How We Handle This Moment Matters.
The leadership and staff of the American Indian College Fund were saddened to hear of the passing of Dr. David Gipp Wicahpi Isnala, Lone Star, a citizen of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and the former President and Chancellor of United Tribes Technical College (UTTC), a tribal college, in Bismarck, North Dakota.
THE DENVER POST NAMES THE AMERICAN INDIAN COLLEGE FUND A WINNER OF THE COLORADO TOP WORKPLACES 2020 AWARD
Denver, Colo., September 9, 2020 — The American Indian College Fund was awarded a Top...
Cheryl Crazy Bull, President and CEO of the American Indian College Fund, will be interviewed live on Woolfer TV on Tuesday, August 25, from 3-3:30 p.m. Mountain Daylight Time.
Every decade, the most undercounted demographic as defined by the Census Bureau is American Indians…
Voting is not just a right, it’s an obligation: to yourself, your family, and your community as a good relative.
Register to Vote and Make Native Voices Heard
Voting is not just a right, it’s an obligation: to yourself, your family, and your community as a good relative. By voting in tribal, local, state, and national elections, you have a voice in choosing leadership that determines funding for schools and higher education programs, transportation, housing, health care policy, and the security of our nation. These issues have a significant impact on Native students and their communities!
In order to VOTE, you must REGISTER!
The American Indian College Fund has created a handy chart below with links for voter registration information for every state.
Find your state and click on the link provided to your state’s voter registration page to learn what you need to register, how to vote by mail if you do not have access to the polls, and deadlines. Thank you for helping to determine the future of your communities and our nation by voting!
Reports and Success
More than 1,000 students from seven tribal college and universities participated in #RealCollege Survey Native American students studying at tribal colleges and universities located in remote, rural, reservation communities experienced food and housing insecurity and...
The educational inequality that exists between the American Indian community and the rest of the nation means that many higher education institutions are failing to meet the needs of underrepresented students to help them thrive.
When I first started in my position as President of the American Indian College Fund in 2012… six years later, in 2018…