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United Health Foundation Grants $430K to American Indian College Fund to Expand Tribal Scholars Program

Three-Year Program to Increase Native Student Health Scholarships to Address Health Care Disparities in Indian Country, Including Dental Health Denver, Colo., June 11, 2020— The United Health Foundation (UHF) is increasing its support of the American Indian College...

The Face of a New Time?

By Mark Saraficio, Tohono O’odham Community College GED Instructor The year 2020 was the start of a new decade. Hundreds of social media influencers across the globe stated that this year all the holidays and other special dates landed on perfect days of the week....

Statement on Race from the American Indian College Fund

I am a Native mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. The men, women, girls, and boys in my family are Indigenous. I have spent my entire life living with the possibility of violence or death aimed at myself and the people who I love the most. Every single time an...

#COVIDEquity Chat June 3 As the nation grapples with how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the higher education system, underserved populations are still being overlooked

Join the College Fund and leaders from the nation's higher education organizations for a live Twitter chat @ACTEquity on June 3, 2020, 2 p.m. EDT/11 a.m. PDT focused on how we can support our students through these changes. Cheryl Crazy Bull, President and CEO of the...

Henry Luce Foundation Grants $250,000 to American Indian College Fund to Assist Tribal College Faculty with Remote Instruction During Covid-19 Crisis

The Henry Luce Foundation granted the American Indian College Fund (the College Fund) $250,000 to provide faculty at tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) with the technology and support they need to make the transition to remote instruction during the Covid-19 crisis.

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