17 May 2018

TUITION-FREE SUMMER COURSES *selected classes

Information: Students must qualify for resident-rate tuition A resident student is someone who is an enrolled member of a federally recognized Tribe or Alaska Native Corporation, a biological child of an enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe. DOCUMENTATION must be provided to enroll as a resident student. Contact admissions (360-392-4269  admissions@nwic.edu) for specific instructions....
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14 May 2018

ELC Outdoor Learning Classroom Opening Celebration

A gathering for Northwest Indian College’s Restorative Teachings Early Childhood Education Initiative recently took place at the Early Learning Center on campus.  Joined by parents, aunties, uncles, grandparents, elders, close friends, and children, the community celebrated the completion of the ELC Outdoor Learning Classroom.   While listening to the Eagle Blessing Song, a song that...
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23 Apr 2018

Students of Color Conference| Radical Love: Activism Ignited

Select Northwest Indian College TRiO students travelled to Yakima, Washington for the 28th annual Students of Color Conference (SOCC).  Alicia Fulton, Marie Sanders, of Port Gamble S’Klallams campus; Alaina Butler, Raven Chafin, Sophia Jackson, Sara Lawrence, and Terry Williams of Lummi campus, were among the 900+ Washington state college students attending the conference. SOCC took...
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16 Apr 2018

Students, Staff, and Community Members Partake in Spring Quarter Music Kickoff

Northwest Indian College TRiO Student Terry Williams hosted “Finding Your Voice Through Music” on Monday, April 2nd.  Terry is an incoming Freshman who has a vision to impact the NWIC Lummi campus with music.  In January 2018, Williams was awarded The American Indian College Fund Lannan Scholar Project grant. The funds were used to purchase...
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2 Apr 2018

Finding Your Voice Through Music

Northwest Indian College student Terry Williams hosts "Finding Your Voice Through Music". Terry was recipient of the Lannan Scholar Project Grant through American Indian College Fund. His hope is for students and community members to find how music can be used as self-expression and a means of healing. Special guests Gyasi Ross and and Rodney Outlaw will be having presentations along with workshops for students interested in participating. This will be a dynamic way to jump into Spring Quarter. This event will be on April 2nd from 9am-3pm. FREE
27 Mar 2018

Finding Your Voice Through Music: First Day of Spring Quarter

On Monday, April 2nd at Northwest Indian College, student Terry Williams and Native Pride Music Club is hosting an event: “Finding your voice through music”.  Students and community members will be able to find a form of self-expression.  During this daylong event we will special guest speakers Gyasi Ross and Rodney Outlaw.  This is the...
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