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Tribes in North Dakota 

Tribal Colleges in North Dakota 

  • Cankdeska Cikana Community College, Fort Totten, serves approximately over 600 students.  CCCC offers 17 associate degrees and three certificate degree programs.    
  • Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish College (formally Fort Berthold Community College, New Town), offers 14 Certificate degrees, offers 23 Associate degrees and 1 Bachelor degree.  
  • Sitting Bull College, Fort Yatesserves about 700 students.  Degree programs include Bachelor of Science,  Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, and Associate of Applied Science, as well as certificate of completion 
  • Turtle Mountain Community College, Belcourtoffers 28 Associate Degrees, 3 Bachelor programs and 7 Certificate programs.     
  • United Tribes Technical College, Bismarckis a close-knit educational community serving about 1500 students from 75 different tribal nations. UTTC offers 22 associate’s degrees, three bachelor’s degrees, six online degree programs and two online certificates   

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Indigenous faculty and staff - A group made up of NDSU Indigenous faculty and staff members who meet monthly on campus.  Contact Jaclynn Davis Wallette at 701-231-7314 or jaclynn.wallette@ndsu.edu 

Listserv is NDSU-Indigenous-Affinity

Multicultural faculty and staff - Group forming. Contact our office, ndsu.multicultural@ndsu.edu 

Multi-ethnic graduate students - The Multi-Ethnic Graduate Students Affinity Group is a non-formal organization that meets once a month at NDSU.  It is a great place to meet other multi-ethnic graduate students, socialize and network. Contact our office, ndsu.multicultural@ndsu.edu  For more information, click here (information outdated – 2013) 

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