New campus names to honor local heritage


In 1997, NIC and the Coeur d' Alene Tribe entered into the mutual agreement called the 9-Point Agreement, to deal with names and campus locations. For more than 12 years both entities worked together on projects of mutual benefit to both communities. Along with making NIC a more welcoming, supportive and diverse environment for Indian students, it also was created to help other students as well as visitors understand and gain additional knowledge of NIC and the Coeur d' Alene Tribe with the direction of 18 team leaders.