TRIBAL COLLEGE JOURNAL

Building a Tribal Extension Program with Community Engagement: A Case Study

The Navajo Technical University (NTU) Land grant Program has been building community focused horticultural extension for the past five years. The long-term goals are to develop an extension program that will serve as a hub of Navajo- and Native-specific agricultural information and conversation,

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Why Are Tribal College Students Slow to Ask for Financial Aid?

Hundreds of students at tribal colleges and universities who need financial aid are waiting until the last minute to ask for it, according to report released this week from the Center for Community College Student Engagement at the University of Texas at Austin.

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American Indian College Fund Reports on Higher Education Equity for Natives

According to the AICF, currently American Indians and Alaska Natives face a college access and completion crisis. Only 14 percent of them age 25 and older have a college degree – less than half of that of other groups in the United States.

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