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Equitable Funding

July 31: Ask Your National Lawmakers to Re-authorize the FUTURE Act for TCUs

Fostering Undergraduate Talent by Unlocking Resources (FUTURE) Act (S. 1279 and H.R. 2486)

Background: Tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) were established by Native leaders to provide quality, affordable, and geographically accessible education and cultural training to their communities.

The Challenge: TCUs depend upon the FUTURE Act for funding for essential services, including:

  • Construction/Renovation: Construction of new buildings; renovation of existing buildings; campus expansion
  • Infrastructure: IT hardware and cyber-security upgrades
  • Student Support Services: Tutoring; writing and math labs; retention and recruitment programs; other wraparound services; funding for support staff
  • Campus Safety: Security cameras and outdoor lighting
  • Faculty: Hiring and support of credentialed faculty in key fields
  • Professional Development: Faculty and staff for professional development required for licensing and accreditation
  • Accreditation: Achieving and maintaining compliance
  • Native Language/Culture: Investment in innovative and critically needed programming; academic and community based language fluency programs
  • Academic Programs: Development of new programs in high demand and emerging fields
  • Library Service: Purchase of new and online books and subscriptions; digitization of archives and tribal records
  • Endowments: Establishment of, and contribution to, endowments for student scholarships, faculty, and long-term sustainability

Take Action! Call your U.S. Senator and Representative on Wednesday, July 31!

  • Tell them TCU students are depending upon re-authorization of the Strengthening Institutions-Tribal College Program (HEA Title III-Part F) to continue to receive important services at their colleges.
  • See a sample phone script and look up your U.S. Senator and Congressperson's contact information on AIHEC's special web page.

Request Funding for Land Grant Programs and Institutions

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