A Look At Capital Expansion

Kwina Classroom and Office Building

The College’s first permanent classroom and office building serves as a design prototype for other classrooms and labs.

Native Environmental Science Building

This facility supports the College’s Bachelor of Science degree in Native Environmental Science as well as other programs.

Student Housing

Northwest Indian College is one of the few tribal colleges with student housing. It features 67 beds and food services.

Center For Student Success

The Center brings together the services that students need to help them stay in college — from registration to financial aid.

Center For Student Success Rear

The Center brings together the services that students need to help them stay in college — from registration to financial aid.

Early Learning/Daycare Center

Our students are older (2/3 are over 30) and many are single parents. Daycare also allows students to focus on their studies.

Salish Sea Research Center

Created, in part, with a $1.5M grant from the National Science Foundation to help expand science laboratories.

Cooperative Extension Building

Community education reaches an audience of 4,500 annually with health and wellness, financial literacy, life skills, job readiness and cultural programming.

Coast Salish Institute

The Institute preserves Coast Salish culture. It also honors individual Native cultures, languages, history and tradition.

Library and Technology Building

This resource for Native studies and research contains the Vine Deloria, Jr. collection. It also has our central information and communications system.