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Stand with Native Students in the face of the COVID-19 crisis

Month: February 2019 Articles

 Minnesota Chefs Come Together for Higher Education

You may have tasted Native squash, but have you ever enjoyed staghorn sumac or the tart/sweet delicious taste of chokecherries prepared by a professional chef at your favorite restaurant?

Meet Oglala Lakota College’s New Community Continuing Education/GED Program Team Members

Oglala Lakota College has launched its Dollar General American Indian and Alaska Native Literacy and Adult Education Program. The following individuals will be serving OLC students under the program.

Radio Show: Making College Welcoming for Native Students

Making a college campus welcoming for Native students starts with acknowledging the Indigenous people on whose traditional land the institution exists. Cheryl Crazy Bull (Sicangu Lakota), President and CEO of the College Fund, and Dr. Amanda Tachine (Navajo), Research and Evaluation Associate with the College Fund, share this recommendation and others on the radio program Native America Calling. 

Creating Visibility and Healthy Learning Environments for Native Americans in Higher Education

When I first started in my position as President of the American Indian College Fund in 2012… six years later, in 2018…