This page provides information on courses offered throughout the UW-System and Tribal Nations in Wisconsin.
Indigenous Language Education In Wisconsin:
We recommend you contact the campus of interest to confirm availability.
To learn what courses are offered currently, please reach out to the director of American Indian Studies, Denise Wiyaka. Language courses offered in the past included Ojibwe, Menominee, Ho-Chunk, and Lakota.
Ojibwe: For more information, email Wendy Makoons Geniusz.
Ojibwe: For more information, email their admissions office.
Oneida: For more information, email Forrest Brooks.
Ojibwe: For more information, email Angela Mesic.
Tribal Nations and Partners
Indian Community School is an elementary and middle school that offers language courses in Ojibwe, Menominee, and Oneida.
Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe College has an outreach site at Red Cliff.
More Indigenous Language Learning Materials
Enwejig is committed to bringing visibility and linguistic justice to Indigenous languages at UW-Madison.
Know of Indigenous language courses offered but they are not listed here? Please email Angela Mesic.