American Indian College Fund Conducts Unique Student Support Services Research at Tribal Colleges and Universities The study examines how TCUs define and achieve student success. April18, 2023, Denver, Colo. — The American Indian College Fund (College Fund) is...
American Indian College Fund to Host NYC Indigenous Food Event Featuring Five Indigenous Celebrity Chefs
American Indian College Fund to Host NYC Indigenous Food Event Featuring Five Indigenous Celebrity Chefs May 2 EATSS Event to Benefit Native American College Students Denver, Colo., April 14, 2023--Can you imagine a world without chocolate, blueberries, or guacamole?...
American Indian College Fund Announces Tribal College Faculty Fellows Pursuing Masters and Terminal Degrees
The American Indian College Fund (College Fund) is supporting 28 tribal college and university (TCU) faculty and staff pursuing master or doctoral degrees with grants totaling $406,975. Funding from several fellowship programs helps build greater educational expertise in Indian Country and the academic capacity of the 35 TCUs the College Fund supports.
Marathon Petroleum contributed $100,000 to the American Indian College Fund’s (College Fund) Future Energy Professionals Project to provide scholarships and academic and career services to Native college students pursuing post-secondary credentials at tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) in New Mexico and North Dakota. The focus of the program is on students who plan to enter energy fields, where Native people are underrepresented.
American Indian College Fund Research Develops Preliminary Framework for Tribal College Sustainability
The American Indian College Fund (College Fund) is releasing three briefs with findings from a three-part research project on tribal colleges and universities it conducted in 2020-21. The focus of the research includes tribal college and university (TCU) student support services, program development and review, and sustainability.
The American Indian College Fund is announcing the open call for submissions for “Honoring Those Who Hold Us: An Elder Story Series,” a new storytelling series to focus on the ways in which grandparents and elders have supported countless education journeys throughout Indian Country.
The American Indian College Fund launched its $2.25 million Wounspekiya Unspewicakiyapi Native Teacher Education Program to support Native teacher recruitment, development, and retention with the goal of increasing the number of Native students pursuing a teaching career.
“Many Nations” The Latest American Indian College Fund Student-Designed Pendleton Blanket, Now Available For Purchase
Pendleton Woolen Mills, the acclaimed lifestyle brand of Portland, Oregon, together with the Denver-based American Indian College Fund, has announced that the winning Tribal College Blanket Design for 2022, Many Nations, is now available for purchase in Pendleton’s American Indian College Fund collection.
American Indian College Fund Honors 35 Tribal College Students of the Year and Dr. Michael Oltrogge, President, Nebraska Indian Community College, as Tribal College and University Honoree of the Year
The American Indian College Fund honored 35 tribal college and university students with 2022-23 Student of the Year awards and scholarships, and Dr. Michael Oltrogge, President of Nebraska Indian Community College, with its 2022-23 Tribal College and University Honoree of the Year at a ceremony held Sunday, March 5 at the Albuquerque Convention Center in New Mexico.
Tashina Emery’s entire teaching philosophy was changed thanks to a fellowship from the American Indian College Fund.