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Donor Support Stories

Each year, thousands of individual, corporate, foundation and Indian tribal donors donate to the American Indian College Fund. Our students' success is attributable to their generosity. We're pleased to highlight some of their stories here.

  • Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company
    The Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company Foundation has been extending its support to the American Indian College Fund for 20 years by providing scholarships through the Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company Foundation Tribal College Scholarship Program for American Indian students enrolled full-time in an associate's degree program at one of the following tribal colleges and universities: Sisseton Wahpeton College, Sinte Gleska University, Oglala Lakota College, Diné College and Navajo Technical College. Scholarship recipients must also be single parents and/or in their first year of study.
  • Sprint Nextel Tribal College Scholarship Program Sprint Nextel Tribal College Scholarship Program
    Sprint Nextel has established a partnership with the American Indian College Fund to help address the financial challenges realized by American Indian students and to increase the number of educated, employable Native graduates.
  • State Farm Companies State Farm Companies
    Almost 20 years ago, the State Farm Companies Foundation formed the State Farm Companies Foundation Teacher Training Initiative with the American Indian College Fund. This program was designed to provide scholarships to American Indian students enrolled in teacher training programs at the nation's tribal colleges and universities (TCUs). The Fund works directly with the TCUs to select students that display academic excellence, leadership skills and a commitment to community service to participate in the program.
  • Sysco Corporation Sysco Corporation
    Sysco Corporation donated $15,000 to the American Indian College Fund to support the Sysco Corporation Tribal College Scholarship Program.