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Luci Tapahanso, Poet Laureate of Navajo Nation to Read from Her Work Nov. 30 to Benefit American Indian College Fund

Full day of Native American-themed events to take place at Barnes and Noble; bookstore will contribute percentage of sales to support Native college students

An Interview with Monique Moran, GED Graduate

The American Indian College Fund and Sinte Gleska University (SGU) are sharing this powerful GED story demonstrating the success of the Dollar General American Indian and Alaska Native Literacy and Adult Education Program.

American Indian College Fund Announces A New Blanket for 2019: Seven Generations

The American Indian College Fund, Pendleton Woolen Mills, the acclaimed lifestyle brand headquartered in Portland, Oregon, and Nike N7 introduce a new shared-values blanket, 7 Generations, just in time for Native American Heritage month in November.

Lannan Foundation Creates $3 Million Endowment with American Indian College Fund for Native Scholarships

Only 14% of American Indian and Alaska Native students have a college degree, less than half the rate of other groups—and one barrier to getting a higher education is often cost. Lannan Foundation of Santa Fe, New Mexico is helping to make it easier for Native students to get a college degree, thanks to a $3 million endowment it created with the American Indian College Fund.