Are you a student leader interested in advocacy on the NWIC Campus? Join the Associated Students of the Northwest Indian College Student Executive Board (ASNWIC SEB). To learn more about officer roles and the application process, please find additional information in our Constitution, Bylaws and the Officer Application below.
The Associated Students of the Northwest Indian College (ASNWIC) have the opportunity to form student clubs, organizations, or interest groups. All clubs and organizations must be open to all students without regard to race, color, gender, age, religion, political affiliation, ancestry, marital status, and physical or mental handicap.
All campus clubs and organizations must be officially recognized by the Executive Board of the ASNWIC. Requirements for recognition shall be included in the bylaws of the ASNWIC and in the Student Clubs & Organizations Handbook.
Each recognized student club or organization is eligible to request annual monetary support by submitting a budget request to the NWIC Vice President for Finance. Groups may request monetary support for a specific project or program by submitting a funding request to the NWIC Vice President for Finance. Clubs & Orgs. processes are detailed in the following forms:
The American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) is the collective spirit and unifying voice of our nation’s 37 Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs)—a unique community of tribally and federally chartered institutions working to strengthen tribal nations and make a lasting difference in the lives of American Indians and Alaska Natives.
Students will engage in competitions designed to foster strong academic achievements in STEM, history, literature, and the arts. This event brings together future leaders of Indian Country and serves as a national gathering and training ground for native youth.
Northwest Indian College was represented in 14 competitions. These were the Archery, Art Exhibit, Business Bowl, Chess, Critical Inquiry, Hand Games, One-Act-Play, Poetry Slam, Science Bowl, Scientific Oral Presentation, Scientific Poster Presentation, Persuasive Speech, Informative Speech, and Traditional Plants and Herbs competitions. Student participants were Tia Allen, Talon Arbuckle, Donna Azure, Yakaiyastai Gorman, Estabon Hayes, Autumn Heaton, Natalya Johnson, Avery Jones, Mikale Milne, Sam Obrovac, Kyle Pittman, Noel Purser, Colton Romannose, Marlene Umtuch and Jewell Jefferson.
If you are an enrolled NWIC student, and have developed skills and interest in any AIHEC competition area (listed on application), please apply! Next year’s AIHEC Student Conference will be held in Bismarck North Dakota, March 10-15, 2018.