CollegeConfederation CollegeAlgoma UniversityBrock UniversityNipissing University

Main Campus

Address: 106 Centennial Square,
Thunder Bay, Ontario, P7E 1H3

Toll Free: 1 (866) 63-OSHKI (67454)


Business Mailing Address

Address: 14-656 City Road,
Fort William First Nation, Ontario, P7J 1K3

Phone: (807) 626-1880


Oshki-Wenjack respectfully acknowledges its campus is located on the traditional lands of the Anishinaabe peoples of Fort William First Nation, Signatory to the Robinson Superior Treaty of 1850. We also recognize the contributions made to our community by the Métis people. © Copyright 2020 by Oshki-Pimache-O-Win. All Rights Reserved.
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