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American Indian College Fund Congratulates Tribal College Faculty and Staff Completing Master’s and Terminal Degrees

Denver, Colo.—August 4, 2020– The American Indian College Fund is announcing the graduation of seven tribal college and university faculty members who participated in the College Fund’s Mellon Master’s and Mellon Faculty Career Enhancement programs. Both programs...

American Indian College Fund Awarded $50,000 Rise Prize

July 28, 2020 Denver, Colo.— The American Indian College Fund was awarded a $50,000 Rise Prize to create both a higher education cohort of Native student mothers and programming that is responsive to their unique needs as college students. The program will be called...

American Indian College Fund Supports Resolution to Restore Olympic Record to Legendary Native American Athlete Jim Thorpe

July 29, 2020 Denver, Colo.— The American Indian College Fund is supporting the movement, which includes a resolution introduced by U.S. Congresswoman Deb Haaland (D-New Mexico), to compel the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to posthumously restore the sole 1912...

2018-19 Annual Report Now Available

Read about the difference the American Indian College Fund has made in the lives of Native American students and at the tribal colleges and universities that serve them, thanks to your support, in our 25th anniversary annual report.

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