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Do you want to attend a tribal college full time and earn a degree in just five semesters? If so, you should consider Nebraska Indian Community College (NICC).
NICC is an institution for higher learning that serves the Omaha and Santee Sioux Nations. The academics and curriculum at the school are inclusive of tribal languages, arts, games, history, and a host of others.
Associate's degrees are awarded in the following types of fields:
- Business Administration
- Early Childhood Education
- General Liberal Arts
- General Science Studies
- Human Services
- Native American Studies
The school also has a certificate program in Carpentry.
Those who are interested in applying for admissions to NICC should be prepared to do the following:
- Complete a placement test
- Complete an admissions application
- Pay an application fee
- Submit a copy of official transcripts
- Submit proof of tribal affiliation
Applicants should complete a FAFSA as well to determine financial aid eligibility. There are many different types of financial aid available to students, including federal grants and loans, flexible tuition payment plans, and work-study programs.
Outside of the classroom, college life at NICC presents a multitude of ways for students to get involved: academic conferences, intramural sports, leadership roles, social events, and more.
Nebraska Indian Community College, S. Sioux City Campus
2605 1/2 Dakota Ave
South Sioux City, NE 68776
Good walkability. We think you’ll enjoy walking in this area.
Seasonal average temperatures for South Sioux City, NE
- Latino: 1%
- African American: 4%
- Caucasian: 9%
- American Indian or Alaska native: 82%
- Unknown and Other: 5%
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|Unknown and Other||5%|
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