College News

We proud to announce our 2015 Fall Semester President's and Dean's lists for the Cass Lake and Red Lake campuses.
The youths of Leech Lake reservation participated in the first basketball clinic hosted by the Leech Lake Tribal College basketball program. 48 kids ranging from third grade to sixth grade took part in the event on December 29th at the Cass Lake-Bena High School gymnasium. The clinic’s aim was to prepare and refresh fundamentals skills for the upcoming youth basketball season set to start on January 6, 2016.
The 2015 Fall semester has come to an end. The Leech Lake Tribal College campus will be closed Dec 21st thru Jan 1st. We will reopen on January 4th and Spring semester will begin January 11th. Have a good holiday break!
Current LLTC Student, Michelle Marion, featured in today's Tribal College Journal as one of the 2015 Writing Contest Winners at the Annual AIHEC Conference earlier this year.
The 1 mile long walking path around the Leech Lake Tribal College has undergone a facelift and revitalization. Thanks in part to staff & faculty, students, and family members and a donation of a truckload of mulch from the Potlatch Corporation.
Leech Lake Tribal College will be hosting a presentation about the U.S. Constitution by Jana Kooren of the ACLU, Sept 17th at Noon in the Benny Tonce Drum Room.
Leech Lake Tribal College would like to invite volunteers for the Walking Path Work Day. This project is to revitalize and update the 1 mile walking path around campus.
As students, LLTC is YOUR school, and LLTC Student Senate is YOUR voice.
As demonstrated by President Obama’s Executive Order on Improving American Indian and Alaska Native Educational Opportunities and Strengthening Tribal Colleges and Universities, the Administration continues to work to improve the programs available at tribal colleges so that Native students are well prepared to compete for the high-skilled, quality jobs of today and tomorrow.
Manoominikaa - There's a lot of wild rice. Join us for teachings about Manoomin "Wild Rice" and Nibi "Water" Wednesday, August 26th from 5-7PM in the Benny Tonce Drum Room. Soup will be provided at the free event.