Native/Tribal Degree Programs
Two programs at Peninsula College are specifically designed to serve native students and employees or individuals with strong ties to tribal communities: Peninsula College’s Associate in Arts Bridge program and Evergreen State College’s Reservation Based Community Determined Bachelor of Arts program.
The AA Bridge at Peninsula College provides an Associate of Arts degree inclusive of native perspectives. The program offers a unique set of courses particularly relevant to tribal communities, preparing students for Evergreen’s RBCD Bachelor of Arts degree program. It also serves as a general Associate of Arts degree, which can be transferred to other colleges and universities. Classes are offered both online and face-to-face. For more information, please see the AA Bridge brochure attachment at the bottom of the page.
RBCD Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts Degree
Evergreen State College’s Reservation Based Community Determined Bachelor of Arts is now offered at the Peninsula College Longhouse ʔaʔk̓ʷustəƞáwt̓xʷ “House of Learning”. Native and tribally connected students with an Associate degree or sufficient college credits may be eligible to apply. The RBCD program has been serving tribal communities for over 20 years. For more information, please see the Evergreen RBCD brochure attachment at the bottom of the page.
For additional information on the AA Bridge or RBCD BA degrees, please visit the website at www.evergreen.edu/tribal or contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org .