Jalynn Eagle, 18, a recent graduate of Crow Creek High School, signed her letter of intent to play at the Little Priest Tribal College in Winnebago, Nebraska for the 2016 – 2017 season.
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Diné College is introducing three new bachelor degree programs this fall as part of a plan to expand the number of undergraduate degrees offered.
Davean Yazzie, from Tuba City High School, signs a letter of intent to play basketball at Little Bighorn Horn College. He accepted a full-ride scholarship to play at the tribal college.
Salish Kootenai College (SKC) is one of seven minority-serving, postsecondary institutions selected to receive nearly $2.3 million in grants from USA Funds to improve student outcomes. More specifically, the grant is earmarked for the development and application of data tools and institutional practices that enhance completion rates and the career readiness of first-generation, low-income, and (more)
Verna Fowler shaped the college from the ground up in the early 1990s, making it one of two remaining tribal colleges in Wisconsin today.
After more than a decade of involvement in tribal politics, including holding the position of White Earth Nation Chair, Vizenor began her new job as Leech Lake Tribal College’s president last week.
The Institute of American Indian Arts’ (IAIA) Low Residency MFA in Creative Writing Program has announced the lineup for its 2016 Summer Writers Festival. The festival will take place July 23-30. Readings will begin each evening at 6:00 pm in the IAIA auditorium in the Library and Technology Center, located at 83 Avan Nu Po (more)
Watch this video of Leech Lake Tribal College as faculty, students, staff and community members celebrate 25 years of tribal college success.
U.S. Senators Tom Udall (D-N.M.), Jon Tester (D-Mont.) and Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.) introduced the legislation, which enables tribal colleges and universities to serve as business incubators.
The 47th Annual United Tribes Technical College Powwow is set for September 9-11 at Lone Star Arena on the college campus in Bismarck. It is the summer season’s last, large outdoor event on the Northern Great Plains powwow circuit. The event is open to the public and everyone is invited and welcome. Known as “Home (more)