SKC Graduate Honoring Powwow 2024

Join us in honoring the 2024 Graduates of SKC and area schools. May 17th and 18th in the Joe McDonald Health & Fitness Center.

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Preview Day and Montana Tribal College and Career Fair

SKC's 5th Annual Preview Day April 17th, 2024 will also be combined with the Montana Post Secondary Educational Opportunities Council MPSEOC-Montana Tribal College Fair.

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Open to All!

SKC is a tribal college, but we value the diversity of our community. Our programs are open to all peoples, whether they are tribal members, descendants, or non-members. Everyone can charge into their future at SKC.

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Equivalency Assessment

High School equivalency assessments.

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High School Student Options

Early College pathways for High school students.

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Undergraduate Options

1-year Certificates, Associate Degrees, and Bachelor Degrees

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Graduate School

Master's Degree programs at SKC.

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Continuing & Community Education

Learning never stops and neither do we.

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SKC News & Events

SKC Winter Quarter Honor Rolls Announced

It’s an honor to announce the SKC Winter 2024 Honor Rolls! These exemplary…

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Lady Bison Bring Home Championship Hardware!

For full story visit CharKoosta News Salish Kootenai College Women’s Basketball Team Crowned…

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Civic Minded: Morgan Hoff, Recipient of the George M. Dennison Civic Engagement Scholarship

Salish Kootenai College proudly recognizes Morgan Hoff, a dedicated sophomore majoring in Nursing,…

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HiSET Graduation

For full article visit the Lake County Leader Bright purple caps and proud…

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SKC Announces Fall 2023-2024 Honor Roll

We’re excited to present the SKC Fall 2023 Honor Roll! Recognizing academic dedication…

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A Homecoming of Powerful Words

Read the full article in the Char-Koosta News Renowned Iñupiaq poet dg nanouk…

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This is my third year here at SKC, each year has been better than the last. Each year I try to put myself out there and meet new people or take part in things around campus. The opportunities I have experienced at this college are opportunities I would have never taken at any other college or university.

Courtney Mitchell

Current Student

SKC Facts

A personal connection.

SKC has a 10:1 student to faculty ratio with an average class size of 8 students.

Serving Indian Country and more!

Our students come from 53 different North American Tribes and 16 U.S. States and Canadian provinces.