Northwest Indian College is a Tribally chartered, fully accredited post-secondary institution located in Bellingham, WA. NWIC offers 4 Bachelor's Degrees: Bachelor of Arts - Native Studies Leadership; Bachelor of Arts - Tribal Governance and Business Management; Bachelor of Arts - Community Advocacy and Community Education in Human Services; Bachelor of Science - Native Environmental Science. Several Associate Degrees and Certificate programs are offered as well including: General Direct Transfer, Early Childhood Education, Chemical Dependency Studies and many others. NWIC has 7 extended campus sites across Washington and Idaho. Main Campus offers student housing with dorms for students on campus as well as apartments available for students with families. Sports and Student Activities at NWIC include: Men's and Women's Basketball, Archery, Soccer, Pow Wow Club, Indigenous Service Learning, American Indian Business Leaders, and Rocket Club.
Northwest Indian College is a public school located in the rural setting of Bellingham, WA
Founded in 1978, Northwest Indian College currently enrolls around 609 students a year, including 609 undergrads. The institution runs on a quarter academic calendar.
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Admission to Northwest Indian College is noncompetitive. Northwest Indian College accepts around 0 percent of applicants each year.
In 2021, 0 applicants were waitlisted and 0 students were ultimating offered a spot off the waitlist.
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