Historically, Anishnaabeg were a “performance based” people. The Leaders and Elders would reward a person for the good and positive contributions made to and for their families, community and tribe. Our people continue to practice this tradition which results in a healthy community; a place where people can meet their economic, social, physical, cultural and spiritual needs, work together for the common good and participate in creating their future. The Fond du Lac Scholarship Program’s mission is to follow this path by “rewarding” or providing scholarship assistance to eligible band members who seek to complete college degrees, technical school certificates or private career school diplomas.
Contact the Scholarship Office:
1720 Big Lake Road.
Cloquet, MN 55720
Phone: 1-800-365-1613 or 218-878-2681
Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College
Hot Summer Nights Concert Series - Come enjoy free music on our spectacular campus.
Summer Admissions Contact - tours, questions, and anything college related. I'm on campus much of the summer and happy to connect with you and your students.
Josh Cleveland, Admissions Officer
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College
2101 14th Street,
Cloquet, MN 55720
Robert Wood Foundation Interdisciplinary Research Program
The Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa has a VISTA position open for the Robert Wood Foundation Interdisciplinary Research Program through the American Indian Higher Education Consortium Tribal VISTA Program. For more information please see associated files below, and click here to apply.
Earn an Associate of Arts Degree while participating in a learning community at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College.
The best advantages:
- Stable schedule for long-term planning
- Pre-selected course enrollment
- Embedded study groups and tutoring
- Integrated, seamless instruction
- Build friendships and professional bonds
- Increased sense of community
Weekend College Learning Community - every-other weekend, meeting Friday evening and all day Saturday for two years Degree Me Learning Community - meeting Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. for two years
The Collaborative Urban and Greater Minnesota Educators of Color (CUE) Scholarship Program is a public/private partnership between the University of St. Thomas and the state of Minnesota dedicated to increasing teacher diversity in Minnesota. Please note that the scholarship is offered first come, first serve for qualified candidates of color until funds are exhausted. We will have scholarships available starting spring semester 2018 (February).
Scholarship Office Staff
Rachelle A. West
Scholarship Program Assistant