The California Tribal College plans to offer two (2) new Associate Degree Programs this upcoming Fall 2018 in the greater Sacramento region! This survey is for Prospective Students interested in being a part of the CTC’s very first cohort of students or would like to consider being a student in the near future.

Your information and responses are confidential. Thank you for providing your feedback so we can make the California Tribal College a huge success!

Responses are due by January 5, 2018. Should you have any questions, please contact Crystal Blue, Director of Institutional Development, at or 530.796.3400. Please complete the survey via this link:
You may also complete via hardcopy by mailing your completed survey to:
California Tribal College
Attn: Crystal Blue
P.O. Box 216
Brooks, CA 95606

* 1. Please Input Your Contact Information

* 2. What is your Tribal Affiliation?

* 3. What is your Age?

* 4. What is your Education Level?

* 5. Are you Currently Employed?

* 6. If you answered YES above, please list your Employment Position:

* 7. Are you interested in attending any webinars or seminars that are currently being offered by the CTC? Please check all that apply.

* 8. Are you interested in dual-enrollment between the CTC and your High School?

The CTC plans to offer two (2) Associate Degree Programs: (1) Tribal & Public Administration and (2) Tribal Management. Please look at the following Program Offerings and Indicate which Program you would be interested in.
Program 1:
Tribal & Public Administration
(Associate of Arts/Sciences)

Potential Courses include:

CTC Core Classes
  • Tribal Sovereignty
  • California Indian History
  • Native Nation-Building
  • History of Place
  • Introduction to Tribal Government in California
  • Managing Tribal Governments
  • Introduction to Computers
  • Introduction to Successful Learning
  • Pre-Contact Native American History
  • Post-Contact Native American History
Tribal & Public Administration
  • Business Law
  • Financial Accounting
  • Principles of Management
  • Principles of Microeconomics
  • Indian Policy & Tribal Self-Governance
  • Budgeting
  • Principles of Planning
  • Public Policy Process
  • Tribal Organizational Theory & Development
  • Leadership & Decision-Making
General Education
  • English
  • Natural Science
  • Social Science
  • Humanities
  • Health
Program 2:
Tribal Management
(Associate of Arts/Sciences)

Potential Courses include:

CTC Core Classes
  • Tribal Sovereignty
  • California Indian History
  • Native Nation-Building
  • Introduction to Tribal Government in California
  • Introduction to Managing Tribal Governments
  • Tribal Management Practicum
  • Tribal Government in California II
  • Managing Tribal Governments II
Selection from One of the Following Areas:

(A) Environmental & Natural Resource Management
  • Natural History of California
  • Introduction to Environmental Science
  • Introduction to California Tribal Environmental Resources
  • Introduction to California Tribal Cultural Resources
  • Natural Resources Conservation and Policy
  • Public Lands Law and Policy
  • Cultural Resources Policy
  • California Tribal Land Water Issues
  • Perspectives on Subsistence in California
  • Resource Management Research Techniques
  • Introduction to Tribal Natural Resource Management
  • Practical GIS for California Tribes
(B) Community Health & Wellness
  • Native Cultures of California
  • Personal Awareness and Growth
  • Cultural Diversity in Human Services Basic Principles of Group Counseling
  • Introduction to Psychology Processes of Community Change
  • California Tribes Values and Principles Introduction to Counseling
  • Introduction to Recovery and Mental Illness Case
  • Historical Trauma and Missionization of California Tribes
  • Nutrition and Health Change
  • Community Nutrition Interventions
  • Introduction to Social Work
  • Ethics, Values and Social Work Practice
(C) Tribal Governance & Law
  • Indigenous Land Settlements
  • Native Self-Government
  • Political Economy
  • Leadership, Citizenship and Choice
  • Introduction to Public Administration
  • California Native Politics
  • Tribal Court Development for California Tribes
  • Children's Topics in Tribal Justice
  • Federal Indian Law for California Tribes
  • Tribal Code Development
  • Tribal Justice Responses to Community and Domestic Violence 
  • Tribal Court Administration
  • Juvenile Justice in Tribal Court
  • Tribal Community and Restorative Justice
  • Current Topics in Tribal Government
(D) Community & Economic Development
  • Principles of Accounting I
  • Rancheria/Reservation Based Entrepreneurship
  • Introduction to Tourism
  • Personal and Business Finance
  • Fund Accounting for Nonprofits
  • Public Relations
  • Introduction to Business
  • Political Economy
  • Economics of California Tribes
  • Grant Writing for Community Development
  • Introduction to Utility Management
(E) Tribal Planning
  • Fundamentals of Supervision
  • Small-Business Planning
  • Introduction to Project Development for Tribal Construction
  • Grant Writing for Community Development
  • Cultural Tourism: Planning and Principles
  • Strategic Planning
  • Rural Transportation Planning

* 9. Based of the detailed information above regarding the CTC's two (2) Associate Degree Programs: (1) Tribal & Public Administration and (2) Tribal Management. Please indicate which Program you would be interested in enrolling in.

* 10. If you chose Tribal Management, which Focus Area are you most interested in?

* 11. To help CTC further develop effective Student Support Services, please prioritize which of the following barriers or concerns you have:

* 12. Please list or explain any other barriers or concerns you may have.

* 13. What type of Class Schedule would work best for you?

* 14. Would you need lodging/hotel accommodations to attend weekend courses?

* 15. Is there anything other information that you would like to share with the CTC?