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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.

The Next Generation of Indigenous Knowledge-Keepers

Shelterforce Magazine, a publication for people in the development field, has published an article about the American Indian College Fund’s place-based Indigenous Visionaries program.

Alumni of Tribal Colleges and Universities Better Their Communities

The educational inequality that exists between the American Indian community and the rest of the nation means that many higher education institutions are failing to meet the needs of underrepresented students to help them thrive.

Free Webinar June 3 on College Fund’s College-Going Guidebook for Native Students

Education professionals working with Native American high school students can attend a free webinar on Monday, June 3 at 2 p.m. EDT, introducing Native Pathways: A College-Going Guidebook, a new, culturally relevant