Whether it’s in the development of exciting new curriculum or partnerships with universities, Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College (FDLTCC) has a strong commitment to student access and success.
MnSCU Online support center visited FDLTCC in Cloquet on March 3 and the campus staff and services are very impressive. As one of 35 tribal colleges in the United States (and the only one in MnSCU), FDLTCC offers students a unique and diverse learning environment.
The American Indian Studies Associate of Arts degree is a pathway for students to explore future educational opportunities in a way that “honors and values the language, history, worldview and methodologies of the Ojibwe-Anishinaabe people.” The AA degree is is built around the Gidizhitwaawinaanin (Our Cultural Standards) as the foundation for each course. FDLTCC also offers Anishinaabe language courses, both on campus and online.
In addition, students can choose from a wide variety of degree programs with transfer agreements for baccalaureate degree completion, including transfer to Metropolitan State University with the Business/Financial Services AS or Small Business Entrepreneurship AAS. Other agreements for the Elementary Education and Human Services degree are in the works, expected to be announced soon.