REQUIRED ADMISSION MATERIAL
- Admission Application
- Declaration of Major Form
- $10 Admission Application Fee
- Official High School Transcript
- Official HiSet/GED Transcript
- Certificate of MMR Immunization
- Tuberculosis Test Results
- TABE Placement Test
- Official College Transcript(s)
- Native American Enrollment (when applicable)
- Financial Aid (See Financial Aid to complete application)
- All forms may be obtained at the Registrar/Admissions Officer/Admissions
Office. Official acceptance will be issued when all the above forms have
been received. Any student who has declared a major, regardless of credit
load, must follow the complete admission procedures.
applicants born before January 1, 1957, are required to provide proof
of immunization against measles, mumps and rubella (MMR). A PPD (tuberculosis)
test with negative results within the last five years must be documented.
Positive PPD testers will be required to receive an x-ray to eliminate
contagious factors. A student with contagious airborne (active TB) communicable
disease will not be admitted for attendance.
Admission Check List
- A student who has earned a diploma from an accredited high school or
has earned a General Education Development (GED) certificate may apply
All incoming students who have never attended a college or
university shall be required to complete the COMPASS Test prior to acceptance.
- Students who have earned 30+ college level credits will be exempt from
the COMPASS. Reasonable accommodations are provided for persons with disabilities.
- An individual who has not earned a high school diploma or earned a GED
may be admitted as a Pre-GED student.
Pre-GED students must follow the regular admission process.
A Pre-GED student may register for developmental studies
(sub-100 courses) only, with the tuition and fees waived. The purpose
of the Pre-GED acceptance is to assist the student with preparation for
the GED exam at an approved GED testing site.
Aaniiih Nakoda College is not a certified test site and
offers the developmental studies courses as an incentive for these students
to achieve their GED.
- Workshop and seminar participants will be required to complete the appropriate
forms for the scheduled event. Any fees and payments will be assessed
and received prior to the event.
(COMPASS) and Developmental Studies--The COMPASS is an instrument
used to measure the level of education of an individual and used solely
for placement purposes. A new student who has never attended a college
or university, or a transfer student who has not earned 30+ college level
credits must complete all three sections of the COMPASS prior to acceptance.
- The Registrar/Admissions Office is located in Nakota Hall. Admission records,
permanent transcripts, and academic tracking and advising forms are maintained
by the Registrar/Admissions Office. Student statistical data is required
for reporting purposes. Personal student data revisions, i.e., address change,
change of major, change of advisor, must be reported to the Registrar/Admission
The release of grades and transcripts and other student
data requires written authorization by the student (no phone
requests accepted). Transcript requests are honored within seven working
days unless there is a hold placed upon a student's files. Cost for transcripts
is $5.00 each.
A student may request any or all information remain confidential
and must inform the Registrar/Admission Office in writing.
Information Release Policy
Checklist - For more information contact Dixie Brockie - Registrar
/ Admission Officer.
Registration procedures are posted in all College buildings at the
beginning of each semester. The current College catalog lists the exact
To register: a student must have completed admissions forms and
supply a copy of their financial aid (FAF) application or current Student
aid Report (SAR) to the Financial Aid Officer to be eligible to charge
tuition, books and fees.
A student who does not have these forms on file in
the Financial Aid Office will pay 50% of the total tuition and fees upon
registration with the remaining balance due in 60 days. A student who
is not receiving federal student aid is responsible for purchasing her/his
own books and supplies.