MHA Education Pathways
Providing mentors to members of the MHA Nation who are seeking degrees at institutions of higher education and vocational training sites across the country.
The MHA Education Pathways Program is an MHA funded initiative based on the RAIN Program’s Mentor Model which has 30 years of proven success in student support and retention.
Mentors have offices across North Dakota, including New Town, Bismarck (United Tribes and Bismarck State College), and Grand Forks to provide academic and support services to MHA tribal members in higher education and vocational programs. Mentors also assist high school/GED graduates in getting college ready.
- Admissions assistance
- Financial aid application assistance (FAFSA® - Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
- Scholarship application assistance
- Academic advising
- Personal and professional development sessions
- Tribal and community resources
- Career planning
Connect with Us
We'd love to work with you! Complete the Student Information Form at the link below to utilize the MHA Education Pathways support services.
MHA Education Pathways Team
Serving: Mandaree, New Town, Parshall, Twin Buttes, White Shield, Williston, and locations nationwide
Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish College
220 8th Ave N
New Town, ND
Serving: Belcourt, Bismarck, Bottineau, Dickinson, Minot, and locations nationwide
1815 Schafer St, Rm 131
Serving: United Tribes, Jamestown, Mandan, Valley City, and locations nationwide
Campus Service Bldg 1A
3315 University Dr
Serving: Devils Lake, Fargo, Fort Totten, Grand Forks, Mayville, Wahpeton, and locations nationwide
Columbia Hall Rm 2370G
501 N Columbia Rd Stop 7169
Grand Forks, ND