Preserving Natural Resources
Strengthening environmental science opportunities for students.
The College Fund invests in the TCUs that are engaged in strengthening their environmental science opportunities for students. It provides support for TCUs that are working with Native communities to develop and implement research initiatives and innovative collaborations. The goal is to help students learn to preserve natural resources, address environmental and climate issues, and strategically steward their resources to align with cultural and tribal connections to land, water, animals, and air.
Environmental Stewardship Initiatives
Scholarly Emergence for Environmental Design and Stewardship (SEEDS)
Early Childhood Education
Native Culture and Language Preservation
Infrastructure involves design, implementation, and sustainability of systems and structures. We support tribal colleges and universities expanding their education offerings for students in this area, with opportunities to create well-designed learning spaces with the appropriate equipment, and to sustain or expand infrastructure.
Student and Institutional Success
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Tohono O’odham Community College’s First Student to Complete the College Credit Pathway for High School Equivalency
By Delores Saraficio, TOCC GED/HSE Instructor The state of Arizona currently has three pathways to earn a high school...
By Kateri Montileaux, OLC GED Director Although TCUs are still dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic along with the rest...
by Sherman Marshall, Adult Basic Education Director, and Linda Boes, GED Tutor Throughout her 17 years at Sinte...
The American Indian College Fund’s Strategic Planning and Building TCU ECE Family Engagement Grant provides TCUs...