Boozhoo NTC Students!
With the partnership between Northwest Technical College and Bemidji State University, NTC students are able and encouraged to utilize the BSU resources. One of these excellent resources is the American Indian Resource Center.
The American Indian Resource Center located on BSU campus is a great resource for American Indian and all students to learn more about their culture, language, and to study with other college students!
With Executive Director, Bill Blackwell Jr. and Assistant Director, Ann Humphrey, we have the tools to help you on your journey through college! Whether it is locating or accessing resources, possible funding and scholarship opportunities, or just getting together over a good meal the AIRC will be there for you. To meet with us, catch us at the AIRC events, in our offices at the AIRC or email us!
Assistant Director Ann Humphrey will have office hours on NTC campus, if you would like to schedule a meeting outside of the office hours please email!
Spring Office Hours: Library 212, Tuesday TBD, and Thursday 8-4:30
The AIRC seeks to support American Indian Students that are going to school and at various stages in their lives. We want to be your network that helps to connect you with the NTC campus, no question is too small for us to help you succeed.
So, what can Ann help me with?
- Academic Warning and Suspension
- Financial Aid understanding
- Resources and services that I might be eligible for
- Child care awareness
- Cultural awareness and questions
- Accessing resources on campus
- AND MORE!
You can see our events here, we would love to have you join us!
Combined with the Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion the AIRC will host specific programming and events at NTC. Check back for spring semester updates!