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Apply to NICC Today!

Thank you for your interest in applying to Nebraska Indian Community College. We welcome applications from all students interested in becoming part of our diverse and uniquely creative community. We look forward to reviewing your application!

Checklist for applying to Nebraska Indian Community College

  1. Submit a complete admission application.
  2. A $50.00 one-time, non-refundable admission fee to be paid to the business office or billed to the student account. 
  3. Submit an official copy of high school or GED transcripts.
  4. Submit an official certificate of tribal enrollment, if applicable.
  5. Submit an official transcript(s) from all previously attended colleges/universities, if applicable. 
  6. Submit a signed Declaration of Major. 
  7. Complete placement testing prior to registration.
  8. Complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid prior to registration. 

The above admission procedures pertain to all student admissions.

All admission applications and forms are available here.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is available at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
The admission policie are available here.


 

To request a campus tour please contact:

Dawne Price
Dean of Student Services
402-494-2311 ext. 2582

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Macy Campus Admissions
Marcia Robertson
402-494-2311 ext. 2589

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S. Sioux City Campus Admissions
Troy Munhofen
402-494-2311 ext. 2586

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Santee Campus Admissions
Chrissy Lesher
402-494-2311 ext. 2573

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