Red Lake Nation Tribal College is part of the new Red Lake Nation Capitol, which boasts two buildings in the shape of Bald Eagles overlooking Red Lake. The new Tribal College was designed to encourage students in the area, native and non-native, to receive a higher education. The accredited Red Lake Nation Tribal College has an Ojibwe Language Center, library, student café, fitness center, childcare center and state-of-the-art classrooms. The ability for students to attend classes at other colleges and vice versa through telecommunication was important to the Tribe. Many of the programs are designed for students to receive a two-year degree then move on to a four-year school.
The Ojibwe Language Immersion Head Start and Daycare Facility has space for up to 60 children, ages infant to preschool. This vibrant learning environment with strong cultural influence is located within the Red Lake Tribal College. The program works with the children teaching them their native language and cultural history as well as other general education.