Blackfeet Community College today has a student population of about 2,200 students. The Blackfeet Community College is a non-profit tribal college. They provide their students with opportunities to demonstrate their self-sufficiency in an environment that also uplifts their cultural heritage.
The White Earth Tribal and Community College is a school that fosters connection; one with their community, the world at large, and with their rich cultural history.
The motto of the United Tribes Technical College is “Leadership begins here,” where community leaders are fostered and service is emphasized. Currently, the university has about 500 students enrolled.
Turtle Mountain Community College was established in 1977, and today, serves around 650 students. The mission of the college is to promote autonomy and direct community action within their students and faculty.
Tohono O’odham Community College is a vocational two-year college aimed to serve the local community through hands on learning and training. The youngest of the tribal colleges, they share curriculum resources with Pima Community College in order to better prepare students for a global society.
Stone Child College was established in 1984, out of a direct need to preserve the cultural identify Chippewa Cree Tribe people through vocational and professional development. The college prepares its students for further education, and to become the community leaders of the future.
Students at Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute gain the skill sets and drive to become life-long learners.
Sitting Bull College is a tribal college established in 1973. The motto of the college is “Let us put our minds together and see what life we can make for our children.”
Sinte Gleska University is a tribal college established in 1971, with about 800 students enrolled today. Through partnerships with other tribal colleges, they are able to offer quality academic programs up to the graduate level.
Salish Kootenai College was established as an institution dedicated to serving Native American tribes throughout the United States. Today, about 800 students are enrolled, with almost 40% Confederated Salish & Kootenai represented within the student population. 69% are first generation students.