American Indian College Fund News
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College Fund Staff Shares Ways to Improve Native Student Success at NIEA
October 7, 2016
American Indians and Alaska Natives (AIAN) have the lowest higher education attainment rates for people age 25 and older in the United States. Several American Indian College Fund professionals shared their expertise for improving Native student academic success at the 47th National Indian Education Association Convention.
Salt Partners with College Fund to Empower Underserved Students Planning and Paying for College
September 22, 2016
Salt®, the best-in-class education-consumer literacy program provided by the nonprofit American Student Assistance®, is pleased to announce a partnership with the American Indian College Fund (the College Fund) to support tribal colleges and universities nationwide in offering money management advice, personalized student loan help, and straightforward budgeting tools free-of-charge to students and alumni.
College Fund Joins Penn Center for Minority Serving Institutions in Campaign
September 6, 2016
The American Indian College Fund (the College Fund) joins The Penn Center for Minority Serving Institutions (CMSI) and its partners in announcing a new data-driven national campaign focused on spreading factual awareness of the return on investment (ROI) of Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).
College Fund President to Advise Project on Native Perceptions
August 30, 2016
Cheryl Crazy Bull, American Indian College Fund President and CEO, will lend her expertise on a 20-person advisory committee of Native leaders, influential stakeholders, and racial equity experts for an unprecedented national project to bring Native Americans out of the shadows of public consciousness.
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Education is Social Justice
June 10, 2016
Malcolm Macleod, President of the Johnson Scholarship Foundation, supports scholarships as a social justice tool for equity in higher education.
College Fund Honored in NYC for Native Cultural Festival
May 23, 2016
Drums Along the Hudson, a New York non-profit organization that sponsors an annual music and multi-cultural festival in celebrating American Indian contributions to the environment and culture, has named the American Indian College Fund as one of its 2016 honorees.