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United Tribes Technical College

United Tribes Technical College is excited to know you are thinking about furthering your education and that you are considering our campus to help fulfill that dream.

We are committed to you, your future, and the future of your children. Your ancestors worked very hard to earn the right to build a better world for you. Now, it is your turn to continue this task and bring about a better world for your children. United Tribes Technical College believes in this mission and will work along with you to make this happen.

Step 1: Apply

All applicants* who wish to attend UTTC must complete an application online. *International Students: UTTC can only accept international students who have a current I-129 Petition for Immigration Worker with the H1 status.

The Admission Process

Once you’ve applied to attend college at UTTC, you may be wondering what the next step is. The following steps outline the admissions process and what you can expect after applying.

  1. Fill Out Your Application: The first thing to do is complete an application online and the required Admission Requirements.
  2. Receive Acknowledgement Letter: The Admissions Office will also mail you an acknowledgement letter, identifying any missing requirements.
  3. Application Review: When all of the application documents have been received from you, your application will be sent to a committee for review and acceptance into your desired degree program.
  4. Letter of Acceptance: After your application is approved by committee review, you will receive a letter of acceptance from the Admissions Office. This letter will include your login information and password for accessing your UTTC account (found at my.uttc.edu) and the name and contact information of your academic advisor.
  5. Contact Your Advisor: When you receive your letter of acceptance, contact your academic advisor (contact information is on letter of acceptance) to discuss your degree plan, the best way to contact you, your computer access (if you are an online learner), if you are planning to attend part-time or full-time, and any other questions you may have.
  6. Log Into Your Account: Once you have registered for classes, you can log into your account at my.uttc.edu, print a class schedule and view your financial aid information.
  7. Purchase Your Books: Contact the UTTC Bookstore to purchase your books if you wish to use your financial aid to pay for your books. The Bookstore can be reached at (701) 255-3285, Ext. 1459. If you have questions, feel free to contact your academic advisor and you will be assisted in this process.
  8. Find Your Resources: Use my.uttc.edu as a source of information. This is where you will access your courses (on the left-hand side, under “My Courses”), the Help Desk if you have questions about how to navigate this site, where you will locate information about your financial aid, campus announcements, grades, etc.
  9. Keep In Contact: Keep in close contact with your academic advisor. Your advisor should always have your most recent contact information (i.e. email address and cell phone number) and will assist you with making your experience at UTTC a success.

New Student Requirements

  1. Complete an the online admissions application.
  2. In order for the application to be considered complete, the Financial Aid office will certify that the student has completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the current academic year. Submit your FAFSA (Free Application for Student Aid) at fafsa.gov.
  3. Request your official high school transcript or official GED transcript be sent (in a sealed envelope) by the school to:
    UTTC Admissions
    3315 University Drive
    Bismarck, ND 58504
  4. Submit a copy of your immunization record, showing proof of your measels, mumps, and rubella vacine.

    Exemptions to this policy may be granted if your date of birth is prior to 1/1/57.

  5. Submit a copy of your degree of indian blood. (if applicable)
  6. Submit a copy of your ACT/SAT scores. Results of the American College Test (ACT) or the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). Students with ACT scores more than five years old or did not take the ACT/SAT must also complete the Accuplacer placement exam. The Accuplacer exam will be completed during student orientation.
  7. If applying for dorms or family housing, submit a completed application along with your $150 deposit.

The admissions process typically takes 1 – 3 weeks, depending on UTTC Admissions office receiving required documentation. Upon completion of the online application, you’ll receive an email and letter giving you a login and password into my.uttc.edu. This online portal gives you access to the following (and much more): Application Status

If you have questions with any part of this process, feel free to connect with an Admissions Counselor at 701-221-1851. Documentation may be faxed to the Admissions office at 701-530-0640 or emailed to admissions@uttc.edu.

Online Students

UTTC’s online programs provide students the option of completing assignments and study on their own time, in a self-selected environment. Students are guided through their coursework by weekly, posted deadlines. Online courses are offered over the Internet, therefore; basic computer skills requiring a web browser and word processor with continuous online participation and communication with the course facilitator are essential for student success. Using a computer and reliable Internet service, students can access course resources, collaboration room forums, assignments, and assessments through my.uttc.edu, the learning management system.

Online Student Requirements

  1. Complete an online admissions application
  2. In order for the application to be considered complete, the Financial Aid office will certify that the student has completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the current academic year. Submit your FAFSA (Free Application for Student Aid).
    • Request Official Transcripts: Request your official high school transcript or official GED transcript be sent (in a sealed envelope) by the school to: UTTC Admissions 3315 University Drive Bismarck, ND 58504.
    • Official College Transcripts: To be considered official, the transcripts must be sent directly to UTTC from the issuing institution. Official transcripts from all post-secondary are required if attended within the past five years.
  3. Submit a copy of your degree of indian blood (if applicable)
  4. Submit a copy of your ACT/SAT scores (Results of the American College Test (ACT) or the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). Students with ACT scores more than five years old or did not take the ACT/SAT must also complete the Accuplacer placement exam. The Accuplacer exam will be completed during student orientation.)
  5. You are required to complete the “Is Online Learning for Me?” survey
  6. Copy of a photo ID with birth date

Next Steps:

The admissions process typically takes 1 – 3 weeks, depending on UTTC Admissions office receiving required documentation. Upon completion of the online application, you’ll receive an email and letter giving you a login and password into my.uttc.edu. This online portal gives you access to the following (and much more):

  • Application Status

If you have questions with any part of this process, feel free to connect with an Admissions Counselor at 701-221-1851.

If desired, documentation may be faxed to the Admissions office at 701-530-0640 or emailed to admissions@uttc.edu.

Transfer/Returning Student Requirements

You are a transfer student if you have attended one or more post-secondary institutions (after high school graduation).

You are a returning student if you have previously taken classes and/or graduated from UTTC. You may not need to re-submit any official documentation that we have previously received.

  1. Complete an the online admissions application.
  2. In order for the application to be considered complete, the Financial Aid office will certify that the student has completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the current academic year. Submit your FAFSA (Free Application for Student Aid) at fafsa.gov.
  3. Official college transcripts. To be considered official, the transcripts must be sent directly to UTTC from the issuing institution. Official transcripts from all other post-secodary school previously attended in the past five years.
    UTTC Admissions
    3315 University Drive
    Bismarck, ND 58504
  4. Submit a copy of your immunization record, showing proof of your measels, mumps, and rubella vacine.

    Exemptions to this policy may be granted if your date of birth is prior to 1/1/57 or if the student’s beliefs preclude participation in an immunization program.

  5. Submit a copy of your degree of indian blood. (if applicable)
  6. Submit a copy of your ACT/SAT scores. Results of the American College Test (ACT) or the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). Students with ACT scores more than five years old or did not take the ACT/SAT must also complete the Accuplacer placement exam. The Accuplacer exam will be completed during student orientation.
  7. If applying for dorms or family housing, submit a completed application along with your $150 deposit.

The admissions process typically takes 1 – 3 weeks, depending on UTTC Admissions office receiving required documentation. Upon completion of the online application, you’ll receive an email and letter giving you a login and password into my.uttc.edu. This online portal gives you access to the following (and much more): Application Status

If you have questions with any part of this process, feel free to connect with an Admissions Counselor at 701-221-1851. Documentation may be faxed to the Admissions office at 701-530-0640 or emailed to admissions@uttc.edu.

Dual Credit Students

Dual credit students must do the following:

  1. Contact their school administrator or designated Dual Credit Advocate to receive their recommendation/approval to proceed through the DC process;
  2. Ensure their GPA meets the minimum eligibility requirements;
  3. Complete the online Dual Credit Admissions Application;
  4. Take the “Is Online Learning for Me?” survey;
  5. Submit all required documents to the UTTC Admissions Office

Once all required Admissions documents are received the DC student will be notified of admissions status and be provided guidance on the next step in registering for a dual credit course/s.

For additional information regarding the Dual Credit Program please visit the Office of Extended Learning page.

Step 2: Financial Aid/Scholarships

Apply for financial aid to help make college more affordable. Students can complete the free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Step 3: Placement Test

If a student has not completed the ACT/SAT within five years or hasn’t received satisfactory grades in Math and English from another institution, the Accuplacer test must be taken prior to registration.

Documentation must be provided. (ACCUPLACER – this test can be taken on campus. If you have questions regarding the Accuplacer Test, please contact the Admissions Office.)

Step 4: Admissions Advisor

Meet with your Admissions Advisor ensuring all required documents have been received. Students with financial aid should contact the Financial Aid Office 701.255.3285 ext. 3000.

Step 5: Student Orientation

All new United Tribes Technical College students must attend Student Orientation. All accepted students will be mailed out an invitation to this event. If you have not received this invitation, please contact your Admissions Advisor.