LSIS – Costs

  • Great News! LSI in 2018 is more affordable than ever!

     

    The Lakota Language Consortium has negotiated NO COST credits and CEU’s for

    LSI-South participants. Thanks to a Lakota language grant, OLC will also provide

    free on-site lunches and waive registration fees this summer.

     

    Participants will pay for course materials (pre-order during online registration).

     

    Costs

    LSI 2017  

    Sitting Bull College

    LSI 2018

    Oglala Lakota College

    7 Credits

    $750

    $0

    Tech fee

    $10

    $0

    Registration

    $150

    $0

     Total (Commuters)

    $910

    $0

      Lodging                                                  $1050                                                     $700

      Total (Non-Commuters)                       $1,960                                                    $700            


     

     

    Learn more about this year’s courses, taught by the same great instructors as

    past Institutes

     

    Not from the area? Visit our Lodging page for more information about housing

    and meal options in Kyle.

     

    Register Today

     

     

    Please Note:

     

    Pre-ordered course materials are payable by card, cash, or check to the Lakota Language Consortium by May 29th, 2018 (Day 1 of the Institute). For more information about materials, email events@lakhota.org

     

    Courses

     

    Courses at the Lakota Summer Institute can either be taken for college credit or as Continuing Education Units (CEUs). LSI-South classes are administered by Oglala Lakota College. Participants may earn college credit and apply this towards Associate’s degrees, Bachelor’s degrees and Master’s degrees. There is NO COST for credits or CEU’s at this year’s Institute.

     

    Oglala Lakota College will also accept transfer credit from previous LSI’s hosted at Sitting Bull College and our new LSI-North partner, United Tribes Technical College, for teachers pursuing a Lakota Teaching Certificate. Course equivalencies for all LSI coursework, past and future, will be established by the Lakota Language Consortium and our partner institutions in early 2018.