Accredited under Salish Kootenai College
Admissions Procedures

At Spokane Tribal College, your input is essential to your success. If you have any questions or comments regarding any aspect of our educational services, please contact any staff member listed below. For general questions, please send an email to infospokanetribalcollege org or contact one of our staff members.


For Tribal Members and 1st or 2nd Generation Descendants

Applicants who are tribal members or 1st or 2nd generation descendants of a federally recognized tribe must submit the following documents:

1. Application for Admission

2. Official*, certified high school transcript (or GED scores); an unofficial copy of the transcript is required for financial aid

3. Official*, certified transcript from other institution(s) of higher education (if appropriate)

4. Declaration of Major Form

5. Official, certified document verifying Student Services tribal enrollment or 1st or 2nd generation descendant status of a federally recognized tribe

6. The Board of Directors and Administration support the Montana Immunization Law requiring students born before January 1, 1957 to have a T.B. skin test within the last five years. Students born after December 31, 1956 must provide documentation for T.B. Skin test taken within the last five years and two doses of measles vaccine (first dose after 12 months of age and one after 1967). A health care provider signature is required to verify immunizations.

*All official transcripts must be mailed directly to STC Main Campus @ P.O. Box 97, Wellpinit, WA 99040


For Non-Tribal Members

Applicants who are non-tribal members must submit all of the preceding documents except #5.

Please note: ALL interested applicants are encouraged to fill out the FAFSA so we can assist with financial aid!


Placement Testing

After completing the admissions, all students must arrange to take the placement test (Test of Adult Basic Education or TABE) prior to registration. Transfer students with more than 30 credits are not required to take the TABE.



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