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AT&T Contributes $350K to American Indian College Fund Charity Offering Native Student Scholarships and College Readiness Programs to Increase Number of Native Americans With A Higher Education

Denver, Colo., June 30, 2020—COVID-19 had a more devastating impact on Native American communities than others. Because only 14% of American Indians and Alaska Natives have a college degree—less than half of that of other groups, the American Indian College Fund was...

United Health Foundation Grants $430K to American Indian College Fund to Expand Tribal Scholars Program

Three-Year Program to Increase Native Student Health Scholarships to Address Health Care Disparities in Indian Country, Including Dental Health Denver, Colo., June 11, 2020— The United Health Foundation (UHF) is increasing its support of the American Indian College...

American Indian College Fund Names Five Tribal College Participants for $2.4 Million Cultivating Native College Student Success Program

In order to remain sustainable, tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) located on or near Indian reservations, must recruit, complete enrollment, retain and graduate Native American students.

Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe College Approved to Offer Bachelor Degree Programs

Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe College (LCOOC) has recently been authorized to offer fully accredited bachelor degree programs: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Bachelor of Science in Human Services.