Native American man singing to a boy

Native American, Minority & Veterans' Services

Veterans' Services

Native American, Minority & Veterans' Services
Reid Centennial Hall, Rm 212 Contact (208) 792-2812(208) 792-2193 (fax) Hours Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Lewis-Clark State College is committed to establishing and maintaining a campus environment that promotes cultural diversity. Native American/Minority Student Services offers programs and services designed to assist students of color in meeting their educational goals, both in and out of the classroom. Assistance is available for students from admission through graduation.

  • Academic & Personal Advising
  • Minority Scholarship & Financial Aid Information
  • GI Bill Application Assistance, Veterans Scholarship and Financial Aid Informaiton
  • Campus & Community Referrals
  • Student Clubs & Organizations Involvement
  • Computer Lab & Study Area
  • Student Mentoring & Advocacy
  • Tutoring
  • Cultural Awareness Programing
  • Collaboration with the Pi'amkinwaas Center
  • Liaison with Area Tribes & Programs
  • Emergency Assistance for Native American Students

Upcoming Events

Leadership Presentation: Kermit Mankiller - Nez Perce Tribal Enterprises Executive Officer.  Kermit is a 1987 alumnus of Lewis-Clark State College majoring in Business Administration (MBA) graduate of Gonzaga University.  Kermit is a Nez Perce Tribal member and resident of Lapwai/Sweetwater, Idaho.

 Native American Heritage Month presentation by Dr. Victor Begay, "The Ethnohistory of American Indian Identity".  November 19th, 1:30pm.  Flyer