Blog Articles

Congratulations to Our Graduates

On behalf of the American Indian College Fund, we congratulate American Indian and Alaska Native college graduates. Your persistence while confronting a year that was like no other demonstrated your strength and will to succeed. Your commitment is an inspiration to your families, your communities, and all of us. Your ancestors are proud of you. We see you, we honor your achievements, and we wish you the best of everything in the futures that await you. Cheryl Crazy Bull, President and CEO, American Indian College Fund

Spring Resurgence: GED classrooms open to students

The Oglala Lakota College Community Continuing Education/GED department is slowly transitioning out of online-only programming as the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic lessen. Now more than one GED student at a time can be in the college centers, as long as there is still only one student and tutor per classroom.

College Fund and Its Scholars Share How—and Why—to Make Higher Ed More Accessible for Native Students

American Indian College Fund scholars Samantha Maltais, Tori McConnell, and other Native American college students and alumni weigh in on what mainstream higher education institutions can do to make reparations for taking Native land.

Cheryl Crazy Bull to Speak about Education Access at CARE Tuesday Talk June 1

Cheryl Crazy Bull will join a national conversation about the importance of promoting women and girls’ access to education, hosted by CARE. We hope you will join us for the CARE Tuesday Talk on Tuesday, June 1, at 12 noon EDT. The event is free and open to the public....