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What are the 1994 Land Grant Institutions?

The 1994 Land Grant Institutions (1994s) are Native American tribally-controlled colleges and universities that were granted land-grant status under an Act of Congress in 1994. The 1994 Land Grant Institutions have missions to serve their consumers through higher education programs involving teaching, community outreach, and research. The 1994 Land Grant Institutions primarily serve Native American populations that are typically located in remote, underserved communities that lack access to higher education. They take special care to include cultural relevant curriculum and programs in their institutions so that Native American students and communities can take pride in their cultural and historical identity.

The 1994 Land Grant Institutions are:

  1. Aaniih Nakoda College - MT
  2. Bay Mills Community College - MI
  3. Blackfeet Community College - MT
  4. Cankdeska Cikana Community College - ND
  5. Chief Dull Knife College - MT
  6. College of the Muscogee Nation - OK
  7. College of Menominee Nation - WI
  8. Diné College - NM
  9. Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College - WI
  10. Fort Berthold Community College - ND
  11. Fort Peck Community College - MT
  12. Haskell Indian Nations University - KS
  13. Ilisagvik College & AK
  14. Institute of American Indian Arts - NM
  15. Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College - MI
  16. Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College - WI
  17. Leech Lake Tribal College - MN
  18. Little Big Horn College - MN
  19. Little Priest Tribal College - NE
  20. Navajo Technical University - NM
  21. Nebraska Indian Community College - NE
  22. Northwest Indian College - WA
  23. Oglala Lakota College - SD
  24. Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College - MI
  25. Salish Kootenai College - MT
  26. Sinte Gleska University - SD
  27. Sisseton Wahpeton College - SD
  28. Sitting Bull College - ND
  29. Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute - NM
  30. Stone Child College - MT
  31. Tohono O'odham Community College - AZ
  32. Turtle Mountain Community College - ND
  33. United Tribes Technical College - ND
  34. White Earth Tribal and Community College - MN