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History of the Fund
In the wake of the civil rights and American Indian self-determination movements of the 1960s, tribal leaders realized they would have to take control of the direction of education in order to reverse centuries of misguided and failed federal education policies.
About the American Indian College Fund:The American Indian College Fund's mission is to raise scholarship funds for American Indian students at qualified tribal colleges and universities and to generate broad awareness of those institutions and the Fund itself.
TCUs (tribal colleges and universities) serve large proportions of older students, women, those with dependent family members, first-generation college students, and many others who previously had little access to post-secondary education in their communities.
For more information about The Fund visit: www.collegefund.org
Tribal colleges receive little or no local or state tax support, so private donations are crucial. As the success of the tribal colleges grows, so does the need for private-sector support.
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American Indian College Fund
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Please join the American Indian College Fund June 4, 2009 at the Colorado History Museum for a special evening of entertainment, education, and fellowship. You will enjoy live performances by Native dancers and drum groups, a fine arts auction, and a children's crafts corner. »More
Scholarship Application Deadline May 31, 2011 Need money for college? Beginning Jan. 1, 2011, the American Indian College Fundwill be accepting applications for special scholarships to American Indian students attending tribal colleges and universities, mainstream universities and graduate programs for the 2011-2012academic year. Deadline to apply is May 31, 2011. Scholarship recipients will be notified in August. Applications are available online at
To learn more about the Fund's scholarships CLICK HERE. For Questions Relating to Scholarships feel free to contact Debra Reed or Gerald Montour at 1-800-776-3863 (toll-free)
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American Indian College Fund
- Denver, Colorado US
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