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         Native American Colleges:     more books (103)
  1. First Person, First Peoples: Native American College Graduates Tell Their Life Stories
  2. Native American Colleges: Progress and Prospects (Special Report (Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching).) by Paul Boyer, Ernest L. Boyer, 1997-06
  3. Dream Catchers: A Transfer Guide for Native American College Students with Special Assistance for Those from Tribal Colleges by Muriel M. Shishkoff, Dr. Kogee Thomas, et all 1999
  4. First Person First Peoples, Native American College Graduates Tell Their Life Stories - 1997 publication by Lous (FWD) rdrch, 1997-01-01
  5. Native Americans and College Success by John Korkow, 2009-02-18
  6. CRitical Issues Bibliography (CRIB) sheet Native American college students (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:450656) by U.S. Dept of Education, 2001
  7. Agricultural programs in Native American community colleges: Agricultural Experiment Station project #CA-D-ABS-4753-H by Jack D Forbes, 1993
  8. First Americans: An introduction to native American cultures (College custom series) by Melanie McCoy, 1996
  9. Real Indians: Portraits of Contemporary Native Americans and America's Tribal Colleges
  10. Native American Art from the Permanent Collection by Kay Koeninger, Joanne Marylynne MacK, et all 1979-06
  11. Native American Organizations: Aboriginal Universities and Colleges, American Indian Movement, Anishinaabe Tribal Treaty Administrants
  12. Music Makes a Difference in N.M.(Native American music band of a community college in New Mexico)(Brief Article): An article from: Community College Week by Jan Jonas, 2000-11-27

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3. Native American Schools And Colleges
Sources of Information on Native American Schools and Colleges. College Guide forAmerican Indians. native american colleges and College Programs on the Internet.
[Back to FAQ] [AILA home page] Sources of Information on Native American Schools and Colleges College Guide for American Indians Published annually by the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) as a special issue of its Winds of Change Tribal Colleges, Native Studies Programs and Indian Education This site has many links to schools, colleges, and organizations focused on Indian education, as well as to Indian/Native studies programs. Native American Sites Includes a page on Tribal Colleges and Indian Education. Native American Colleges and College Programs on the Internet Contains links to many colleges in Canada and the United States. It also includes information for teachers. National Indian Education Association Site for those interested in furthering the cause of improving education for Native Americans. [Return to top of page]
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INDIAN COLLEGES A-C American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) 513 Capitol Court NE - Ste 100 Washington, DC 20002 Baltimore American Indian Center 231 5 Broadway - Ste 223 Baltimore MD 21231 (410) 675-3535 or (410) 633-3407 Bay Mills Community College Rt 1 Box 315A Brimley MI 49715 (906) 248-3354 fax (906)248-3351 Blackfeet Community College Blackfeet Community College P.O. Box 819 Browning MT 56417 (406) 338-5411 Blackfeet Community College P.O. Box 819 Browning MT 56417 Buffalo State College Native American Student Services 1300 Elmwood Avenue Buffalo NY 14222 (716) 878-4631 fax (716) 878-6600 Buffalo State College Native American Student Services 1300 Elmwood Avenue Buffalo NY 14222 (716) 878-4631 fax (716) 878-6600 Cheyenne River Community College P.O. Box

6. FinAid | Other Types Of Aid | Native American Students Students
of the American Indian College Fund. They provide funds to studentsat native american colleges. For more information, call 1800
Financial Aid for Native American Students This page provides information about financial aid for Native American students, compiled with the assistance of Donovan Gomez , Executive Director of the San Juan Pueblo Department of Education. Eligibility For a student to be eligible for many Native American scholarships, such as BIA scholarships, the student should be an enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe. Otherwise funding will most likely be denied. A Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB) card or document is generally accepted proof of membership in a federally recognized tribe. Native American students with at least 50% Indian blood who were born in Canada are eligible for Title IV federal student aid under the jurisdiction of the Jay Treaty of 1794, subsequent treaties, and US Immigration Law. They are not required to obtain documentation from the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). Because of the limited number of Title IV aid applicants who are eligible under the Jay Treaty, the citizenship question on the FAFSA (question #15-16) does not have a separate response for such students. Such students should report on the FAFSA that they are "eligible non-citizens" and leave the question about the Alien Registration Number blank. They will then be required to provide the financial aid administrator at the school they attend with proof that they have 50% Native American blood and were born in Canada. This can be demonstrated by any of several documents:
  • A "band card" issued by the Band Council of a Canadian Reserve, or by the Department of Indian Affairs in Ottawa.

7. PCC Libraries: Internet Resources In Native American Studies
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Internet Resources in Native American Studies
General Resources
NativeWeb : Award-winning general Native American web site searchable by subject, geographic regions, or Nations Native American Sites : Provides access to dozens of sites organized by subject Index of Native American Resources on the Internet : A list of comprehensive resources from WWW Virtual Library Native American Indian Resources : Many links to other Native American sites on various subjects, including maps, official tribal sites Native American Links : A variety of links to Native American topics from Wild Apache
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Native American Nations : List of resources about individual native nations, listed alphabetically by tribal name Native American Organizations and Urban Indian Centers : Alphabetic list of native organizations Powwows and Festivals : Links to sites that maintain listings of upcoming powwows
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Native American Authors : Contains information about authors, their books, and in some cases, links to full text from the Internet Public Library Native Americans and the Environment : Sponsored by the Center for Conservation Biology at Rice University A Line in the Sand : Focuses on issues of cultural property and sovereignty The Mascot Issue : Links to info on use of N.A. names as sports mascots

8. Native American Colleges Distributions -- FY2003
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9. Native American Colleges Disbursements -- FY2002
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10. Native American Colleges
native american colleges Bay Mills Community College 12214 West LakeShore Drive Brimley, Michigan 49715 906248-3354 Fax 906-248-3351.
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PO Box 269 Fort Totten, North Dakota 58335 701-766-4415 Fax 701-766-4077 Si Tanka College (formerly Cheyenne River Community College) PO Box 220 Eagle Butte, South Dakota 57625 605-964-6044 Fax 605-964-1144 College of the Menominee Nation PO Box 1179 Keshena, Wisconsin 54135 715-799-4921 Fax 715-799-1308 Crownpoint Institute of Technology PO Box 849 Crownpoint, New Mexico 87313 505-786-4100 Fax 505-786-5644 D-Q University PO Box 409 Davis, California 95617 530-758-0470 Fax 530-758-4891 (Formerly Navajo Community College) PO Box 126 Tsaile, Arizona 86556 520-724-6669 Fax 520-724-3327 Dull Knife Memorial College PO Box 98 Lame Deer, Montana 59043 406-477-6215 Fax 406-477-6219 Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College 2101 14th Street Cloquet, Minnesota 55720-2964

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  • 12. Tribal Community Colleges And Related Programs
    Review University of Oklahoma Law Center. native american colleges andSchools in Canada. Institute of Indigenous Government, 342 Water
    Pick a Topic or Category Native American Nations Native American Justice Systems Indian Law Reviews Federal Laws Pending Federal Legislation Federal Agencies Supreme Court Decisions Tribal Court Decisions State Laws Codes and Constitutions Alcohol and Substance Abuse Child Abuse and Neglect Domestic Violence Indian Housing Probate in Indian Country Indian Gaming Environmental Law Native Education Newsbriefs from Indian Country Humor Traditional Law Resources Tribal Drug Court Resources Tribal Court CASA Resources Tribal Court Funding Resources Over the past few years the vast majority of Tribal Community Colleges, Native American studies programs, and American Indian Law Programs have established a presence on the world wide web. These institutions and programs represent an important additional resource for Tribal Court personnel and people in other areas of tribal governments. Through the Internet, it is now possible to establish a direct working relationship between Native American academics, Native American students, and tribal government personnel. For additional links to other Tribal Community Colleges, Native American Student Organizations and academic publications see

    13. Native American Links
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    Site Description 4Directions is a project administered by the Laguna Department of Education which focuses on integrating Native American culture and technology into education in a way that enables students to maintain and learn their heritage while taking full advantage of their future. Ableza Ableza is a Native American Arts and Film Institute dedicated to promoting, preserving and protecting traditional and contemporary arts by Native American Peoples. Aboriginal Directors Video Collection A collection of videos on issues of colonization, resistance, community and family, culture and identity, and more.... Aboriginal Head Start Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians Information about ATNI and its various committees is organized into the several categories displayed below. ATNI announcements and a calendar of events are available. We have also included web sites that may be of interest to the various tribal groups associated with ATNI. The sites are well-researched and will be regularly updated. AILA AILA is an affiliate of the American Library Association (ALA). We plan to gradually add information about what we do as well as highlights from our Newsletter and links to other Native and minority library organizations.

    14. Native American Rights Fund (NARF) Web Site * Guide - Native
    native american colleges and Universities. Bay Mills Community College Route1, Box 315A Brimley, MI 49715 (906) 248-3354 Fax (906) 248-3351.

    15. Distance Learning
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    Alaska Puts Distance Learning Technology Through Its Paces
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    Overcoming Climate, Terrain and Economics to Deliver Higher Education in Tribal Communities If “distance learning” is a matter of using technology to deliver education at a distance, Alaska is possibly the best classroom on earth. The state has more than its share of challenges in bringing higher education to its rural residents: Vast areas that cannot be reached by surface roadway or terrestrial telephone lines. Arctic temperatures that pile snow in satellite dishes and knock out microwave equipment. Permafrost too hard to allow installation of underground cables. Sparse native populations living on tens of thousands of square miles of wilderness, making build out of the network problematic.

    16. CMMR - Native American Resources
    American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) Contact informationand links for native american colleges and Universities.
    Sites and articles listed here are not necessarily endorsed by the CMMR; they are listed for informational purposes only. An additional section on Native American Language Resources is provided. Full text articles and resources are also provided. If you would like to suggest a site to be added to this listing please visit our " Submit a Site " page.
    • Alaska Native Knowledge Network
      Designed to serve as a resource for compiling and exchanging information related to Alaska Native knowledge systems and ways of knowing, including a section on 'Native Pathways to Education'.
    • The American Indian College Fund
      The American Indian College Fund is a non-profit organization launched in 1989 by the presidents of American Indian colleges. Its dual purpose is to raise awareness of the 30 Indian colleges and to generate private support to supplement the limited federal money on which the colleges operate.
    • American Indian Education
      This section of the California Department of Education Web Site is designed to assist educators in identifying the needs of American Indian students and providing them with high-quality educational opportunities, especially in schoolwide programs.
    • American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC)
      Contact information and links for Native American Colleges and Universities.

    17. Native American Resources
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    18. Tribal College Journal
    The release of the report, native american colleges Progress and Prospects, inMay created a flurry of media attention and caught the attention of several
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    by Marjane Ambler
    The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching has released a new study on the nation's tribal colleges with 10 recommendations outlining how the federal government, state agencies, the mainstream educational community, foundations, and corporations can increase their support. It also suggests what schools throughout the country should include in their curriculum to educate non-Indian students about Native American heritage, contemporary life, and governmental powers. The release of the report, Native American Colleges: Progress and Prospects, in May created a flurry of media attention and caught the attention of several foundations, just as the previous Carnegie report on the colleges had eight years ago. At a dinner at the Library of Congress where the report was released, Little Big Horn College President Janine Pease-Pretty on Top spoke about the hope that the Carnegie attention brought to the Crow Reservation in Montana. "We live in a remote part of the country where people don't like us very much....where racism cuts us to the quick sometimes, where we're just the margin of error in someone's report. We made friends because of the Carnegie report....We've been places where people slammed the doors in our face, but Dr. Ernest Boyer, a giant of a man, invited us to the table. They listened to our voice," she said. The late Ernest L. Boyer was president of the Carnegie Foundation and a commissioner of education.

    19. The Sky's The Limit
    Johnson traveled last summer to Native American tribal colleges around the countryto compare these institutions with non–native american colleges and to
    Ben Johnson photo by Andrew Campbell
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    A statue of an Apache stands on the campus of Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kan. photo by Ben Johnson On the Trail of the Tribal Colleges When senior history major Ben Johnson stepped onto the campus of the Diné College in Tsaile, Ariz., in the middle of the huge Navajo reservation, his first sight — sheep droppings — reminded him how far he was from Northwestern. On the rolling college lawn nestled in between rugged mountainsides, elderly Navajo women, known as "grazing grannies," herded their sheep.
    The American Indian Higher Education Consortium counts 32 tribal colleges serving more than 24,000 undergraduates in the United States. Johnson traveled to Arizona, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska and New Mexico to visit five of the colleges. The schools, usually located in impoverished rural communities, serve Native American youths and adults who want to further their education but do not have the money or desire to leave their reservations.
    One of the first places Johnson visited, Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kan., was not in a rural setting, of course, but it provided a striking image from the past of the changes in relations between this country and Native Americans. Founded in 1884, the college was originally a U.S. government assimilation boarding school for Native American children who studied under the slogan "Kill the Indian to Save the Man."

    20. Native American Studies HomePage
    The Claremont colleges, CA.
    Native American Studies at the Claremont Colleges

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