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Fall Festival

Related Fall Festival: Northland’s 130th, SOEI’s 50th Sep 21–24, 2022. After two years of being apart we are delighted to gather with alumni and friends at Fall Festival again! This year is extra special as we recognize the 50th Anniversary of the Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute and celebrate the 130th…

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Forest Lodge Educational Campus

Related The historic Forest Lodge estate is located eight miles east of Cable, Wisconsin, in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest in northern Wisconsin. Nestled among old growth forest, this unique north woods retreat is situated along two-plus miles of Lake Namekagon’s pristine southern shoreline. Lake Namekagon is the headwaters of the…

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Think differently. Live differently. Northland College is a private, liberal arts college with a progressive focus on the environment and sustainability. We prepare 600 students from across the United States and around the world for meaningful lives and successful careers. Founded in 1892, Northland College is located at the tip…

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Grants

To receive financial aid from federal and state programs you must meet the following guidelines. General Eligibility Requirements Be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen. If male, at least 18 years of age, and born after December 31, 1959, be registered with the Selective Service. Demonstrate financial need if applying…

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Business Administration

You will have the opportunity to pursue two very different fields within business—business management and sustainable entrepreneurship. Both majors share a core of courses that provide you with a foundational understanding of economics, finance, management, marketing, and social responsibility. Business Management major In short, this major will prepare you for…

Native American Museum

The Native American Museum was established with the goal of expressing the history, language, arts, and culture of the Ojibwe people and indigenous people from around the world for the educational benefit of community members and visitors to the Chequamegon Bay area, Located on the first floor of Mead Hall,…

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Community Outreach

From on-campus youth classes to cultural workshops to tribal educational fairs, the ICC staff provide community outreach throughout the region. We serve as a resource to students and indigenous groups. If you are interested in these or other outreach activities, click on contact us below. tabling at tribal educational fairs…

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Powwow & Awareness

We believe it is important to share indigenous culture, traditions, music, crafts, dance, and ways of life with our community. Awareness activities are presented in partnership with the Native American Student Association and the Northland College Student Association. We hope you join us and have some fun. More information is…

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Native Student Offerings

Whether you are looking at majoring in Native American studies, you want to help bring cultural awareness to campus, or are dedicated to promoting STEM fields to youth, we hope you find your passion here.       Related Native Student Offerings Growing our next generation. Whether you are looking…

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Learn About Wolves

This section is a great place to begin learning all about wolves. Information in this section will start with the basics of wolves around the world and carry you through more advanced publications. Related Learn About Wolves Identify and understand. This section is a great place to begin learning all…