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Bard College in Hudson, New York, has received a cumulative $50 million from two charity foundations to support the development and expansion of its Indigenous Studies program.
 
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American Indian College Fund President and CEO Cheryl Crazy Bull has been named a member of the newly created Thrive Leaders Network by the Kresge Foundation.

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Princeton University announced on Thursday it is expanding financial assistance to undergraduate students whose household income is less than $100,000. They will not have to pay anything to attend the university.

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The University of Montana is streamlining the financial aid process for Native students this fall, part of a multi-phase equity project funded by the Gates Foundation.

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For many Native American students, college can seem like an out-of-reach dream due to the cost of tuition and other expenses. This sentiment has been amplified in a recently released report from four leading Native scholarship providers. 

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President Biden announced this week that the federal government would cancel up to $20,000 each for millions of borrowers who have federal student loans. That’s welcome news for many Native Americans saddled with student loan debt — a reality despite the widely believed misconception that all Indigenous students can earn a post-secondary degree for free.

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HAYWARD, Wisc.— After 40 years, a northern Wisconsin tribal community college has a new name, expanded mission and two newly accredited master’s degree programs offered by the school. 

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The Biden administration announced Tuesday that it would no longer charge students of ITT Technical Institute (ITT) for $3.9 billion in federal student loans.

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The University of Phoenix has announced a scholarship for Native students, in collaboration with the Native American Basketball Invitational (NABI).

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Haskell Indian Nations University has received the largest research award ever granted by the National Science Foundation to a Tribal college or university.