Tribal Colleges / Universities
Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU)
Federally funded 4-year university, enrolling an average of 900 students each semester from approximately 130 federally recognized Indian tribes, Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas, serves this nation's American Indian and Alaska Native tribes and nations as a baccalaureate-degree granting institution of higher education. Haskell’s fees presently total $215 per semester for on-campus students.
Southwest Indian Polytechnic Institute (SIPI)
Federally funded technical college, located in one of the nation's fastest growing high-tech and agricultural corridors, SIPI in Albuquerque, New Mexico, has more than 120 different Indian tribes represented in the student body. On average, more than 800 residential, commuter and distance-learning students are enrolled during the fall trimester. The two-year college has articulation and transfer agreements with the University of New Mexico, New Mexico State University and the New Mexico Highlands University. SIPI’s fees presently total $280 per semester for on-campus students.
The main campus is located at Tsaile, Arizona. The institution has expanded to eight community-based campuses throughout Arizona and New Mexico, offering associate degree programs, certificate program, and Pre-Engineering transfer program for students who plan to transfer to and major in Engineering at a four-year college or university.
Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA)
Located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, IAIA is a fully accredited college granting four-year bachelor's degrees as well as two-year associate degrees to multi-tribal students whose creative abilities are at the forefront of contemporary American Indian art.
Navajo Technical College
Formerly known as Crownpoint Institute of Technology, Navajo Technical College is a two-year tribal technical college located at Crownpoint, New Mexico. The Navajo Technical College prepares Navajo and other students with technical and vocational education, associate degrees, or community education in a higher learning setting. The college transitions students to 4-year schools and employees directly into the work force.
Northwest Indian College (NWIC)
More than half of NWIC 550 full-time student enrollments are members of federally recognized tribes throughout Washington, Oregon and Idaho. Located on the Lummi Indian Reservation in Washington State, NWIC offers a curriculum which blends traditional Indian culture, college-level courses, basic skills enhancement, and technology at the main campus and at 24 learning centers.
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