Nez Perce Campus

Northwest Indian College is an important part of the Nez Perce community. The College offers a variety of educational programs to meet academic, vocational and cultural needs. The NWIC Extended Campus brings those programs conveniently into the community.

At NWIC-Nez Perce, students are encouraged to develop themselves and discover ways to contribute to their communities and families. They learn ways to understand and support the goals of the Nez Perce tribe, especially in the areas of self-governance, as well as social and economic well-being.

Degree Programs Offered at Nez Perce:

Bachelor of Arts in Tribal Governance & Business Management

Bachelor of Arts in Native Studies Leadership

Bachelor of Science in Native Environmental Science

Associate of Arts in General Direct Transfer

Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Education

Indigenous Speaker Series

The Indigenous Speaker Series features dialogues about Indigenous people’s cultural and traditional lived experiences.  In partnership, Ciarra Greene, MS (Native Environmental Science Faculty at NWIC – Nez Perce Site) and the Michelle Montgomery, PhD (Associate Professor of American Indian & Ethnic, Gender & Labor Studies at University of Washington – Tacoma) collaborated to expand Michelle’s existing initiative Indigenous Knowledge and Community Conversations. 

VISIT THE INDIGENOUS SPEAKER SERIES PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION 

Contact

Angela Picard, Nez Perce Site Manager

Mailing address:

PO BOX 365 
Lapwai, Idaho. 83540

Physical address: 

302 A Street, Lapwai, ID 

(208) 621-4605
(208) 843-7366 FAX

Office Location: Lapwai Site

Email: apicard1@nwic.edu or
Angelap@nezperce.org

Maggie Picard, Science Faculty, Nez Perce

Lapwai Site

(208)-621-4646

Email: mpicard@nwic.edu

Ciarra Greene, MS, Science Faculty, Nez Perce Site

Lapwai Site

(208) 621-4685

Email: csgreene@nwic.edu

 

Nez Perce CAMPUS ANNOUNCEMENTS AND NEWS

Indigenous Peoples’ Day 2020

Posted on12 Oct 2020
Indigenous Peoples’ Day honors our Peoples, Nations, Relations, Places, Love, Languages, Landscapes, and Seascapes… through action and commemoration of our shared histories and living cultures,...
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Registration for Fall

Posted on29 Jul 2020
Information:  For class selections, please see our class schedule. For any other questions or information, please contact admissions at: Admissions phone: 360-392-4269 Email: admissions@nwic.edu Full academic calendar available here Fall...
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Registration for Summer and Fall

Posted on15 Jun 2020
Information:  For class selections, please see our class schedule. For any other questions or information, please contact admissions at: Admissions phone: 360-392-4269 Email: admissions@nwic.edu Full academic calendar available here Summer...
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