NWIC 2016 Community Needs Survey

Northwest Indian College (NWIC) is beginning the process of developing our next 7-year strategic plan (2018-2025) and we are seeking input from members of Tribal communities, students and staff to help NWIC plan for the future.  Guided by our mission statement: Through education, Northwest Indian College promotes  Indigenous self-determination and knowledge, the purpose of the community needs survey is to identify the most important needs in the Tribal communities we serve.  The results of the survey will inform the planning of the new 7-year plan, help NWIC continue to develop and strengthen programs and services, and determine resource allocation necessary to achieve our strategic plan and fulfill our mission. Please complete the survey by July 1, 2016.

Click here to Complete the Survey Online
Click here to download a Printed Version of Survey

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