Native American Universities and Colleges |

By Paul G on July 30, 2011
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Native American Universities and Colleges

For Native Americans across the country, there are many colleges and universities that are run specifically for providing Native American Indians great educational opportunities. is proud to offer an extensive list of all of the quality institutions of higher education for Native Americans right on our website.

After finding the right schools, Native American students can feel free to look up additional information on Native American scholarships, which is also available on our website. Just scroll down to take a look at the great opportunities that are available for Native Americans, both young and old, who want to pursue their higher education dreams.

4 7 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S
Consortium 121 Oronoco Street Alexandria VA
Route 1 Box 315A Brimley MI 49715
P. O. Box 819 Browning MT 59417
P. O. Box 269 Fort Totten ND 58335
P. O. Box 220 Eagle Butte SD 57625
P. O. Box 1179 Keshena WI 54135
State Route Hwy. 371 Crownpoint NM 87313
P. O. Box 409 Davis CA 95617-0409
P. O. Box 126 Tsaile AZ 86556-0067
P. O. Box 98 Lame Deer MT 59043
2101 14th Street Cloquet MN 55720
P. O. Box 159 Harlem MT 59526
P. O. Box 490 New Town ND 58763
P. O. Box 398 Poplar MT 59255
155 Indian Avenue Lawrence KS 66046
Box 20007 Sante Fe NM 87504
107 Bear Town Road Baraga MI 49908
Route 2 Box 2357 Hayward WI
Route 3 P. O. Box 100 Cass Lake MN 56633
P. O. Box 370 Crow Agency MT 59022
P. O. Box 270 Winnebago NE 68071
P. O. Box 428 Macy NE 68039
2522 Kwina Road Bellingham WA 98226
Box 490 Kyle SD 57752
P. O. Box 1258 Cardston Alberta T0K 0K0
52000 Highway 93 Box 117 Pablo MT 59855
P. O. Box 490 Rosebud SD 57570
Old Agency Box 689 Sisseton SD 57262
1341 92nd Street Fort Yates ND 58538
9169 Coors RoadN.W. PO Box 10146 Albuquerque NM 87184
Box 1082 Rural Route #1 Box Elder MT 59521



TOPICS: Native American Colleges

34 Responses to “Native American Universities and Colleges |”

  1. Suzan O'Connell says:

    You seem to have forgotten United Tribes Technical College located in Bismarck ND. UTTC is one of the oldest of the tribal colleges and has provided higher education opportunities to over 20,000 American Indian students from over 50 tribal nations over the past 43 years. It is owned and governed by the five federally recognized tribal nations sharing borders with the state of North Dakota. Perhaps a visit to the AIHEC web site would be helpful in updating your list which seems to be very dated.

  2. Ronald Clouse says:

    The American Indian College is located in Phoenix, AZ. We would like information on how we can register our college with your website.

  3. Anny Snowbird says:

    Keep me connected with powwows in Montana. Member NAJA

  4. Julie says:


    I work for the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College, and the address listed for us is incorrect. It should be:
    13466 W. Trepania Rd
    Hayward, WI 54843
    And our website is

    Thank you.

  5. thunderzfine says:

    Hi, I live in Savannah, Georgia. They have alot of universities, colleges, technical schools here. I want to know if there is a list for native schools out here. thank you,

    • Paul G says:

      The list on this page are the Colleges and Universities that have Native American programs that we know about. We are not aware of any in Georgia.

  6. Cindy says:

    Do any Native American colleges have on line classes?


  7. Cody McGeshick says:

    There is no mention of Bacone Christian College. The Oldest institution in Oklahoma (1883). Bacone was originally an all Indian college established by the Baptist church. Now open to all students. Bacone college still offers an AMERICAN INDIAN STUDENT OF PROMISE SCHOLARSHIP, 100% TUITION.

    2299 Old Bacone rd.
    muskogee,ok 74403

  8. Michiel van Hoorik says:

    The wolves are disappearing…

  9. Chris Jones says:

    Please add the University of North Carolina at Pembroke to your list.

  10. Yasmin says:

    Hi Paul,
    I’m an indigenous Australia – hoping to undertake post-grad studies in indigenous policy development – hoping to do an exchange in my 2nd year with a native American program specializing in native policy – can u provide any recommendations or contacts? Kind Regards, Yasmin

  11. simon says:

    Do any of these place have online degrees or courses. I am from the UK.

    • Tweed says:

      University of Toronto: Aboriginal Worldviews and Education
      by Jean-Paul Restoule (online course)

      Intended for both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal learners, this course will explore indigenous ways of knowing and how they can benefit all students. Topics include historical, social, and political issues in Aboriginal education; terminology; cultural, spiritual and philosophical themes in Aboriginal worldviews; and how Aboriginal worldviews can inform professional programs and practices, including but not limited to the field of education.

  12. Myron Standing Bear says:

    Do you have any listing for any Native Colleges, Universities, Trade Schools in California,other then D-Q.

  13. Faith Smith says:

    Are there any Native colleges that focus specifically on degrees in Native cultures and are not Christian based colleges? Also, do any of them offer online courses?

  14. Kevin Sark says:

    Are there any Universities that offer a Masters in Public Health? Thanks

  15. Leslie W. Peltier says:

    You’ve overlooked the Turtle Mountain Community College. TMCC was one of the first five tribally-controlled colleges founded in the U.S. Founded in 1972 by reservation-based tribal members with a vision of providing culturally-based higher education for tribal members. TMCC is also a member of the American Indian Higher Education Consortium. Check out the true American Indian colleges at the AIHEC webpage.

    Turtle Mt. Comm. College
    PO Box 340
    Belcourt, ND 58316

  16. Douglas Soller says:

    I am very interested in returning to college to complete my education. I did not take advantage of any Native American college funds or grants. I am requesting any help anyone may be able to help me with with grants and aid.

    Thank You for pointing me in the right direction.

  17. Dylan Solice says:

    Good Evening,

    I am a Graduate Student, looking for grants and scholarships to help pay some of my tuition. I am a Louisiana educator who is adding on additional certifications as well as pursuing a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership.

    Please help me to find grants or scholarships in which I may be eligible for.


    Dylan Solice

  18. Kevin Sedgwick says:

    I want to complete a PhD program in Cultural Anthropology/Archaeology. I am looking for an online program. My G.P.As have been 3.81/4.0 (Bachelors Degree) and 3.9/4.0 G.P.A(Masters Degree). I currently have disabilities that prevent me from attending classes. I have had Diabetes since I was three years old and now cannot walk anymore due to bad knees and hip problems.

  19. Marcella says:

    I work for Navajo Technical University, I wanted to let you know that it used to be Crownpoint Institute of Technology and also Navajo Technical College. Just recently the school have changed their name to Navajo Technical University and the web:
    The address is correct and the Ph# (505) 786-4100
    Thank you for the information you are posting, it is very helpful and entertaining. Have a wonderful day!

  20. monique says:

    Is there any information on colleges in California?

  21. Masheli says:

    While Fort Lewis College isn’t TECHNICALLY a Native American school, it does have a full tuition waiver for any student who can prove they are Native American (eg., tribal membership card or genealogy).

    The website is

    Admissions and advising is at 970-247-7184.

    FLC is located in Durango, Colorado, 81301.

  22. ATSEWA says:

    Are there any colleges in Illinois that have a Native American Education Program.

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