Oversight and Support

The SIPI Board of Regents serves as the official representative group for the college and has significant roles in both advisory and policy making for the college. Working closely with the SIPI President, the Board strives to develop a working relationship to enable shared governance with administration, faculty, staff, and students. This eleven-member board are representatives appointed by their respective tribal entities and includes one student representative.

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SIPI Board of Regents

Our board is made up of eleven volunteer members who are deeply passionate about educating the next generation of tribal leaders. Their mandate is to oversee and advise the leadership of Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute, as well as actively raise support for the school.

SIPI Student Learning

2020 and Beyond

Quality education is vital to the growth and well-being of our tribal communities. SIPI students deserve nothing less than an exceptional educational experience that creates a genuine expectation of success in all their future endeavors and cultivates a spirit of service to community.

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Joining Forces

We work with foundations, businesses and individual donors to bridge gaps in support of SIPI’s mission and to open doors that have otherwise been locked to our Native American students.

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Our Mission Statement

The Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute prepares our culturally diverse Native American students as life-long learners through partnerships with tribes and other organizations. We establish a strong educational foundation for student success.


Giving Back To Our Community

The Board of Regents incorporated as a 501(c)3 non-profit in 1975, under which they work through their development office to raise awareness and funding in support of SIPI, a federal land-grant college located in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Please consider joining us. Your gift today will prove invaluable in supporting the journey of our tribal leaders of tomorrow!

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