American Indian College Fund News
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Cheryl Crazy Bull to Discuss Presidential Community College Initiative On-Air
January 30, 2015
Cheryl Crazy Bull, President and CEO of the American Indian College Fund, will be interviewed on the radio program Native America Calling on Monday, February 2 at 11 a.m. Mountain Time. She will be discussing President Obama's Community College Initiative and the importance of tribal colleges, along with Russ McDonald, President of United Tribes Technical College and William Mendoza, White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education.
College Fund Recruits New Faculty Fellowships Program Officer
January 12, 2015
Makomenaw comes to the College Fund from Montana State University, where he was an assistant professor of Native American Studies. Prior to his position in Montana, he served as the director of the American Indian Resource Center at the University of Utah. He also served as a graduate assistant with the ASHE/Lumina Fellows Program at Michigan State University, and was the director of Native American Programs at Central Michigan University.
College Fund President Addresses Association of Community College Trustees
December 22, 2014
: This fall American Indian College Fund president and CEO Cheryl Crazy Bull addressed the Association of Community College Trustees. You can view her speech here to learn about American Indians in higher education, the history of the founding of tribal colleges and universities, and the important role they play in providing Native Americans with access to a higher education while revitalizing Native communities.
Why Tribal Colleges Matter: Our Response to The Hechinger Report
December 16, 2014
Cheryl Crazy Bull, President and CEO of the American Indian College Fund, wrote a response to both The Hechinger Report and The Atlantic in regard to an article both magazines published by the writer, Sarah Butrymowicz, which stated that tribal colleges were a poor return on taxpayer money. The College Fund presents the full statistics and socioeconomic details to support why tribal colleges are not only important in the lives of Native students, but are also making a tremendous impact.
2013-14 Annual Report Now Available
December 15, 2014
Read about the difference the American Indian College Fund has made in the lives of Native American students and at the tribal colleges and universities that serve them, thanks to your support, in our 25th anniversary annual report.
American Indian College Fund to Honor Denver Native Elders at Holiday Dinner
November 21, 2014
In American Indian tradition, elders are esteemed for their guidance and are considered to be sacred. To honor Denver-area American Indian elders, the American Indian College Fund (the College Fund) will host a holiday dinner on Tuesday, December 2 from 5:30-8:00 p.m. at The Cable Center, the University of Denver, 2000 Buchtel Boulevard in Denver, Colorado. Doors open for dinner at 5:30 p.m. The event is free to all American Indians age 55 and older.
The dinner includes a traditional feast of buffalo and entertainment. The emcee for the event is Cordell KillsCrow. An Indian Santa played will distribute goody bags and hams and the Mile High Singers drum group will perform.
American Indian College Fund Committed to Integrity
November 19, 2014
This giving season and all year, the American Indian College Fund (the College Fund) knows that you have many choices with regard to your charity donations. The College Fund adheres to the highest standards of integrity and transparency with regard to its fundraising activities and service of Native American people and communities.