"NICC was a great place to start my journey in higher education, because it was such a close-knit community of  people  I was already familiar with from the tribe."

Christina Coffman (Isanti) - NICC Early Childhood Education Alumni


"This is the start of my journey. This is where I want to leave my imprint for the younger generation. This is where it all begins."

Ashley Blackbird - Business Administration major


“[NICC] is a family-oriented environment. I also get to learn my [Isanti] culture and [Dakota] language. That is something I can’t learn at any non-tribal college... I love the staff and the teachers. NICC has given me my foundation to build upon.”

Donna Pike (Isanti) - Human Services/Counseling major


NICC is focused on preserving and revitalizing the cultures of the Omaha and Santee people and providing access to a quality higher education.

4 Locations of NICC:
Macy, Santee, and South Sioux City, Nebraska.
5:1 Student to Faculty Ratio
1973 NICC was established in 1973
2017 AIHEC Bow Competition


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