Based in Durango, Tribal College Journal connects Native American students around the country

Tuesday, September 06, 2022
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Publication, founded in 1989, covers 37 schools. In 1968, the first tribal college was founded in Tsaile, Arizona, originally known as Navajo Community College, and then later Diné College. The creation of this college was significant for the Diné Nation, and for all American Indians interested in higher education. Since then, 36 other tribal colleges have been established around the United States with notable success rates for their students, according to the American Indian Higher Education Consortium.

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