American Indian OIC is a private college located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 38 undergraduate students. The American Indian OIC acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Computer Systems Technician, Medical Office Assistant, and Human Services.
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The teachers at this school are amazing! They want you to succeed and will do everything they can to make sure you succeed. Class registration is easy since classes are only offered at one time throughout the day. They set their programs up where you start and finish the program with the same people. You go through the classes together and its really helpful to have the support of the other students in your "cohort" but we call each other family.
The school does not provide many facilities. The library is used half of the day for classes and there isn't much material in there that is useful to students. Along with that, the computer labs are not available when needed and class schedules overlap so students do not have time to get from one to the other.
Its free! But some programs have a lottery system where only half the people accepted into the program will get the scholarship and the other half have to pay.