AIHEC Programs

AIHEC, established and governed by the nation’s Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs), provides support and advocacy services to its membership—particularly in partnership with federal agencies and national organizations and programs—to provide the programmatic needs of TCUs.

AIHEC American Indian Measures for Success (AIMS) »

The AIHEC AIMS project was initiated in 2004 by the American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC). The major goal of the AIHEC AIMS project is to define relevant quantitative and qualitative indicator data for American Indian success as determined by the Tribal Colleges, and to develop and implement a strategy for collecting, analyzing, and presenting annually the success indicators.

AIHEC Portals
AIHEC has implemented several project related collaboration sites using the Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server system. These sites provide a secure respository for the storage, development and distribution of project related documents, contacts, Internet links, calendars, databases and other related materials. Access to some of these sites is provided for authenticated users only.

AIHEC Indigenous Evaluation Resource Center Portal »

AIHEC Indigenous Evaluation Framework
The AIHEC Indigenous Evaluation Framework is committed to maintain, restore, and preserve American Indians' and Alaskan Natives' values, wisdom and traditional pedagogies and knowledge through curricula and programs designed to make learning more meaningful to tribal situations and cultures among Tribal College and K–12 educators.

AIHEC Land Center Portal »

AIHEC Land Center Portal
The AIHEC Land Center is a resource center for sharing information and creating partnerships that help Tribal Colleges and Universities support American Indian farmers, ranchers, forest landowners, and fishers.

AIHEC STEM Resources Portal »

AIHEC Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM)
The AIHEC STEM Resources Portal is a collaboration space for TCU STEM. It's intended to be a comprehensive resource for Tribal College and University faculty and staff to support TCU science, technology, engineering, and math programs.

FALCON Portal »

First Americans Land-grant College Organization and Network (FALCON)
FALCON is a non-profit, professional association, sanctioned by motion of the AIHEC Board of Directors, that represents administrators, faculty and staff at 1994 Land-Grant Institutions (Tribal Colleges and Universities). The FALCON portal shares information, fosters partnerships, promotes professional development and serves as a resource center for its members.

2013 FALCON 9th Annual Conference Pack is available on the FALCON portal in the Resources section. View Documents »

Student Success Collaborative Portal »

Walmart Foundation, AIHEC, HACU, and NAFEO Student Success Collaborative
AIHEC, in collaboration with HACU (Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities), and NAFEO (National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education) which serves the Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Predominantly Black Institutions has received support from the Walmart Foundation for the Walmart AIHEC HACU NAFEO Student Success Collaborative. The purpose of this $3 million project is to increase college success rates at these Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs). Combined, these three partner organizations educate a large segment of African American, American Indian, and Hispanic students, who are disproportionately low-income, first generation, and historically underserved.

AIHEC Virtual Library »

Tribal Colleges and Universities Library Association Project
AIHEC Virtual Library is a collection of resources about Native Americans.