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Florida Memorial University

Established in 1879, Florida Memorial University has almost 2,000 students in attendance. It offers 41 undergraduate degree programs and 4 graduate degree programs through its eight academic divisions in six academic schools. Florida Memorial University aims to instill in students the values of leadership, character,

Delaware State University

Established on March 2, 1867, Howard University is categorized by the Carnegie Foundation as a research university with higher research activity. Howard University offers over 120 programs leading to undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees. The university prides itself in diversity among the 10,000 students in

Stone Child College

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.

Sitting Bull College

Sitting Bull College

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.”

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.

Oglala Lakota College

The origins of the Oglala Lakota College began in 1971, and continued to grow to better accommodate the needs of its community and student population. The college emphasizes strong personal growth as well as preservation of Lakota culture and identity.

Navajo Technical University

The Navajo Technical University serves students seeking a variety of levels of education or vocation. The school’s mission is to act as a catalyst for learning and community building for its students.

Little Big Horn College

Little Big Horn College sits on the banks of the Little Big Horn River, and is a tribal college established in 1980. Today, the college has around 300 students in attendance, with a focus on easy access to vocational and technical training.