TMCC’s South Campus is located in downtown Belcourt, North Dakota. South Campus was the original campus for TMCC when it first opened in 1972. The South Campus houses Arrowhead Printing, Vocation Rehabilitation, Regional Substance Abuse Project (RSAP), Adult and Continuing Education, as well as a G.E.D. testing center, customized training and cooperative education.
The Adult Education program at Turtle Mountain Community College began in 1976. The need for the service came about because of the large number of adults who had experienced problems in school and had dropped out. While the dropout rate has improved, the population has increased so that the number of adults needing the services from this program remains constant. [More Information]
The Anishinabe Learning, Cultural & Wellness Center is located 1.5 miles North of Belcourt on BIA # 7.The Center is a beautiful and symbolically powerful site nestled between Belcourt Lake to the North and a natural wooded area. The Center consists of 102.5 acres of spectacular natural beauty & ponds, with OX Creek running through the area. [More Information]
Arrowhead Printing is an enterprise owned by the Turtle Mountain Community College. As a for-profit business, Arrowhead Printing serves the printing needs of the Turtle Mountain Community College and the surrounding communities. [More Information]
The TMCC Improving Family Health through Gardening program will provide at least 10 families per district (over a four year time span) educational opportunities (gardening basics, Native American gardening, food safety, nutrition, food preservation, weed & pest control, horticulture, and cottage industry) and gardening assistance (tilling of garden, seeds, and seedlings). [More Information]
Project Peacemaker is an Indian Law Education Program developed to strengthen legal justice curricula at the tribal college level as well as increase the numbers of tribal members knowledgeable about Indian law. [More Information]
The Turtle Mountain Community College Regional Substance Abuse Prevention (RSAP) Project is a collaborative project between TMCC and the State of North Dakota Department of Human Services/Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (NDDHS/MHSAS). [More Information]
The Vocational Rehabilitation Project provides an array of services designed to equalize employment opportunities for any individual who meets the eligibility criteria. [More Information]