Tribal Colleges contribute $ millions to economy April 24, 2013
North Dakota TCs Have Positive Economic Impact on State
BISMARCK (UTN) – Having five tribal colleges in the state means millions of dollars for the North Dakota economy. Last year tribal colleges generated $182 million in the state.
Senate passes bipartisan bill making college more affordable April 23, 2013
The state senate achieved bipartisan agreement last week with the passage of the Higher Education Omnibus Bill. In total, the state would invest an additional $263 million into Minnesota colleges, universities and the state’s student grant program.
IAIA Honors Distinguished Alumni During 2013 Commencement April 19, 2013
Continuing to fulfill its mission to empower creativity and leadership in Native Arts and cultures through higher education, the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) will honor two of the most successful American Indian artists and authors at its 2013 commencement.
Fort Belknap Reservation, White Clay Language is Spoken April 16, 2013
Fort Belknap Reservation is the only place in the world where the White Clay language is spoken. In addition to the uniqueness of the language, the White Clay Immersion School is unique because it is based at a tribal college: Aaniiih Nakoda College. Over the past 40 years, the tribal college movement has led the fight for educational self-determination among Indian people. The creation of tribal college-immersion school partnerships represents the next important movement for Indian education.
Tribal colleges contribute millions of dollars to North Dakota economy April 15, 2013
Minot Daily News - Having five tribal colleges in the state means millions of dollars for the North Dakota economy. Last year tribal colleges generated $182 million in the state, according to a recently released report.
That was the total impact of direct and secondary spending by the colleges and their students identified in a report commissioned by the North Dakota Association of Tribal Colleges.
Tribal colleges disappointed by workforce funding cut April 14, 2013
Tribal college officials are disappointed by a lower appropriation for a Native workforce training bill before the state House.
However, they still support Senate Bill 2218, saying it creates a plan that will lower unemployment on the reservations.