Northwest Indian College’s primary focus is on recruiting Native American and First Nations (Canadian) students but follows an “open door” admissions policy. Anyone who is 18 years of age or older and who has graduated from high school or completed a GED may enroll. Students who are between the ages of 16 and 18, who have completed a high school diploma or GED, must obtain permission from their school district before enrolling for college or high school level courses. Students 16 years of age and older are eligible to enroll in Continuing Education (CEU) courses. Students who are not prepared to begin college level courses are provided with a wide variety of developmental course work designed to enable them to prepare for more advanced study and to pursue programs suited to their interests and aptitude.
*Please note that all of the programs of study currently available at Northwest Indian College are listed on the Degrees and Certificates webpage.
*As of July 1, 2015, students are REQUIRED to submit a copy of a high school diploma or GED before their application is considered accepted.
If you have any questions please contact the Enrollment Office at 360-392-4245 or email@example.com.
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Ordering a transcript online is a more convenient option that ensures all information is entered correctly to prevent delays and includes status notifications. There is a $4.00 fee and a convenience fee of $2.25 per transaction (the $4.00 fee is waived one time for currently enrolled full-time students).
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Full-time currently enrolled students are eligible for one free official transcript per quarter, pending any holds. To receive a free transcript, students must submit the paper-based transcript request form.
Registration Form – for students who are enrolling in a course that is not available to be enrolled in JICS by an advisor/site manager
Add Drop Form – for students currently enrolled, who need to change his/her schedule after JICS is closed or who need instructor permission for late registration or pre-requisite waiver.
CEU Form – for Continuing Education Units, typically used for workshops & conferences
Students must complete a Credit or Continuing Education (CEU) enrollment form to be officially registered for courses during any given quarter. Registrations are accepted through the last day of the quarterly registration period. All financial obligations must be cleared before a student may register for a subsequent quarter. Program of Study students must consult with an advisor prior to registration.
|Late Registration Fee||$35/quarter||$35/quarter|
|Each Additional credit hour excess of 18 hrs|
Technology FeesCertain courses carry laboratory or material fees.