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Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute Stats, Info and Facts

Quick Facts

531 students

100% admitted

  • 470 full time
  • 61 part time
  • 235 men full time
  • 235 women full time
  • open enrollment

526 Undergraduates

N/A tuition/year

  • 5 Non-Degree
  • N/A in state
  • $1,095 fees
  • $675 room & board
  • $825 books and supplies

At a Glance

Institution Type: Public
Campus Setting: Southwest Large suburb
Highest Degree Offered: Associate's degree
Level of Institution: At least 2 but less than 4 years
Calendar: Trimester
Reviews in 3 Sentences
  • Demetria from Rio Rancho, NM
  • 0
  • Genuinely authentic to the Native American People,. A stepping stone for those who want to start out small and get a feel for the 4 year colleges. Great to see…

  • Dec-04-2012 Read More
  • Reynelda from Albuquerque, NM
  • 0
  • SIPI is a good school with some awesome instructors. But it is a school run by the government with government employees. The teachers are great but the administration staff are…

  • Mar-11-2013 Read More
  • Elden from Cuba, NM
  • 0
  • It's a small school but I get a lot of help with homework. It's a great location for all students. The school has a dorm for both boys and girls.…

  • Apr-19-2013 Read More
  • Wendi from Albuquerque, NM
  • 0
  • SIPI is a tribal college. SIPI is a great community to learn in. Small student population is a plus because then there is a higher student to teacher ratio. Smaller…

  • Jul-30-2013 Read More
Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute
  • Located in Albuquerque, NM
  • Public
  • 531 students enrolled
  • - admitted
  • - annual cost to attend


Student Responses to Review Topic: Am I Enjoying Being Here
  • 5
  • Danielle from Sanders, AZ
  • Jan-09-2010 I am a current student here

    I enjoy being here because an individual can meet not only those of their own tribe but also other tribes from across the nation.

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