President Cheryl Crazy Bull of the American Indian College Fund and several TCU Presidents discuss the disproportionate mental impact the pandemic has had on TCU students.
American Indian College Fund Launches Boarding School Descendant Scholarship for 2021-22 $60,000 Grant from National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition Funds Twenty Native Scholarships for 2021-22 Denver, Colo.—October 26, 2021– The American Indian...
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We were saddened to learn the news that David Kennedy, the co-founder of international ad agency Wieden+Kennedy, the College Fund’s partner for more than 30 years, passed away Sunday, October 10. Kennedy was instrumental in the creation of the College Fund’s current national visibility campaign.
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American Indian College Fund Receives $5.315 Million to Support Indigenous Early Childhood Education
Denver, Colo.—October 6, 2021– The American Indian College Fund’s Indigenous Early Childhood Education program is poised to continue its work at tribal colleges and universities over the next four years thanks to a $5,315,000 grant from the Bezos Family Foundation.