This article originally appeared on the Aspen Institute. Manoj Patil immigrated to the United States on January 1, 2001, to continue his higher education. After graduating with his master’s degree in May 2002, Patil joined Western Iowa Tech Community College...
The American Indian College Fund team was saddened to learn of the passing of President Stephanie Hammitt. Our thoughts go out to President Hammitt’s family and friends, along with the faculty, staff, and students at FDLTCC. She will be missed.
Devastating mega forest fires and watershed contamination and other effects in the west resulting from global climate change make the work of natural resources professionals more important than ever. Salish Kootenai College (SKC), a four-year tribal college located on the Flathead Indian Reservation, began offering a Master of Science degree in Natural Resources Management in the fall of 2021 to meet this urgent need.
Denver’s Channel 9 interviewed Cheryl Crazy Bull about the College Fund’s mission and why it is important to her. College Fund student ambassador Chandra Norton also speaks about her journey from college to career.
Open Campus spoke with Cheryl Crazy Bull, President of the American Indian College Fund, about how Build Back Better will impact tribal colleges.
CCCC Head Start is welcoming their families back to the center, located at 7656 Ephriam Hill Road, for their November Family Night, Tuesday, November 30 from 5:00 – 6:30 pm! They will be celebrating Native American Heritage Month with fun filled activities, food and door prizes!
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.