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Month: July 2015 Articles

Gallup-USA Funds Minority College Graduates Report (2015)

The Gallup-Purdue Index includes responses from 55,812 adults who received bachelor’s degrees between 1940 and 2015. The results illustrate how many graduates, particularly those from different racial or ethnic backgrounds, went on to have great jobs and live great lives after college, and how their college experiences factored into each.

Benchmarking and Data Use (2015)

Year Two of the benchmarking project for NCAN members includes previous access and success milestones and compares NCAN-served students to national results.

President Crazy Bull’s Native Education Expertise Featured on Aspen Institute Blog

Check out the piece by American Indian College Fund President Cheryl Crazy Bull in the July/August 2015 issue of The Aspen Journal of Ideas blog. With more than 30 years of experience in Native higher education, she shares how tribal colleges and universities are integral to the success of Native American youth succeed with weaving culture into everything they do.

College Fund Research Intern Presents at National Family and Community Engagement Conference

My name is Cassandra Harden. I am a graduated from  Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute (SIPI) with an associate’s degree in early childhood education who is  currently working as a Tribal College and University (TCU) research intern for the College Fund.

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