|Size:||Small (Under 2,000 Undergrad)|
|On-Campus Housing Available:||No|
|Parking Permit Required:||Yes|
The Little Priest Tribal School in Winnebago, Nebraska, a chartered entity of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska, integrates the culture of native people into its curriculum to provide students with not only two-year degree and certificate programs, but also an opportunity to learn about the Winnebago language and culture.
The school is a member of the American Indian Higher Education Consortium. Admissions maintain open enrollment.
Academics offered at the school include associate’s degrees in:
- Indigenous Studies
- Early Childhood Education
- Liberal Arts Transfer
- Teacher Education
- Computer Information Systems
- Indigenous Sciences (with a concentration in Health or Environmental)
The school also offers research opportunities in ethnobotany, or the study of how the Ho-Chunk people of Nebraska currently interact with the plant world.
An additional graduation requirement includes taking the Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency and Capstone test during the semester of graduation. The CAAP assesses students’ general education competency while the Capstone test examines students’ knowledge of Ho-Chunk language, culture, and history.
Financial aid is available to eligible students through federal Pell grants, Supplemental Education Opportunity grants, Nebraska State Grant Program, and a number of other resources.
Little Priest Tribal College
610 College Drive
Winnebago, NE 68071
Good walkability. We think you’ll enjoy walking in this area.
Seasonal average temperatures for Winnebago, NE
- Caucasian: 3%
- American Indian or Alaska native: 96%
|American Indian or Alaska native||96%|
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