American Indian College Fund - Annual Report - 2021-2022 - The Circle Continues - 4 Pager

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ANNUAL REPORT 2021–22

THE CIRCLE CONTINUES

Our Commitment to You:

For 33 years, the American Indian College Fund has been committed to transparency and accountability while serving our students, tribal colleges, universities, and communities. We consistently receive top ratings from independent charity evaluators.

• We earned the Best in America Seal of Excellence from the Independent Charities of America. Of the one million charities operating in the United States, fewer than 2,000 organizations have been awarded this seal.

• The College Fund meets the Standards for Charity Accountability of the Better Business Bureau’s Wise Giving Alliance.

• The College Fund received a Gold Seal of Transparency from Guidestar.

• The College Fund consistently receives high ratings from Charity Navigator.

For more ratings and information, please visit https://collegefund.org/about-us/

How Your Donations Are Used: Fulfilling Our Mission give.org ® 74% Expenditures that are Scholarships, Programs, and Public Education 22% Expenditures that are Fundraising 4% Expenditures that are General Administration

Total number of scholarships awarded since 1989: 153,890

Total number of students served since 1989: 128,700

Total dollar amount of scholarships awarded since 1989:

Total

The American Indian College Fund has 258 unique scholarship programs

Total number of students served in 2021-22:

Total dollar amount of scholarships awarded in 2021-22: $13,125,000

Total dollar amount of direct student support other than scholarships awarded in 2021-22:

Number of firstgeneration scholars served in 2021-22:

We Help Native Scholars
How
$148,528,000
Since 1989 $ $
dollar amount of direct student support other than scholarships awarded since 1989: $9,974,000 Our Impact 2021-22 Our Impact
3,213
$920,000
1,892
Top Five Majors of Our Scholars Business
Liberal
General
Early
$
dollar amount of all student support provided
$158,502,000
of
$14,045,000 $
or 58.9% of students
Administration
Arts
Studies
Childhood Education American Indian/Native American Studies
Total
since 1989:
Total dollar amount
all student support awarded in 2021-22:

Satellite Campuses

Tribal Colleges and Universities

12 13 15 17 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 32 34 35 14 16 18 33 1 3 4 6 7 10 11 8 19 21 29 5 9 31 20 30c 30h30b 33a 34a 25a 33e 2a 2e 2d 22b 2c 5b 5a 6a 15a 20b 20a 20c 22a 2b 25b 25c 25d 26a 26b 30a 30d 30e 30f 30g 30i 30j 31b 31a 33d 33b 33c 33f 35a 35b 35c 35d 17a 17b 3a 3c 3d 3b 2 22c 22d Alaska 1 Iḷisaġvik College, Barrow* Arizona 2 Diné College, Tsaile* 2a Chinle 2b Crownpoint, New Mexico 2c Shiprock, New Mexico 2d Tuba City 2e Window Rock 3 Tohono O’odham Community College, Sells 3a Milepost 115.5, Sells 3b Milepost 125.5, Sells 3c Phoenix 3d San Carlos Kansas 4 Haskell Indian Nations University, Lawrence* Michigan 5 Bay Mills Community College, Brimley* 5a Petoskey 5b Sault Ste. Marie 6 Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College, Baraga 6a L’Anse 7 Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College, Mount Pleasant Minnesota 8 Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College, Cloquet 9 Leech Lake Tribal College, Cass Lake 10 Red Lake Nation College, Red Lake 11 White Earth Tribal and Community College, Mahnomen Montana 12 Aaniiih Nakoda College, Harlem* 13 Blackfeet Community College, Browning* 14 Chief Dull Knife College, Lame Deer 15 Fort Peck Community College, Poplar 15a Wolf Point 16 Little Big Horn College, Crow Agency 17 Salish Kootenai College, Pablo** 17a Anchorage, Alaska 17b Wellpinit, Washington 18 Stone Child College, Box Elder* * TCUs offering bachelor’s degrees. ** TCUs offering bachelor’s and master’s degrees. All TCUs listed offer certificate and
Our Students Study Nebraska 19 Little
20 Nebraska
20a
20b Santee 20c South
New
21 Institute
22 Navajo
22a
22b Kirtland,
22c Teec
22d Zuni,
23 Southwestern
North Dakota 24 Cankdeska
25 Nueta
New
25a Mandaree 25b Parshall 25c Twin Buttes 25d White Shield 26 Sitting Bull College, Ft. Yates** 26a McLaughlin, South Dakota 26b Mobridge, South Dakota 27 Turtle Mountain Community College, Belcourt* 28 United Tribes Technical College, Bismarck* Oklahoma 29 College of the Muscogee Nation, Okmulgee South Dakota 30 Oglala Lakota College, Kyle** 30a Allen 30b Batesland 30c Eagle Butte 30d Manderson 30e Martin 30f Oglala 30g Pine Ridge 30h Porcupine 30i Rapid City 30j Wanblee 31 Sinte Gleska, Antelope** 31a Lower Brule 31b Marty 32 Sisseton Wahpeton College, Sisseton Washington 33 Northwest Indian College, Bellingham* 33a Auburn 33b Kingston 33c La Conner 33d Olympia 33e Tulalip 33f Lapwai, Idaho Wisconsin 34 College of Menominee Nation, Keshena* 34a Green Bay 35 Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe College, Hawyward** 35a Hertel 35b Lac du Flambeau 35c Odanah 35d Washburn
associate degrees. Where
Priest Tribal College, Winnebago
Indian Community College, Macy
Pawnee, Oklahoma
Sioux City
Mexico
of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe**
Technical University, Crownpoint**
Chinle, Arizona
New Mexico
Nos Pos, Arizona
Arizona
Indian Polytechnic Institute, Albuquerque
Cikana Community College, Ft. Totten
Hidatsa Sahnish College,
Town*
TCU
Our scholars attended TCUs and mainstream colleges and universities in these states. 8333 Greenwood Boulevard Denver, Colorado 80221 www.collegefund.org
In 2021-22, scholarship recipients attended tribal colleges and universities on 35 main campuses and 52 satellite campuses. TCUs
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