Skip links

Dodge City Community College

Dodge City Community College began in 1935 during the challenges of the Great Depression, focused on providing opportunities for higher education at an affordable price in an accessible location. It was, and still is, “the people’s college … available to all.” Today, DC3 is a

Western New Mexico University

More than 3,500 of Western New Mexico State University students attend our campuses. 50% of our undergrads are Hispanic, and we are designated as an Hispanic Serving Institution. Classes have 18 students each, on average.  WNMU offers more than 70 fields of study, from accounting

New Mexico Highlands University

New Mexico Highlands University is a public university providing the opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to attain a quality education. Creativity, critical thinking, and research is taught to be a lifelong endeavor.

Humboldt State University

Humboldt State University is a Hispanic Serving Institution established in 1913 with about 7,000 students enrolled today. They are a hands on research university that prides itself on their commitment to community service and environmental stewardship.

Alabama A&M University

Established in 1875, Alabama A&M educates over 6000 students, offering 41 bachelor’s degrees. The university aims to be community-focused, and helps their students learn and grow in a friendly, wholesome environment. The university prides itself in its excellence and diversity.

Salish Kootenai College

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.

Leech Lake Tribal College

Leech Lake Tribal College is a two year tribal college established in 1990. The college has about 200 students today with approximately 5% students that are non-tribal