Chief Dull Knife is a public college located in Lame Deer, Montana. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 77 undergraduate students. The Chief Dull Knife acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities and Business. Graduating 37% of students, Chief Dull Knife alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $12,200.
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My experience at CDKC has been medium at best. It's a pretty small college, but it's easy to get stuff done. We live in a town filled with misfits so it's easy to fall into a trap. I think going to this college gives our people a chance at a brighter future. It really helps our people at bettering themselves and getting em' off drugs, alcohol, and jail. I would recommend this college to my Cheyenne people because we need to focus on the empowerment of our nation. We got to focus on our new way of life not for us but for our children
There is the gym, learning center, library, activities, and welcoming campus. If feel very comfortable here at CDKC.
The faculty was awesome here but when paperwork went out I didn't hear back after a few days. Then got a letter saying I need more information and to send it right away. Finally waiting so long I dropped classes cause I feared I would have to pay out of pocket and I was not working at the time.