|Wisdom Sharing: Student Success Strategies at Tribal Colleges|
The American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) in collaboration with two national Minority Serving Organizations has developed a unique mentor/mentee model to foster student success. This initiative has resulted in the identification of strategies that are proving to promote the success of American Indian and other students attending these colleges. A mentor college (the Institute of American Indian Arts) and a mentee college (Sitting Bull College) describe the mentor/mentee relationship developed through this project.
|What does F.P.C.C. offer?|
Ms. Haven Goureau, Vice President of Student Services, gives an overview of the services provided at Fort Peck Community College in Northeast Montana.
Mr. Dan Walls of Ilisagvik College in Barrow Alaska give an overview of this campus and the community it serves.
|Summary Campus Overview|
Dr. Fidel Trujillo, Dean of Students, Mrs. Thomisina Ortiz-Gallegos, Director of the Office of Academic Support, and Ms. Roland Salas, Director of Student Support Services provide a brief overview of New Mexico Highlands University.
|Instutionalizating Faculty Learning Communities|
Dr. Bernice Duffy Johnson, Associate Provost, and Dr. Abdul K. Mohammend, Dean of the College of Science and Technology give a campus profile and its efforts to develop and institutionalize faculty learning communities to enhance student success.
Dr. David Beckley, President and Dr. Paul Lampley, Vice President for Academic Affairs provide a profile of Rust College and its efforts to enhance student success.
Damon Bell, Vice President of Student Services, gives an overview of San Bernardino Valley College and the communities that it serves.
Dr. Koreen Ressler, Vice President of Academics, presents an overview of Sitting Bull College on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation and the communities it serves.
Dr. Donna Grant gives an overview of Southern University at New Orleans (SUNO) and the students served.
Dr. Kadene Drummer, Director of Retention and Instructor, provides an overview of Stone Child College which is located in north central Montana on the Rocky Boy Indian Reservation.
|Profile and Challenges to Student Success|
Ms. Gloria Lopez and Ms. Sonia Diaz Latorre of the Biblioteca Madre María Teresa Guevara gives an overview of the Universidad del Sagrado Corazon in Puerto Rico and the challenges faced in efforts to enhance student success.