The American Indian College Fund has appointed two tribal college presidents and two private sector professionals to its governing board of trustees.
National Native Scholarship Providers Statement on Affirmative Action: Concerns for Continued Native Student Access to Higher Education and Programs
The four organizations that comprise the National Native Scholarships Providers (the American Indian College Fund, the American Indian Science and Engineering Society, the Cobell Scholarship Program administered by Indigenous Education, Inc., and Native Forward Scholars Fund) are disheartened by the June 29th Supreme Court ruling on affirmative action.
Stone Child College is highlighting “non-traditional” student Jason Rosette as an example of why the school’s Vision 2025 plan is important. Read about Jason’s academic accomplishments and how SCC hopes to help him, and other students, embrace their dreams and become community leaders.
College of Menominee Nation’s Teacher Education Program Receives Grant to Support Indigenous Early Childhood Education from American Indian College Fund
June 26, 2023 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Michaela Welch email@example.com College of Menominee Nation’s Teacher Education Program Receives Grant to Support Indigenous Early Childhood Education from American Indian College Fund The funding assists Tribal...
American Indian College Fund President and CEO Co-Authors Chapter on Native Higher Education in the Northern Plains
American Indian College Fund President and CEO Cheryl Crazy Bull co-authored a chapter in the recently released book “On Indian Ground – A Return to Indigenous Knowledge: Generating Hope, Leadership, and Sovereignty Through Education.” This work, focused on the Northern Plains, is one of a ten-book series from Information Age Publishing that explores American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian education in different regions.
Travis Richard (Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe) has been named as the 2023 winner of the American Indian College Fund’s (College Fund) Two-Spirit and LGBTQ+ Initiatives T-Shirt Design Contest. The goal of this contest was to raise visibility of 2SLGBTQ+ identity at tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) as well as in Native communities.
American Indian College Fund Hosts Summer of Success Conference Virtual conference will prepare students for a meaningful college experience June 7, 2023, Denver, Colo.— The American Indian College Fund (College Fund) Student Success Services team will be hosting its...
American Indian College Fund to Host Denver Indigenous Food Event June 14 Featuring Four Indigenous Celebrity Chefs to Benefit Native American College Students
American Indian College Fund to Host Denver Indigenous Food Event June 14 Featuring Four Indigenous Celebrity Chefs to Benefit Native American College Students Denver, Colo., May 31, 2023-- Can you imagine a world without chocolate, blueberries, or guacamole? Neither...
American Indian College Fund and United Health Foundation Announce $1.6 Million Program to Increase Healthcare Diversity
American Indian College Fund and United Health Foundation Announce $1.6 Million Program to Increase Healthcare Diversity Diversity in Health Care Scholarship Program to reduce ongoing health disparities in Native communities and diversify workforce. Denver, Colorado,...
Denver Post Names American Indian College Fund a 2023 Colorado Top Workplace for Fifth Consecutive Year
The American Indian College Fund (the College Fund) has been awarded a Top Workplaces 2023 honor by Denver Post Top Workplaces. This is the College Fund’s fifth consecutive year on the list, which is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third-party survey administered by employee engagement technology partner Energage LLC.