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Summer 2022

100% Tuition Waiver for All Courses
Registration Opens May 16

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2022 NWIC Commencement
June 17 | 2:00 P.M.

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OUR MISSION

Through education, Northwest Indian College promotes Indigenous self-determination and knowledge.

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Welcome to Northwest Indian College. 
Building People, Building Nations.

Northwest Indian College’s student body is diverse, ranging from students straight out 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.

Educational Pathways

Explore our Academic Programs, Degrees, Certificates and Vocational Education programs.

NWIC Extended Campus Locations

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 use the location links to view details for each extended campus site.

Through education, Northwest Indian College promotes Indigenous self-determination and knowledge.

What Our Students Say

"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

"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
"I feel that being a student at NWIC has afforded me an opportunity to learn from and with like-minded students."– Ebony Neal

"As an adult, I transferred to Northwest Indian College to study about Indigenous cultures of the Pacific Northwest and more specifically about my community’s culture." …

“I feel that being a student at NWIC has afforded me an opportunity to learn from and with like-minded students.”
– Ebony Neal

Please Help Our Native Students Thrive

Our Foundation is dedicated to raising funds to help Northwest Indian College offer our native students more educational opportunities to thrive in a changing world. 

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