Lakota
Traditional Culture
  Since Time Immemorial
Homeland of the Lakota
All My Relations
Camp Life & Seasonal Round
References Cited

  Contemporary Culture
  Arts and Artists
Tribal Government
Language
Tribal Colleges
Self-Determination and Sovereignty
Recommended Web Sites and Bibliography

  Relationship with the U.S.
  Fur Trade
Making Treaties
The Shrinking Reservation
References Cited

Pierre > Culture > Tribal Colleges
image Oglala Lakota College
http://www.olc.edu/
This is a typical college website that informs students and visitors alike of the offerings at the college, including special projects, reference info and miscellaneous information. Read Mission and Purpose Statements at http://www.olc.edu/vision.htm
 
 
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SGU WakinyanWanbli Multipurpose Building
used with permission
 
image Sinte Gleska (Spotted Tail) University
http://www.sinte.edu/
With a symbol representing much Lakota History and
Culture, this is the homepage of a Lakota university on
the Rosebud Sioux Reservation in south central South
Dakota. Here is a page for general information by
universities.com: http://www.universities.com/
Schools/S/Sinte_Gleska_University.asp

 
Sisseton Wahpeton Community College
http://www.swc.tc/
Sisseton Wahpeton is a tribal institution for members of Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux Tribe and other residents of the Lake Traverse Region, and it has campuses all over the traditional homeland areas of the Dakota People. The site gives course offerings, department descriptions faculty and student group information, and regional links.

Sitting Bull College
http://www.sittingbull.edu/
This site offers the interesting history of the college, once called Standing Rock Community College, located in Fort Yates, North Dakota. It now offers four-year degrees. The site doesn't list course offerings, but it does give contact information

Si Tanka College
This college, once called Cheyenne River Community College, is now one of the two campuses of the SiTanka Huron University system, located in Eagle Butte. South Dakota.. See link below.

SiTanka Huron University
http://www.huron.edu/html/american.htm - temporarily down 6/10/03
Huron University in Huron, South Dakota, one of the oldest private schools in that state, was purchased by Si Tanka College one of the oldest tribal colleges in the nation on April 26, 2001. SiTanka Huron University is the first off-reservation, tribal controlled university. This page is a classic university homepage with buttons for admission information, academics and student life, sports, news and employment opportunities.

HINU-KU Tribal Lawyer Training Program
http://www.law.ku.edu/Tribal/hask.htm
This is a site hosted by the Haskell Indian Nations University, of the University of Kansas, about the HINU-KU Tribal Lawyer Training Program there. The program prepares young attorneys, particularly Native Americans, for representing Indian nations and people.