American Indian Institute: The University of Oklahoma College of Continuing Education
The American Indian Institute was established at the University of Oklahoma in 1951 as a non-profit Indian service, training, and research organization. The Institute is a department within Continuing Education Community Programs, a division within the College of Continuing Education.
Chief Dull Knife College
Open-admission, community based, comprehensive, tribally controlled community college and land grant institution designed to provide affordable, quality educational opportunities to residents of the Northern Cheyenne reservation and surrounding communities.
College of the Menominee Nation
Provides educational opportunities in post-secondary education to Menominee and surrounding residents.
College of the Muscogee Nation
Offers degree programs in tribal culture, language, and history. Site feature information on admissions, academics, and student financial aid.
Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College
Mission is to provide higher education opportunities for its communities in a welcoming, culturally diverse environment.
Fort Peck Community College
Public, tribally-controlled community college chartered by the governments of the Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes.
Haskell Indian Nations University
Institute for American Indian Arts
Fine arts college dedicated to the study and practice of the culture of American Indians and Alaska native peoples.
Little Big Horn College
Located in Crow Agency, the capital of the Crow Indian Reservation.
Nebraska Indian Community College
Serving the Omaha and Santee Sioux at campuses in Nebraska and Iowa.
Oglala Lakota College
Provides educational opportunities that enhance Lakota life, including community services, certificates, GED, and associate, bachelor, and graduate degrees.
Salish Kootenai College
Fosters curricula and vocational certification, as well as associates and bachelors degree programs, that meet the unique needs of the Native American population.
Sinte Gleska University
Sinte Gleska College was granted a charter by the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in 1971. In February, 1992, Sinte Gleska College officially, through a special Lakota Ceremony became Sinte Gleska University. Continued accreditation by the North Central Association was granted in 1992.
Sisseton Wahpeton Community College
SWCC was chartered by the Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux Tribe in 1979 and provides Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees in selected fields of study. SWCC is a member of the American Indian Higher Education Consortium and is accredited by the North Central Association of Schools and Colleges. Website includes history of tribe & virtual library.
Turtle Mountain Community College
Autonomous Indian controlled college on the Turtle Mountain Chippewa Reservation focusing on general studies, undergraduate education, vocational education, direct scholarly research, and continuous improvement of student learning.
United Tribes Technical College
Committed to providing individuals and families with vocational-technical and educational services that perpetuate the success of all people.