Aaniiih Nakoda College (Ft. Belknap)
Highway 2 and Highway 66, Harlem, MT 59526
Aaniiih Nakoda College (ANC) is a tribal community college providing higher education to tribal members and non-tribal members. ANC was established by the Gros Ventre and Assiniboine tribes to provide quality post-secondary education for residents of the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation and surrounding communities. The college changed its name to ANC in 2011 and aims to maintain the cultural integrity of the Gros Ventre and Assiniboine Tribes and to help students succeed in a technological society. ANC incorporates native culture throughout the curriculum, including staff and student activities. The College promotes academic achievement as well as self-esteem and cultural identity.
ANC offers a bachelor’s degree program, associate degrees and certificate programs. A bachelor’s degree is offered in environmental science. Associate degree programs include education, environmental science, business, American Indian studies, allied health, and psychology. Certificate programs include subjects such as nurse’s aide, emergency medical technician, health science, phlebotomy technician, and HAZMAT response. ANC also offers certificate programs in health science, tribal management and welding. ANC also offers a language immersion school.
Aaniiih Nakoda College provides many services to its students to help them succeed in the classroom and in the future. These services include student clubs/organizations ( Archery club, Computer club and Red Lodge society), success center and financial aid. Student tutoring, a public radio station broadcasting local and national programming, and a state-of-the-art computer and information technology system are also offered.
Blackfeet Community College
504 SE Boundary St, Browning, MT 5941733
Blackfeet Community College (BCC) has developed objectives and purposes based on the goals of the Blackfeet Tribe, as set forth in the Blackfeet Community College Tribal Charter. It is the vision of Blackfeet Community College to strengthen and enrich our community through quality education integrating the Nii-tsi-ta-pi world of knowledge.
Blackfeet Community College (BCC) serves the Blackfeet Indian Reservation and the surrounding 3,000 square miles, promoting and advancing Blackfeet values through high quality, accessible academic and vocational education programs and services.
Blackfeet Community College offers degrees in Business and Information Technology, Education and Health, Humanities, Human Services, Math and Science and Nursing. One Year Certificate programs include Agri-Business One-Year Certificate, Behavioral Health Aid One-Year Certificate, Building Trades, and more.
Distance Ed: The college also offers hybrid online courses.
Blackfeet Community College offers a fitness facility, childcare services, a library, multi-purpose facility, and an advising center. Additional services include an online bookstore, writing center, public transportation, financial aid, and a native science field center.
Chief Dull Knife College
One College Drive, Lame Deer, MT 59043
Chief Dull Knife College (CDKC) is a community based, land grant, and tribally-controlled community college established to provide quality Northern Cheyenne culturally influenced educational opportunities and life-long learning opportunities to the Northern Cheyenne reservation and surrounding communities.
CDKC offers associate degrees and certificate programs. Degree subjects include communications arts, history and political science, social sciences and human behavior, computer science, mathematics, business management, paralegal studies, and Cheyenne studies. Certificate programs include legal advocacy and office assistant. The college also leads tribal language preservation efforts in course enrollment, teacher training, and language certification.
CDKC offers several student activities including clubs, organizations, and student government. Services for students include transition counseling, mental health counseling, bookstore, housing, college computer labs, health services, food services and an early childhood learning center. Students also have the option to use distance learning. Activities include intramural sports, college dances, game nights, seasonal events, and an active Indian Club.
Fort Peck Community College
PO Box 398, Poplar, MT 59255
Fort Peck Community College (FPCC) is a tribally-controlled community college chartered by the Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes. Located on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in northeast Montana, Fort Peck Community College (FPCC) promotes the preservation of Indian culture, history, and beliefs, while preparing students for employment opportunities. The college serves the Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux people of the Fort Peck Reservation and communities of northeastern Montana.
Fort Peck Community College offers three associate degree programs across two campuses. Poplar is the main campus, and 22 miles to the west is the Wolf Point campus, which includes the new FPCC Wolf Point College Center. Associate degrees include business administration, education, Native American studies, psychology, human services, biomedical science, building trades, business technology, computer technology, and early childhood education. The Associate of Arts (AA) degree and Associate of Science (AS) degree can be awarded as terminal degrees or as degrees that include courses for transfer to four-year institutions. FPCC also offers certificates in accounting technician, building trades, desktop support assistant, graphic web design, automotive technology, diesel technology, information technology, paralegal studies, media technology, heavy equipment operator, truck driving, welding, accounting technician, business assistant and cultural arts.
FPCC offers a variety services for their students. These services include advising, athletics, bookstore, clubs, financial aid, counseling, student and family activities, leadership opportunities, mentoring programs, and student housing are available.
Little Big Horn College
8645 South Weaver Drive, Crow Agency, MT 59022
Little Big Horn College (LBHC) is a tribal college with a curriculum reflecting Crow scholarship, knowledge, and values. The college is located on a modern campus serving the Crow Nation and surrounding communities. Little Big Horn College offers programs in areas that reflect the developing economic opportunities and social needs of the Crow Indian Reservation and surrounding communities, with instruction by traditional and distance education methods.
Little Big Horn College offers associate degree and certificate programs. Associate degree programs are offered in indigenous leadership, Crow studies, early childhood and elementary education, human services, mathematics, agricultural livestock management, rangeland ecology and management, community health, pre-nursing, information technology, and more. Certificate programs include accounting, information technology, office assistant, and tribal management. The college participates in the Transfer Initiative created by Montana’s state legislature to facilitate transfer of credits between Montana’s post-secondary institutions.
A modern campus includes a library and health and wellness center. LBHC offers clubs and women’s and men’s basketball teams.
Salish Kootenai College
PO Box 70 58138 US Highway 93, Pablo, MT 59855
Salish Kootenai College aspires to be the pre-eminent educational center of excellence for American Indian Students, grounded in the cultures of the Séliš, Ksanka and QÍispé people of the Flathead Nation. The college will empower students to improve the lives of their families and communities through research, leadership and service.
Located in the Flathead Indian Reservation in western Montana, Salish Kootenai College (SKC) provides quality post-secondary educational opportunities and perpetuates the cultures of the Confederated Tribes of the Flathead Nation.
SKC offers 16 bachelor’s degrees, 23 Associate Degrees and 6 Certificates of completion. Bachelor’s degrees include psychology, early childhood education, elementary education, nursing, social work, computer engineering, and life sciences. Associate degree programs include majors in tribal historic preservation, business management, psychology, education, and chemical dependency counseling. Certificate programs include dental assisting technology, highway construction, office professions, and geospatial science.
SKC offers student clubs, activities, on campus bookstore, bus services, athletics, on campus housing and a center for prevention and wellness.
Stone Child College
8294 Upper Box Elder Rd, Box Elder, MT 59521
Stone Child College (SCC) is a tribally-chartered college established to deliver post-secondary educational opportunities through degrees, certificates, and continuing education. SCC stresses the importance of preserving the Chippewa Cree language, culture and history. SCC will promote transfer students, professionally prepared, and career-ready individuals.
Located on the Rocky Boy Indian reservation in rural, eastern Montana, SCC’s guiding principles include assisting tribal organizations, and maintaining a student-centered, life-long learning oriented environment.
Stone Child College offers a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education. Associate degrees in Early Childhood Education, Health & Physical Education, Health Promotion, Liberal Arts, Math, Native American Studies, Natural Resources-Geospatial Technology Concentration, Natural Resources-Water Quality Concentration, Studio Art, Human Services, Addiction Studies, Rural Behavioral Health, Associate of Science, Applied Science, Allied Health, General Science, Business, General Business, Hospitality, Office Administration and Information Systems.
SCC also offers certificate programs in Accounting/Information Management, Building Trades, Hospitality/Customer relations, Pre-Engineering, Pre-nursing and Rural Health.
SCC offers an athletics program, wellness center, and student groups including SCC Student Government, SCC AIBL Student Club and Native American Student Association. The campus also has a on campus daycare, student Athletics, a student bookstore, a student library and room rental options.