News and Media
A catalog and archive of the American Indian College Fund media mentions
In the News & Media Mentions
Minnesota TCU Expanding Campus with Grant
AT&T Gift of Sanitary Supplies Offers Relief to TCUs
The University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign announced a series of planned reforms to make amends for the legacy of its mascot.
Carlos Santana’s Website
Carlos Santana cares about the work and supports the College Fund
MSN – The Cut
The Oracle – OPINION Department of Anthropology statement positive move in repair.
OPINION: Tribal colleges, lifeline to rural and disenfranchised Native communities, need our help more than ever
Inside Higher Ed
Innovating and Adapting: Tribal Colleges in the Pandemic
Colorado Public News
Tribal Colleges Face Multiple Challenges in Economic Wake of COVID
Indigenous Peoples’ Day 2020: How it Began and How to Celebrate
The Harvard Gazette
Law School students want to blaze trails for those who will follow
The Christian Science Monitor
As Native freshman enrollment falls sharply, tribal colleges respond
One of 27 organizations that are working every day to make the world a more habitable, just, and equitable place for everyone.
Montana Public Radio
Harvard Law Student Focused on Community Service
A giving campaign supported by the Native Ways Foundation highlights the importance of supporting Native-led non-profits throughout the month of May. Beginning May 1 and culminating on Native Nonprofit Day May 20, the campaign will raise awareness about how Native non-profits make a greater impact on Native communities.
What happened at boarding schools was not education. Native people have always educated— and continue to educate—our youth in our languages, medicine, soil management, forestry, watershed management, animal husbandry, meteorology, astronomy, navigation, self-governance, and more.
The American Indian College Fund invests in education and the visibility of Indigenous people through its scholarship and education programs, its visibility campaign This is Indian Country, and its public education programs that demonstrate how others can support the visibility, equity, and inclusion of Native people nationwide.