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Mount Royal University

"From the time of our first campus — affectionately known as “the barn” — to today's high-tech university grounds, environmentally-friendly buildings and diverse educational offerings, Mount Royal has continually embraced change to meet the needs of the people and community it serves.

Our facilities and programs have expanded greatly since our 1910 founding, but our purpose remains the same — to provide personalized learning that fosters the success and satisfaction of our students."

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Navajo Technical University

Navajo Technical University's mission is to provide university readiness programs, certificates, associate, baccalaureate, and graduate degrees. Students, faculty, and staff will provide value to the Diné community through research, community engagement, service learning, and activities designed to foster cultural and environmental preservation and sustainable economic development. 

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Nebraska Indian Community College

Nebraska Indian Community College is envisioned as a comprehensive Tribal College which values service through high quality education. The college is distinctive in serving the diverse people of the Umonhon (Omaha) and Isanti (Santee Dakota) Nations. It features an enriched living and learning environment and year-round operation. The identity of the college is framed by a substantive commitment to multicultural learning.

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New Mexico State University

New Mexico State University sits on a 900-acre campus and enrolls more than 15,000 students from 49 states and 89 foreign countries. NMSU is a NASA Space Grant College and is home to the very first Honors College in New Mexico. A Hispanic-serving institution, NMSU serves a multi-cultural population of students and community members across the state at five campuses, a satellite learning center in Albuquerque, cooperative extension offices located in each of New Mexico's 33 counties, and 12 agriculture research and science centers.

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New Mexico State University: American Indian Program

The American Indian Program (AIP) offers services that help American Indian students succeed and achieve their post-secondary goals. We are committed to supporting students on both a personal and an academic level. The AIP nurtures student success by connecting students to on-campus resources and support services, which help students acclimate to NMSU’s diverse campus.

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Nipissing University

While the roots of Nipissing University extend back to the 1900's with the North Bay Normal School, Nipissing University College was formed in 1967 as an affiliate of Laurentian University. Nipissing University received its charter as an independent University in 1992. Today, Nipissing is proud to be a primarily undergraduate university with a reputation for excellence in teacher education, arts, science and professional programs.

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Nipissing University - The Office of Indigenous Initiatives

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  • ​Indigenous Student Success – academic, personal and cultural supports
  • Wiidooktaadwin lndigenous Mentorship Initiatives
  • Debwendizon: Indigenous Youth Education Gathering
  • Indigenous Week
  • Annual Welcome Powwow
  • Enji Giigdoyang Speaker Series​
  • Enji Giigdoyang Student Lounge
  • Sacred Space and Elder-in-Residence program​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish College

The Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish College will provide Quality Cultural, Academic, and Vocational Education and Services for the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation. Our vision is Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara, a dynamic presence that preserves our past and prepares us for the future. Our values are illustrated through the earth lodge,which is the common home to the Nueta, Hidatsa, and Sahnish peple. Unity, beig the key valye, is located in the center (fire pit), which the rest of the values build around.

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Oglala Lakota College

Oglala Lakota College is chartered by the Oglala Sioux Tribe. Its mission is to provide educational opportunities that enhance Lakota life. These opportunities include community services, certificates, GED, associate, bachelor, and graduate degrees. Oglala Lakota College provides a framework of excellence for student knowledge, skills, and values towards piya wiconi - a new beginning for harmony in fulfillment of aspirations and dreams.

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Parkland College

With five campuses and a wide range of programs and services, there’s a lot to like about Parkland.

Established in 1973, Parkland College was the first regional college in Saskatchewan. Today, Parkland College is Saskatchewan’s primary provider of professional firefighter training, multi-mechanical trades and the most diverse off-campus university offerings.

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Partners of the Americas

When it comes to changing the world, no one can do it alone. But all too often, the people and institutions working to solve global challenges operate in isolation, leaving community needs unmet and donor dollars underutilized.

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Red Crow Community College

The Mission of Mikai'sto/Red Crow Community College is to meet the cultural, educational, and training needs for the Kainaiwa and beyond. The college will provide leadership through its programs and services to nurture self-realisation based on Kainaissinni.

Our Philosophy: The Red Crow Board of Governors proposes a comprehensive plan will curriculum designed to meet the special needs of Kainai of the Blackfoot Nation. While the system does not intend to exclude anyone, and maintains an "open door policy", its primary purpose is to meet the needs of the Blackfoot population.

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Red Lake Nation College

The Red Lake Nation College (RLNC) was chartered by the Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians in 2001 to provide higher education opportunities for Tribal members living on and near the Red Lake reservation. Prior to the opening of Red Lake Nation College, Red Lake members were forced to drive two hours round-trip daily in order to attend college. The rural location of the reservation, the high cost of transportation, and daycare costs were all huge barriers to attending college for Tribal Members.

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