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The American Indian College Fund offers support to American Indian students so they can stay in school and graduate.



The American Indian College Fund invests in Native students and tribal college education to transform lives and communities.
  • Education
    Educational Programs
    Scholarships

The American Indian College Fund supports American Indian students through scholarships and programmatic support so they can stay in school and graduate. And the need is great. Currently, only 13.8% of American Indians have a college degree. What’s even more alarming is that data suggests 65% of all jobs will require a post-secondary education by 2020. The American Indian College Fund is here to ensure all Native people have an equal chance at securing a self-sufficient future.