Press Releases

Announcments from the College Fund and TCUs

Tribal College Celebrates Menominee Restoration Through Education

The College of Menominee Nation (CMN) will celebrate its 30th anniversary with the theme of Restoring Nations Through Education, highlighting significant milestones in its history.

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College of Menominee Nation Renews Transfer Agreement with UW-Madison

Local students are able to transfer to larger institution upon graduation

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Cheryl Crazy Bull, President and CEO of American Indian College Fund, to Speak July 22 with Tribal Leaders Addressing Native American Intergenerational Poverty and Mobility

Poverty disproportionately impacts Native American families for systemic reasons, and disparities in poverty rates recur across generations. Cheryl Crazy Bull, President and CEO of the American Indian College Fund, will speak with other tribal leaders online about how the harmful effects of living in poverty during childhood can entrench families and communities in its cycles, transmitting poverty from one generation to the next.

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Cankdeska Cikana Community College (CCCC) Adult Learning Center celebrates student success!

Since fall of 2019 to spring of 2022, the CCCC Adult Learning Center had twenty-three community members complete the GED testing.

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College of Menominee Nation 2022 Commencement

The College’s annual celebration will be held at Menominee Casino Resort

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Dr. Dawn Frank Selected As New OLC President

On behalf of the Oglala Lakota College Board of Trustees, I am announcing that Dr. Dawn Frank was selected to be the new President of Oglala Lakota College,” stated OLC Board President Dennis Brewer. “Dr. Frank’s start date as the new President is July 18th”, added Mr. Brewer.

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American Indian College Fund Releases Strategic Plan for 2022-2026

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The Mellon Foundation Awards $2,585,000 to American Indian College Fund

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Emily White Hat, American Indian College Fund VP of Programs, Delivers Proctor Academy 2022 Keynote Address

Emily White Hat (Sicangu Lakota), the VP of Programs at the American Indian College Fund and a member of the Proctor Academy board of trustees, delivered the keynote to the graduating class of 2022 on May 28.

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American Indian College Fund to Host Summer of Success Virtual Conference June 21-23, 2022

Free program is open to students from high school to graduate school and education professionals serving Indigenous students.

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