student club collageThe College encourages the development and maintenance of student clubs and organizations. Students are invited to participate in extra-curricular activities on campus. The American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) sponsors student activities which include Student Recognition Awards, Student Congress, Academic Bowl, Business Bowl, Speech/Drama, Math/Science, Art/Poster Contest and basketball tournaments. Some of the campus clubs are Student Nursing Organization (SNO), American Indian Business Leaders (AIBL), the All Chiefs Society, Arts Club, and the American Indian Science Engineering Society (AISES). The advisors for these clubs are volunteers and are generally faculty members, who have expertise and experience in specific areas.

All Chiefs SocietyAll Chiefs Society

The All Chiefs Society is a Native American Studies organization dedicated to the preservation of the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara culture, language, and history. The organization also provides leadership, education and research opportunities valuing our traditional way of life. The organization plans cultural events like hand games, powwows, colloquia, elder speakers to relay our oral tradition and more. The All Chiefs Society is open to students, faculty, NHSC alumni, and Fort Berthold community members.

Contact: Bernadine YoungBird
Phone: (701) 627-4738 x8091
Mail: Box 490, New Town, ND 58763

AIBLAmerican Indian Business Leaders (A.I.B.L.)

The American Indian Business Leaders (AIBL) was organized to give Business students the opportunity to participate in tribal college competitions which focus on Leadership and Business related topics.

Contact: Pansy Goodall
Phone: (701) 627-4738 x8079
Mail: Box 490, New Town, ND 58763

Links: AIBL Website

AIHEC logoAmerican Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC)

As members of the American Indian Higher Education (AIHEC), NHSC students take an active role in these activities, which include Student Recognition Awards, Student Congress, Academic Bowl, Business Bowl, Speech/Drama, Math/Science Poster contest, and Basketball Tournaments.

Contact: Dr. Constance Frankberry
Phone: (701) 627-4738 x 8015
Mail: Box 490, New Town, ND 58763

Hand Game Team

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AISESAmerican Indian Science and Engineering Society

AISES is a national organization that nurtures building of community by bridging science and technology with traditional Native Values, through educational programs, to provide opportunities for American Indians and Alaska Natives in science, engineering and technology arenas.

Contact: Kerry Hartman
Phone: (701) 627-4738 x8053
Mail: Box 490, New Town, ND 58763

Art ClubArts Club

In 2005, the Arts Club was chartered to involve students in furthering the Arts. The Arts club assisted the Welding program with creating an emblem of the NHSC logo to be put outside at the entrance of the College. Classes prepare Art Shows to exhibit student work each semester as well as participate in AIHEC.

Contact: Art Club Advisor
Shannon Fox x8030
Phone: (701) 627-4738
Mail: Box 490, New Town, ND 58763

SEEDS logoStrategies for Ecology Education, Development and Sustainability (SEEDS)

SEEDS is a chapter through The Ecological Society of America (ESA). This chapter is open to students interested in the environment. Activities that promote environmental awareness and ecological activism and education are all conducted by chapter members. For information regarding the SEES chapter, contact any science faculty.

For More Information Contact:

Kerry Hartman
Phone: (701) 627-4738 x8053
Mail: Box 490, New Town, ND 58763

Nursing LogoStudent Nursing Organization (SNO)

All nursing students are eligible for membership in the Student Nurses Organization. This organization actively promotes and supports nursing and healthcare/wellness at Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish College and in the community. Members organize and work on projects throughout the year.

Contact: Gail Raasakka
Phone: (701) 627-4738 x8089
Mail: Box 490, New Town, ND 58763

Student Senate

The Student Senate is the student’s chief governing body, and all enrolled students are automatically members. The Student Senate organizes various student activities and college events, and it represents the students by giving them a voice to express their concerns and opinions to the faculty and administration. All students are encouraged to take an active role in this organization. Elections are held annually for officers from the membership at large. These offices include: Student body President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and Student Representatives from the main campus and the communities. The Student Senate has a budget and a staff advisor.

Contact: Student Senate Advisor
Shannon Fox x8030
Phone: (701) 627-4738
Mail: Box 490, New Town, ND 58763

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