College Fund Articles

Faculty Fellowship Helps Professor Nurture an Indigenous Teaching Style

Tashina Emery’s entire teaching philosophy was changed thanks to a fellowship from the American Indian College Fund.

American Indian College Fund Announces Five-Year Grant Totaling More Than $38 Million to Help Increase Native Student Enrollment, Retention, and Career Readiness at 25 Tribal Colleges and Universities

American Indian College Fund Announces Five-Year Grant Totaling More Than $38 Million to Help Increase Native Student Enrollment, Retention, and Career Readiness at 25 Tribal Colleges and Universities

The American Indian College Fund is honored to receive more than $38 million in grant funding from Lilly Endowment Inc. to support “Culture at the Heart: An Indigenous Approach to Enrollment and Retention.” This program supports efforts to improve the educational attainment of American Indian and Alaska Native students at 25 tribal colleges and universities.

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CAP, American Indian College Fund Kick Off Series Demonstrating How Investment in Tribal Colleges and Universities Builds Stronger Native Communities.

CAP, American Indian College Fund Kick Off Series Demonstrating How Investment in Tribal Colleges and Universities Builds Stronger Native Communities.

In the first column in a series on Tribal colleges and universities (TCUs), the Center for American Progress partnered with the American Indian College Fund to examine how expanded funding for Tribal colleges and universities would help protect highly endangered languages, address systemic poverty, ensure Native students have access to a wide range of careers, and upgrade school infrastructure to assure safe classrooms and housing for students.

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