The Oglala Lakota College (OLC) Community Continuing Education/GED department will implement electronic Tests of Adult Basic Education (TABE) in all 11 classroom sites in the fall of 2019.
APS Foundation Supports Navajo Student STEM Scholarships with American Indian College Fund for Ninth Straight Year
Just under nine percent of Navajo people age 25 and older have achieved a college degree in the United States—compared to 30.9 percent of other groups nationwide.
Lannan Foundation Creates $3 Million Endowment with American Indian College Fund for Native Scholarships
Only 14% of American Indian and Alaska Native students have a college degree, less than half the rate of other groups—and one barrier to getting a higher education is often cost. Lannan Foundation of Santa Fe, New Mexico is helping to make it easier for Native students to get a college degree, thanks to a $3 million endowment it created with the American Indian College Fund.
Halloween should be the best time EVER! You dress up, you get free candy, and sometimes explore your DARK, creepy side. But what if you want to express your culture with your costume?
Cheryl Crazy Bull Presented with Lifetime Achievement Award by Native American Finance Officers Association
Cheryl Crazy Bull (Sicangu Lakota) President and CEO of the American Indian College Fund, was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award on Tuesday, October 8 by the Native American Finance Officers Association (NAFOA)
Under their For the Wisdom of the Children project, Little Big Horn College held a seminar in July for pre-service and classroom teachers to develop a thematic science/math unit with a culminating Parent Night activity.
Shelterforce Magazine, a publication for people in the development field, has published an article about the American Indian College Fund’s place-based Indigenous Visionaries program.