Who We Are
Located in New Town, ND, Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish College (NHSC) enhances quality of life and builds a strong and positive identity for the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nations that make up the Three Affiliated Tribes. Nearly 87% of our 200 enrolled students are Native American and the majority of our Native American students identify as enrolled members of the Mandan Hidatsa Arikara (MHA) Nation.
Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish College seeks to:
- Ensure development of global citizenship by providing necessary training and leadership
- Develop a financially strong institution which meets the needs of the students by providing a safe learning environment that promotes diversity and relevant curriculum
- Encourage the need to voice informed opinions to make positive change
- Become a leader among tribal colleges and universities, providing the highest quality of cultural, academic, and vocational education and student services
Your Support Helps Our Students Thrive
By contributing to Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish College, you are creating opportunities and empowering students with the tools they need to succeed.
Your support provides students with a cavalcade of resources such as academic advising, tutoring and 5:1 student to faculty ratio, all while making college an affordable experience.
- NHSC provides culturally relevant curriculum and activities to our students and community.
- NHSC provides students with exceptional resources designed to get students on the right track and stay connected.
- NHSC offers a 6:1 student-to-faculty ratio to ensure the individual student attention.
- NHSC serves students ranging in age from 16-80 (average age of 26). We welcome all willing to learn.
- NHSC offers 4 certificate programs, 14 associate degrees and 3 bachelor’s degrees.
- NHSC is the only Tribal College and University offering degrees in Sustainable Energy Technologies and Equine Studies.
All donations to NHSC helps us become a leader amongst tribal colleges and universities as we aim to provide the highest quality of cultural, academic and vocational education. Our programs are designed to enrich the quality of life for the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation; the Three Affiliated Tribes.
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Be sure to search for “Nueta, Hidatsa, Sahnish College” when you are donating. We currently have three funds set up for donations: Food Sovereignty Endowment, Athletics and Project Fund. Thank you for your generosity!
Payable to NDCF, PO BOX 387, Bismarck, ND 58601. Be sure to indicate in the memo line which fund you are donating to.
Planning a gift to NHS College memorialize your support during your lifetime and beyond. Contact Alisha DeCoteau at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about planned giving.
Establish a Memorial or Honorarium
A memorial remembers friends and loved ones who were passionate about Native American culture and education. Today, families often suggest that friends contribute to a memorial fund set up in the name of the deceased in lieu of sending flowers. NHS College will assist in creating a memorial. When gifts are received, a special acknowledgment will be sent to whomever you indicate.
Include NHSC in Your Will or Estate Plans
Your attorney can help you determine the language best suited to your circumstances to provide for NHSC in your will. Please make sure you contact us with your intentions.
In many cases, leaving your legacy can be as easy as adding the following bequest language to your will:
I, [name], of [city, state, zip code], give, devise and bequeath to Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish College [written amount or percentage of the estate or description of property] for its unrestricted use and purpose.
Establish a Trust
Income-producing trusts are a valuable option for donors who wish to benefit from their gift. Assets are put in a trust which pays a minimum of 5% annually to you or other non-charitable beneficiaries. When those payments are no longer made, through a fixed term or at one’s death, the trust’s remainder goes to NHSC.
Giving stocks and bonds that you have owned for more than one year which have increased in value can provide strong benefits. You may deduct the full market value of the securities and avoid paying capital gains tax on the appreciation. Your deduction is up to 30% of your income, with a five-year carryover.
401K or IRA accounts can also be used as charitable gifts. Any amount left in these accounts at the death of an individual is otherwise taxed as ordinary income and then exposed to estate taxes as well. Non-profits can be named as beneficiaries or contingent beneficiaries for these retirement accounts.
Name a Building or Program on Your Life Insurance
Making a gift of a life insurance policy, existing or new, can be an economical way to give. Naming a building on the NHSC campus or a specific program as both owner and beneficiary of a paid-up policy entitles you to a deduction equal to the policy’s cost basis. Making a gift of a policy that is not paid-up provides you with a tax deduction approximately equal to the policy’s cash surrender value.