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Nov 30 2017

Northwest Indian College’s student body is diverse, ranging from students straight our of high school, many attracted by our growing athletic program, to returning adult learners of all ages. Over 75 percent of our students come from a federally-recognized Indian tribe and our students represent over 90 different Tribal nations. The Northwest Indian College proudly serves over 1,200 students annually.

  • Faculty and Staff Resources
      • JICS Login
      • Canvas Login
      • Attendance Record
      • Assessment and Outcomes
      • Program Outcomes Assess login
      • Faculty Homepage
      • Human Resources
      • Phone Login
      • Staff Email
      • Website/Marketing Resources
      • Resources for faculty and staff at Northwest Indian College. Departments and programs at the college can be contacted using the College Directory

  • NWIC Sites
      • Muckleshoot Campus
      • Nisqually Campus
      • Nez Perce Campus
      • Port Gamble S Klallam Suquamish Campus
      • Swinomish Campus
      • Tulalip Campus
      • Northwest Indian College‘s main campus is located at the Lummi Nation. The College also has six full service extended campus sites located at Muckleshoot, Nez Perce, Nisqually, Port Gamble S’Klallam, Swinomish, and Tulalip. Please follow the links to the left to visit the website for each extended campus site.

  • Cooperative Extension
      • Meet the Cooperative Extension Team
      • Health and Well Being Through Fitness
      • Prosperity Through Financial Literacy
        • Financial Literacy
      • Traditional Plants and Foods
      • Northwest Indian College provides a sanctuary of learning that in many ways reflect the values of the communities in which they are in.

  • Institutional Research
      • Accreditation
      • Institutional research is an important way that Northwest Indian College fulfills its mission and strategic plan. Institutional research promotes institutional effectiveness through the use of planning, assessment, and feedback for continuous improvement.

    • Office of Institutional Research Sponsored Programs
      • Assessment, Institutional Research, Outcomes
        • Institutional Outcomes
        • Program Outcomes
        • Course Outcomes
          • Approved Course Outcomes
  • Lummi Library
  • I decided to continue my education to show my children, nieces, and nephew that if I can, so can they. I chose to attend NWIC because it is so close to home. I also chose to continue my education at NWIC because of the support from staff and instructors like Laurel Ballew and Michelle Wilson. I am inspired by all of the things I have learned while attending NWIC and am proud to be one of the first students to graduate from the Muckleshoot site with a BA in the TGBM program.

    Rosie Ulrich. Student

    NWIC gave me the opportunity to not only meet, but exceed, my goals in pursuing higher education.

    Jeff James Jr. 2012 Graduate

    I enjoy going to NWIC because of the support and opportunities that are available. For me, attending a tribal college was what was best for me. It has provided me with opportunities to network in the native community, and get the degree I want. Being part of a tribal college is important and beneficial because it allows natives, like myself, to be educated while embracing who we are as a native people.

    Aissa Yazzi. Student Board President in 2001, Miss AIHEC 2012, Graduate Program at University of Hawaii

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