Stone Child College (SCC) is a tribally-controlled community college of the Chippewa Cree Tribe, offering programs of study that can lead to degrees and certificates. SCC is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities and is listed in the Accredited Institutions of Higher Education (AIHEC) published by the American Council on Education for the Council on Post-Secondary Accreditation.


Stone Child College (SCC) is a tribally chartered college established to deliver post-secondary educational opportunities through degrees, certificates, and community education. SCC stresses the importance of preserving the Chippewa Cree language, culture, and history. Stone Child College demonstrates its commitment to student learning and achievement by providing quality educational programs and student services that professionally prepare students for the workforce or further education.


Making our Dreams Happen with Academic Excellence, Culture and Commitment.

Core Values

Preserving the Past, Educating the Present, Planning for the Future.


SCC was chartered by the Chippewa Cree Business Committee on May 17, 1984. It was the feeling of tribal leaders that the establishment of a college was necessary for the preservation and maintenance of the Chippewa Cree culture, and for the educational training of its tribal membership. Post-secondary educational programs designed to meet the specific needs of the Chippewa Cree tribe is a great necessity. SCC is committed to meeting the needs of the community, tribal members, tribal programs, and is dedicated to helping promote pride in each tribal member’s Chippewa Cree heritage.
Stone Child College (SCC) is located on the Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation, Montana, home to the Chippewa Cree Tribe. Having been established in the year 1984, SCC has continued to serve the Rocky Boy community and surrounding communities by delivering post-secondary educational programs, workforce training opportunities, public events, and overall a place to come together.

Board of Directors