tribal colleges and universities

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Gallup, American Indian College Fund Survey Report: Tribal Colleges and Universities Offer Unique Approach to American Indian Student Success

By Dina Horwedel - August 28, 2019

Download a copy of the report here. Affordable, Culturally Relevant Tribally Chartered Institutions Help…

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Rx for Healing in Indian Country: Cultural Competency

By Dina Horwedel - June 13, 2019

(from left) A scholar from another organization at the forum, Carlene Black, Danelle Cooper, and…

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American Indian College Fund Awards More Than $17K of “Think Indian” Grants to Support the Vibrancy of Native American Students Nationwide

By Dina Horwedel - May 8, 2019

The American Indian College Fund’s “Think Indian” Community Awareness program awarded seven non-profit, accredited colleges…

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A Conference That Ignites Connections

By Dina Horwedel - April 25, 2019

By Govinda Budrow, Education Instructor, Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College A team of in service and pre-service teachers…

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American Indian College Fund Staff Publish Article on Role of Place and Ecology in Tribal Colleges and Universities

By Dina Horwedel - April 3, 2019

International Review of Media From curricula to campuses, tribal colleges and universities, which serve communities…

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Threading the Needle from Theorist to STEM

By Dina Horwedel - March 27, 2019

By Cheryl LaRose, former Early Childhood Chair and For the Wisdom of the Children Project Director, Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community…

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Sinte Gleska University Connects GED Classroom to Community, Culture

By Dina Horwedel - March 26, 2019

In 2019 the Sinte Gleska University Adult Basic Education (ABE) Department began offering community-based learning opportunities. The program introduces and…

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Support the College Fund to Ensure Equitable Access to College

By Dina Horwedel - March 18, 2019

We find the actions of the parents in the…

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Meet Oglala Lakota College’s New Community Continuing Education/GED Program Team Members

By Dina Horwedel - February 19, 2019

By Kateri L. Montileaux, Director of Community Continuing Education/GED Program Oglala Lakota College has launched its Dollar General American Indian…

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Creating Visibility and Healthy Learning Environments for Native Americans in Higher Education

By Dina Horwedel - February 1, 2019

Download the Creating Visibility and Healthy Learning Environments for Natives in Higher Education Report…

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Native Children Living on Salish Sea Meet and Greet Sea Creatures

By Dina Horwedel - December 5, 2018

By Christine Edwards, Teacher, Northwest Indian College In early November, the Salish Sea Research Center team from Northwest Indian College…

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College Fund/Dollar General Remove Obstacles for Students Seeking GED

By Dina Horwedel - November 19, 2018

By Kateri Montileaux, OLC Director of Community Continuing Education and GED The Community Continuing Education/GED department of Oglala Lakota College…

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Our Programs

For the Wisdom of the Children: Strengthening the Teacher of Color Pipeline

By Amita Manandhar - September 28, 2018

A child dips her feet in Wheatfields Lake on the Navajo Reservation at sunrise and wonders what lies beneath.  A…

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College Fund SEEDS Logo Symbolizes Stewardship and Growth

By Kendra Teague - April 16, 2018

The growth and continuity of our home the Earth, as well as an eco-system, a seed, a student or a…

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Meet Our 2017 Summer Research Interns

By Amita Manandhar - July 24, 2017

The Tribal College and University research interns. Corryn Pōsōh, māwaw new weyak, Corryn Besaw newīhswan mesek Wāqnemōhsaeh…

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President's Blog

Are Tribal Colleges A Product of School Choice or Segregation?

By Dina Horwedel - February 28, 2017

Are tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) the result of de facto segregation? Currently in higher education there is considerable…

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