NHSC is a "Tribal College or University" (TCU)
The Higher Education Act of 1965 established tribal colleges and universities as institutions controlled and operated by American Indian tribes. The mission of a TCU is typically to provide higher education to American Indians and to pass on and preserve tribe based culture. According to the American Indian College Fund, an impressive 86% of TCU students complete their chosen program of study. For more information you can review the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education.
NHSC Has a Disability Services Site
For more information on policies and accommodations that the college provides to ensure all students get the opportunity to participate, you can visit NHSC Disability Services.
Freshmen Living Arrangements at Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish College
NHSC offers on-campus housing, but freshmen are not required to take advantage of it.
* Data compiled from students who received financial aid, including loans.
Full-time vs. Part-time Studies at Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish College
NHSC has a comparatively very small, student body. There were 198 undergraduates in 2019. Full-time attendance was 126 (63.6%). Part-time attendance was 72 (36.4%).
Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish College is Ranked #2,806 for Overall Diversity
Compared to other colleges and universities across the nation, NHSC is less diverse than average in terms of overall diversity. We rank NHSC #2806 out of 3,514.
The chart below shows each element that we looked at to determine this ranking, and how that metric compares to the national average. 100 would indicate excellent diversity in each category, and 1 would mean poor diversity.
Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish College Athletics
We wanted to tell you about student athletes at NHSC, but that information was not available.
For more information about athletics including per-team sizes, coaching and scholarships check out our Guide to Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish College Athletics